Boston Aquarial Gardens facts for kids
The Boston Aquarial Gardens (1859-1860) was a public aquarium in Boston, Massachusetts, established by James Ambrose Cutting and Henry D Butler. The "conservatories [were] filled with rare marine animals imported and collected exclusively for this establishment; ... a perfect and striking illustration of life beneath the waters." The business was located on Bromfield Street in the Financial District.
In 1860 it moved to a new facility nearby, on Central Court, off Washington Street, and re-opened as the Boston Aquarial and Zoological Gardens.
- "Mrs. Partington Visits the Fishes". New Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette; Date: 08-17-1859
- Catalogue of fishes, mollusca, zoophytes, &c., &c., at Aquarial Gardens, no.21 Bromfield Street, Boston; Cutting & Butler, proprietors. In: Willem Theodorus Gevers Deynoot. Aanteekeningen op eene reis door de Vereenigde Staten van Noord Amerika en Canada, in 1859. The Hague: M. Nijhoff, 1860. Google books
- Aquarial Gardens. Barre Gazette (Barre, Massachusetts); Date: 07-20-1860
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