Missouri is a land-locked state. The nearest ocean, the Pacific, is about 1,400 miles away from Kansas City. As you can imagine it's a far drive to view oceanic sea life. A drive the Kansas City movers have made many times to the West Coast.
Viewing oceanic sea life became easier for residents of Kansas City on April 6 when the SEA LIFE aquarium opened at Kansas City's Crown Center. With 30 display tanks in 12 different habitat zones, there is an aquatic creature that will interest everyone. Upon entering the aquarium, visitors are greeted by familiar aquatic life from the Missouri River. Venturing farther into the museum you will find yourself surrounded by tropical sea life, like stingrays and sharks. Admission is $19 for adults and $15 for children under 12.
Eager visitors waited for "Sharkey," a SEA LIFE shark, to cut the ribbon, marking the opening of the aquarium. Over 5,000 sea creatures call the Kansas City's Crown Center aquarium home. On April 29, LEGOLAND will open next door to SEA LIFE as another place to have a family friendly outing at Kansas City's Crown Center. Even though Kings Moving & Storage doesn't transport aquatic life from the coasts to the Midwest, the movers at Kansas City moving services can move your family to either coast in the U.S. Long distance moving is simple with the Kansas City moving company, Kings Moving & Storage.