New York Aquarium. Office of the Director.

New York Aquarium, the first permanent public aquarium in U.S., opened in 1896 at Castle Clinton in Battery Park, Manhattan.

Originally owned and operated by City of New York, control and operation was legally transferred to the Zoological Society in 1902. It suspended operation in 1941 and reopened in Coney Island in 1957.


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