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The Tennessee Aquarium is now hosting its “Global Passport” for visitors to see the marvelous creatures of all seven continents and is offering a “Family 4-Pack” of tickets to two lucky readers of the Madison Record. Photo Contributed

Win “Family 4-Pack” Of Tickets To Tennessee Aquarium – Visit With A Global Passport

CHATTANOOGA, TENN.- The opportunity to travel distant lands is becoming more reality than a spring break pipe dream and with the help of the Tennessee Aquarium, everyone can explore the world in one amazing place. Armed with a “passport” that can printed from home, guests can embark on their adventure while honing in on animals from a new featured continent every month at the Tennessee Aquarium located in downtown Chattanooga, Tenn.

Earlier this month the Aquarium kicked off its “Global Passport.” The yearlong celebration ensures each of the seven continents’ animals are given a chance to shine in the spotlight and viewed without ever leaving the facility located on the riverfront of the Tennessee River. Whether through in-person visits, fun behind-the-scenes videos or live streams online, the Global Passport program will help Aquarium fans learn more about their favorite species and gain a deeper appreciation for the important role they play in ecosystems all over the planet.

In conjunction with the Tennessee Aquarium, the Madison Record is giving two lucky families their own passport to the world of the Tennessee Aquarium with each winning a “Family 4-Pack” of tickets to the marvelous facility rich in tradition and non-stop in amazing sights and sounds of the creatures that make up the world we call Earth.

To win is simple: click here for the contest submission form and simply enter for a chance to win the “Family 4-Pack” of tickets worth as much as $140. Deadline to enter is April 4. The winners will be announced in the April 7 printed edition of the weekly publication. Winners will also be listed on the Madison Record website.

Every month the Global Passport program will shift to a new landmass and new species. The travel began with North America wildlife running throughout the month of March. The remainder of the schedule includes: April- South America, May- Asia, June- Africa, July- Oceania, August- Europe, September- Antarctica.

Look for creatures representing all seven continents, then visit the gift shop for a new continent sticker to add to your global passport sheet each month. Before or after departing on your round-the-world adventure, you can gain additional insights about the animals you’ll encounter through the Aquarium’s social media channels, which will host a steady stream of behind-the-scenes videos and live-streamed keeper chats centered on each month’s featured continent.

Once the remarkable trip through the globe, visitors to the Aquarium can cross the street to take in a pair of exciting giant-screen films at the IMAX 3D Theater. The theater’s colossal six-story screen, the largest in Chattanooga, becomes a gateway to some of the most exotic destinations on earth, including a few that closer to home than you might think.

The two films highlighted at the IMAX 3D Theatre are “Into America’s Wild 3D,” a film narrated by Academy Award winner Morgan Freeman, and “Turtle Odyssey 3D,” a motion picture narrated by another Academy Award winner Russel Crowe.

Complete details on the Tennessee Aquarium including hours of operation, tickets and the latest COVID-19 regulations are available on its website: tnaqua.org.

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