Mystic Aquarium will be reopening its doors to the public later this week with limited capacity as part of phase one of Governor Ned Lamont’s plan to reopen Connecticut.
A staffer at Mystic Aquarium said prior to the performance that music is enriching for the whales, especially since they haven’t been able to interact with visitors.
It’s a $15 billion industry that employs more than 100,000 people across the state, and now Connecticut tourism has taken a major hit due to the coronavirus crisis. But some attractions are adapting so visitors can enjoy them virtually.
Crews continue to make repairs and do maintenance work during Mystic Seaport’s seven week shut down.
During this time of social-distancing, it seems like drive-in movies are making a comeback. There’s a handful of drive-ins across the state, and some are getting ready for what may be a busy season.
UConn’s mascot, Jonathan the Husky, visits animals at Mystic Aquarium while the public is stuck at home amid coronavirus outbreak
Mystic Aquarium may be closed to the public during the coronavirus outbreak, but there is still a lot of activity going on inside. Animals and staff at the aquarium got a special visitor Wednesday in UConn’s Jonathan the Husky.
Mystic Aquarium needs helping to name the chick that was welcomed into the African penguin colony in February.
The Mystic Aquarium recently welcomed a new member to the family: an African penguin chick.
Many events around the state have been canceled or postponed because of the coronavirus.
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