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Discover the Ocean your way with Galway Atlantaquaria

Galway Atlantaquaria, Ireland’s largest native species aquarium, is an incredible way to take in all the marine life of Ireland's rivers, lakes, and the...

Galway Atlantaquaria appeals rejection of penguin habitat plans

Galway Atlantaquaria is trying to keep plans for a penguinarium afloat, appealing the decision to reject planning permission for the project. The city council refused...

Mindfulness and a community clean up at the beach with Galway Atlantaquaria

Galway Atlantaquaria is starting a new programme of events down in Salthill about our connection to the ocean, and how looking after it goes...

Galway Atlantaquaria joins European Association of Zoos and Aquaria ahead of Brexit

Galway Atlantaquaria has been awarded full membership of the European Association of Zoos and Aquaria to ensure the best standards of animal conservation. This will...

Friday – 30 Hour Dive-a-thon at Galway Atlantaquaria

30-Hour Diving Fundraiser at the Galway Atlantaquaria, Salthill Starts: Friday, Feb 16 @ 9am Ends: Saturday, Feb 17 @ 3pm A family-friendly fundraiser for the RNLI Galway...

Cubbie Sensory Hub donated to Paediatric Unit at UHG

The Paediatric Unit at University Hospital Galway has received a donation of a Cubbie Sensory Hub from Galway Sick Kids Foundation with the support...

City Council seeks interest in Salthill promenade site

Galway City Council is once again seeking Expressions of Interest to develop the site of the former Tourist Information Office in Salthill. The 0.13ha site...

Rare Loggerhead Turtle found stranded in Connemara dies

An endangered Loggerhead Turtle who washed up comatose on the shores of Connemara has tragically died despite the best efforts of Galway Atlantaquaria and...

Love your Beach week – cleaning Galway’s coasts

With an outdoor summer to enjoy to its fullest this year, it is more important than ever that Galway's beaches are kept clean for...

St. Nicholas’ Parochial School to get giant mural this summer

A giant mural will be painted on St. Nicholas' Parochial School in Galway city as part of a series of workshops on marine life...

Bring the ocean home – Galway Aquarium goes virtual

Galway Atlantaquaria Ireland’s largest aquarium is proud to present our Aquarium and native species online, for the first time in our 20 year history!  These...

Galway Science Festival’s annual family day takes place this Sunday

Galway Science and Technology Festival will present its 2020 annual Family Day Exhibition as a virtual nationwide event this year. It will be broadcast from...

Expressions of Interest sought for Salthill Tourist Office site

Galway City Council is seeking Expressions of Interest for the site of the former Tourist Information Office in Salthill to provide new economic, tourism,...

Galway Aquarium leading effort to foster an ‘Ocean Literate’ generation

Galway Atlantaquaria, Ireland's national aquarium, is leading a nationwide effort to teach the next generation about the importance of the ocean, and its influence...

Second attempt at aquarium penguin habitat shot down

A second attempt to seek approval for a penguin habitat at Galway Atlantaquaria has failed. An Bord Pleanála has rejected an appeal by the aquarium...

Historic landmarks lighting up blue for World Oceans Day

Dozens of landmarks in Galway and around Ireland will be lighting up Atlantic Blue this weekend to mark World Oceans Day. World Oceans Day on...

Galway’s beaches retain prestigious Blue Flag awards

The cleanest beaches in Galway have been named by the internationally recognised Blue Flag and Green Coast environmental awards. Beaches in Ireland which retained, were...

Using games and shark footage to get kids into engineering

The Marine Institute, Galway Atlantaquaria and the City Museum recently tried a new tack at getting young people interested in engineering at their 'Pasta...

Schoolkids are turning plastic waste into art with Flotsam

Schoolkids in Galway are highlighting the issues of plastic waste polluting our coasts and oceans, and making some fine art while their at it...

Clean Coasts head inland for community clean up at Terryland Forest Park

Clean Coasts is hosting its first ever forest clean up at Terryland Forest Park in Galway city this weekend. Rubbish in our parks and forests...

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