Proof of Vaccination Required for National Aquarium Guests Ages 12 and Older!

But don’t worry about parking, we have you covered.

Beginning January 25, guests ages 12 and older are required to show proof of complete vaccination against COVID-19 before entering the Aquarium.

But don’t worry, Harbor Park Garage has you covered (pardon the pun). If you purchased advanced parking and can no longer attend the Aquarium, we are happy to provide a refund on your parking.

If you show up at the Aquarium and cannot get in, yes, forgetting paperwork happens to the best of us, we will refund your parking so long as you return within 1 hour to the garage and remove your car.

And if you show up and the rest of your group can get in, but you are the unlucky person locked out, we will be happy to point you to one of the many great outdoor bars and restaurants surrounding Harbor Park Garage. Make sure your friends send you lots of fishy pictures while you cool your wheels and drown your sorrows.

Look, we get it. Times are tough, and we want to do our best to ease the pain. So don’t be afraid to ask. We may not always have the perfect solution, but we are always willing to try and help. We don’t want you to pay for parking that you cannot use. If you have any questions, just give us a call ‭at (410) 234-3631‬ or stop by the parking office by the vehicle entrance on the second floor

 

Here is what you need to know about the National Aquarium’s Covid-19 Policies :

Any vaccine that has been approved by the World Health Organization will be accepted under this policy, including Moderna, Pfizer and Johnson and Johnson. Full vaccination means guests have received a full dosage of an approved vaccine at least 14 days prior to the date of scheduled visitation to the Aquarium.

The Aquarium will accept the original, a copy or a digital photo of the CDC vaccination card or similar document from another state, local, or foreign government. Additionally, one of the following forms of digital vaccine card will be accepted:

  • Clear App – A free app that provides users with a digital vaccine card including verification using a government-issued ID
  • MyIR Mobile – Maryland residents can view and print their official vaccination records through this free state portal. This app also supports residents of the following areas and allows you to print a copy of your vaccination card or transfer the data to your mobile wallet as a QR Code: Arizona, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Dakota, Washington, West Virginia and Puerto Rico
  • Excelsior Pass – Similar to MyIR for NY residents
  • Mobile Phone Wallet – A variety of apps including the options listed above allow for storage of vaccine records in phone wallets

Guests ages 18 and older will also be asked to provide a photo ID alongside their vaccine record.

For more information go to the National Aquarium website.

To learn about our special rates for National Aquarium Parking click here and SAVE MONEY!

 

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