IMPORTANT TICKET INFORMATION: We are aware of a social media scam claiming to offer deeply discounted ticket prices to the New England Aquarium. Tickets may be purchased through this website or through a verified partner like CityPASS.
We strongly encourage all guests to purchase tickets before visiting to guarantee entry, as we sell out on weekends and during school vacation weeks.
The Shark and Ray Trust Family Touch Tank is under repair and currently closed. We apologize for any inconvenience.
MS, Marine Biology, Northeastern University, 2012
BA, Biology and English, Wellesley College, 2007
Emily Jones is a scientific program officer in the Fisheries Science and Emerging Technologies Program. Emily began working at the New England Aquarium in 2011 as a research intern while completing her master’s degree in marine biology at Northeastern University. Her work largely focuses on answering fisheries-related questions in order to aid the sustainable management of species of conservation and/or management importance. Emily also serves as the coordinator for the New England Aquarium’s Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.
Monitoring a Species
Through long-time collaborations, our Anderson Cabot Center for Ocean Life scientists study right whales in the Gulf of St. Lawrence.
New Study Finds Vessel Speed Restrictions Essential to Protecting Large Whales
Research recently published in the journal Biological Conservation reinforces the importance of speed limits for vessels.