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Shedd Aquarium

Shedd Aquarium
Shedd Aquarium


National Historic Landmark

Statement of Significance (as of designation - February 27, 1987):
Opened to the public in 1930, this was the first inland aquarium in the country to maintain a permanent collection of both fresh-water and salt-water fishes and other aquatic life. Made possible by the donations of John G. Shedd (1850-1926), it is one of the prime remaining structures from the second Chicago exposition, "A Century of Progress" (1934).


1200 S Lake Shore Dr, Chicago


GPS Coordinates

1 -- Shedd Aquarium
Decimal Lat: 41.8675479 / Lon: -87.6150045



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