A National Historic Landmark, the Gary Aquatorium was rescued from demolition by the Chanute Aquatorium Society in 1991. The building honors Octave Chanute, the grandfather of flight, and the Tuskegee Airmen, the pioneers who spearheaded the integration of the armed forces.
Be a part of history by holding your event in the new Tuskegee Wing with its secret garden, or in the spacious upstairs open-air gallery. All rental proceeds are used to maintain the facility.
The Aquatorium Society thanks all of our members, partners and friends who attended the October 16, 2015 Fundraiser. The event was a success because of your support. It was well attended. The Society has more exciting events coming up in the near future. Keep coming back to our FB page for updates. Your support helps us keep your bathhouse well maintained. We are dedicated to making the Gary Aquatorium an exciting destination place!