From the lowest level of the Fluvarium look back up into the deep pool standing alongside the building and watch as the brown trout swim by. You will also find a number of aquariums containing species of typical freshwater fish and amphibians from around Newfoundland and Labrador.




Delve into the world of water and examine the plants and animals that depend on it through our interactive second level exhibits on river ecology, including the fascinating marine life in stream riffles and shallow pools, and games for kids to enjoy.

Learn why all living things are dependent on water to survive and thrive. Visit our water monitoring exhibits to learn what we can do to keep our water safe and clean. Explore tiny water molecules in a big way and learn about how water has shaped our past, present and future.




Play in the Busy Beaver river water table. Build dams and bridges with legos, learn how structures effect the flow of water streams.




Get up close and personal with the little things that are an integral part of our aquatic environment. Discover the creatures of all sizes that live in and interact with our native wetlands. Explore the watersheds in City of St. John’s. View of Nagle’s Hill Brook which showcases a fish ladder that allows fish to move freely in and out of the stream flowing past The Fluvarium.