Pune’s first aquarium at Jangli Maharaj road since 1953, a paradise for fish lovers 

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Pune: City of Pune is also renowned for its unique museums. Pune’s first aquarium located near Chhatrapati Sambhaji Maharaj garden at Jangli Maharaj road is one such place which attracts a lot of people of all age groups. It has been a popular destination for tourists and locals alike. The aquarium is home to over 25 species of fishes. The tanks are cleaned every two to three days, ensuring the health and well-being of the fish.

Recently, a new compartment was built, which is fully automatic and contains 5-6 species of fish. The response to this new addition has been positive, and the aquarium administration plans to make the old compartment automatic as well. The upgrade is expected to be completed in the coming days.

The aquarium charges a nominal fee of ₹10 for kids and ₹20 for adults, and remains closed on Wednesdays. It is a popular destination during summer vacations, weekends, Diwali vacation, and the flower festival in February.

Pune’s first aquarium was established in 1953, and over the years, it has become a beloved spot for those interested in marine life. The aquarium is home to various species of fish, and visitors can learn about their habitat, behavior, and feeding habits.

Mrunal Jadhav