Bangalore Aquarium, additionally known as Government Aquarium, is the second biggest aquarium in India. It is located at the doorway of Cubbon Park in Bangalore, India, and was hooked up in 1983. It has a ramification of exotic cultivable in addition to ornamental fish on display. It could be very near to vishweshwarayya museum. The aquarium is administered by using the Karnataka State Government Department of Fisheries. The Aquarium is an octagonal constructing with three flooring. The ground carries workplace and laboratory space.
The first ground has 14 massive tanks, and the second floor has rows of 69 tanks. The Aquarium is open to site visitors from 10 am to 5.30 pm on all days except 2nd Tuesdays. Fish that may be seen on the aquarium consist of eels, angelfish, glowlight tetra, hockey stick tetra, pink-tail shark, catla, Indian tiger barb, mahseer, freshwater prawns, blue gourami, pearl gourami, gold fish, moon tail, and more. Bangalore Aquarium is administered through the State Government.