Inbursa Aquarium

Local nameAcuario Inbursa
LocationMiguel Hidalgo, Mexico City

The Acuario Inbursa is an aquarium in the Nuevo Polanco area of Miguel Hidalgo district, Mexico City.

It is the largest in Mexico with 3500 square meters of exhibition space and 1.6 million liters of ocean water. The project of billionaire Carlos Slim, it cost 250 million Mexican pesos, or 19 million US dollars, to build. It opened in June 2014 with 3000 animals of 230 different species, with plans by the end of the year to have 10,000 animals of over 300 species.

The building has 5 stories of which 4 are underground. Some Mexican press articles claim the aquarium as the largest in Latin America, however the Dominican Republic's National Aquarium is much larger at 34,500m².

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Acuario_Inbursa

Official website http://www.acuarioinbursa.com.mx/

Twitter https://twitter.com/AcuarioInbursa

Facebook https://www.facebook.com/acuarioinbursa

Phone +1 53 95 45 86

Address Miguel de cervantes Saavedra #386 Col. Ampliación Granada Del. Miguel Hidalgo C.P. 11500, 11500 Mexico City, Mexico

Coordinates 19°26'23.648" N -99°12'18.338" E

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