But in a good way! Spend the day here and never see the same thing twice. Fun AND educational. Bring the kids!
Friday, the day after Thanksgiving 50 members from our family reunion visited the Aquarium for an 11:AM Dolphin Tales. The show is a moving tribute to the connection between humans and dolphins. It was outstanding and the dolphins were great entertainers. After the show we all went to a 3D film and unique special effects to experience the underwater world... More
Plenty of fish, sharks, beluga whales, dolphins, and sea creatures throughout the aquarium. The walkway under the main aquarium, which is a huge open space to view, is great. We enjoyed the dolphin show, and it is definitely worth the time. There is also an open "pool" where you can observe and possibly touch the stingrays that the kids and... More
I've been to the aquarium once before about 3 years ago, and even though a few of the exhibits were shut down, we still had an awesome time. This time was even better, though, because everything was open, and there a few new things! Even spotted Jeff Corwin walking around. Lots of hands on and friendly employees. Great exhibits, and... More
This was our 2nd visit to the Georgia Aquarium after about 4 yrs. This time was more fun because of the Dolphin Tales show. It was spectacular! Despite the Holiday crowd, it was an enjoyable 3 hours. The only downside was the price of food in the café. However, one thing you will want to purchase is the souvenir photo... More
A conference I was attending in Atlanta held an opening reception at the aquarium and boy was it an impressive setting. There are so many excellent marine exhibits from otters to sharks to the "petting pool" it is certainly well worth a visit. I have no idea how much it cost, but I would certainly be willing to pay to... More
There is the usual petting of the slimy soft animals in the short pool of water, but we especially liked poking our heads up in the penguins holes (not as dirty as it sounds) and pretending to drown in that bubble. The huge tank near the end gives you the chance to do some cool photos. It's a little expensive... More
This place was amazing, and offering many activities, free and paid. DEFINES THE WORD "AWESOME"! I visited in 2011, not 2013 but didn't give option,but they were adding new exhibits as well, so Im sure it is still amazing!
I recently visited the aquarium, and it was a good day to go as the weekend was quiet so no long queues! I purchased a city pass and it meant i got to see the dolphin show free of charge which was incredible!! Definitely a reccomend if your in atlanta for a few days!
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