Acuario Inbursa, a 1.6 million-liter aquarium, is located in Mexico City, Mexico. With a size of 37,673 square feet, it is the largest aquarium in the country. Opened in 2014 by billionaire Carlos Slim, the aquarium has more than 3000 animals, which includes 230 species.
Visitors can enjoy exhibits like Penguinary, Striped Lagoon, Kelps Forest, Black Handle, Coral Reef, Sunken Ship, Calipso Beach, Jellyfish Labyrinth or Sea Bottom. Learn about Blue carbon, the Great Barrier Reef, species in the Amazon jungle, seaweed, algae, Manta rays, seahorses, artemia, sharks and more.
Experience the commitment to conserve, protect and save aquatic life.Places nearby:
Parque Lincoln: Abundance of Old Structures 1 km / 0 mi
Chapultepec Park and Zoo: The Largest Public Park In Mexico City 2 km / 1 mi
La Feria Chapultepec: Home of the First 3 Vertical Loop Roller Coaster 2 km / 1 mi
Tamayo Museum, Mexico City: Redefining the role of a modern museum 2 km / 1 mi
Museo Tamayo: Mexico City's Contemporary Art Museum 2 km / 1 mi