Wonders of Wildlife asking fans to cast their vote for USA TODAY’s “Best Aquarium”

Springfield, Mo. – On the heels of being voted America’s Best New Attraction, Wonders of Wildlife has been nominated in USA TODAY’s 10Best contest for Best Aquarium. Fans of Wonders of Wildlife can vote for the world-class museum and aquarium once per day by visiting WondersofWildlife.org/vote until voting ends at 11:00 a.m. CST on April 30.

Wonders of Wildlife, the largest and most immersive fish and wildlife attraction in the world, was selected as a Best Aquarium contestant by a panel of nationally respected travel experts through USA TODAY’s 10Best Reader’s Choice Awards, which celebrates elite destinations and experiences.

The all-new aquarium plunges guests into a thrilling tour of the world’s underwater habitats with more than 35,000 animals. Visitors will encounter over 800 species of sharks, rays, jellies, eels, sport fish and more as they are transported to some of the wildest aquatic habitats on earth.

Despite being open only three months in 2017, Wonders of Wildlife was crowned America’s Best New Attraction of 2017 by USA TODAY, thanks to the thousands of fans who voted daily.


About Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium:

Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum and Aquarium consists of an all-new 1.5-million-gallon Aquarium Adventure showcasing 35,000 live fish, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and birds, and immersive Wildlife Galleries that bring visitors eye-to-eye with the greatest collection of record-setting game animals ever assembled. Created by noted conservationist and Bass Pro Shops founder/CEO Johnny Morris, the 350,000-square-foot experience celebrates those who hunt, fish, and act as stewards of the land and water. Located next to Bass Pro Shops National Headquarters in Springfield, Missouri the campus is a centerpiece of America’s Conservation Capital in Missouri’s Ozark Mountains. Wonders of Wildlife was voted the Number One Best New Attraction in America by the readers of USA TODAY in 2017.
For more information, visit www.wondersofwildlife.org.

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