Cleveland Aquarium looks at $250,000 renovation

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(CLEVELAND) The Cleveland Aquarium is doing more than just keeping its head above water -- the downtown attraction is looking at a quarter million dollar renovation.

"It's really going to be about a year-long process," says Aquarium General Manager Tami Brown. "Over that year, the work will happen as the galleries are open to minimize the impact on our guests."

The Aquarium will add twelve new species and will make the experience seem like you're underwater.

The 70,000 square foot, privately-owned Cleveland Aquarium opened in January 2012 at the FirstEnergy Powerhouse building on the west bank of the Flats. It's opening ended a 26-year period the city was without an aquarium.

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