Fresno Aquarium (Phase One) designed by Arthur Dyson, A.I.A.

The Fresno Aquarium is a project of the nonprofit 501(c)(3) Aquarius Aquarium Institute designed by Fresno's own award-winning architect, Arthur Dyson, A.I.A., dean emeritus of the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture.

The Institute owns ten acres of land overlooking the San Joaquin River directly adjacent to Highway 99 at the northern entrance to the City and County of Fresno. The property was generously donated to the Institute by the Roy and Betty Jura family and is being built through the generosity of people like you. It will be an oasis for education and recreation in California's San Joaquin Valley.

We are committed to funding the phases of our Aquarium debt-free entirely through donations both large and small.

The current From the Ground Up capital campaign at FresnoAquarium.org is raising funds to continue our work to build Phase One.

We invite you to join our vision.

Phase Two of Fresno Aquarium designed by Arthur Dyson, A.I.A.
Rendering by Blue Sky Digital