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Georgia Aquarium

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225 Baker St, Atlanta, GA 30313-1809
+1 404-581-4000
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US$43.51*
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Georgia Aquarium General Admission
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US$70.00*
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Small Group Half Day Trip to Georgia Aquarium
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US$58.99*
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Georgia Aquarium is the world's most magical aquarium. Situated near Centennial Olympic Park and World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta,Georgia, Georgia Aquarium offers its guests an experience like no other. Across six separate galleries, with more than 70 amazing habitats, 10 million gallons of water and thousands of species of marine animals, guests will marvel at, learn about and come to better understand such majestic aquatic animals as whale sharks, manta rays, dolphins, beluga whales, sea otters, African penguins and thousands of species of exotic fish and other animals. The spectacular AT&T Dolphin Tales show combines incredible natural animal behaviors with dynamic theatrics, a Broadway-inspired musical score and a compelling story, which together underscore the connection between humans and the animal world. The animated "Deepo's Undersea 3D Wondershow," for all ages, tells an entertaining but important story about conserving and protecting animals and their natural environment. Cafe Aquaria offers delicious sandwiches, salads, pizza, pasta and delectable desserts. Two gift shops give visitors the chance to take home a treasured collectible. Special animal encounter programs offer the chance to go behind the scenes and come face-to-face with dolphins, sea otters and penguins. Guests can even swim or dive with whale sharks and manta rays in the world's largest aquarium habitat (at 6.3 Million gallons), Ocean Voyager built by the Home Depot. And an onsite parking deck immediately adjacent to the aquarium means quick, easy-to-find and affordable parking.
  • Excellent65%
  • Very good24%
  • Average8%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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“dolphin show” (4,564 reviews)
“whale sharks” (2,631 reviews)
“sea life” (490 reviews)
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
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225 Baker St, Atlanta, GA 30313-1809
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

One of the best aquariums I’ve ever been too! Very easy to navigate through and to see all of the exhibits. Great dolphin show both informative and fun to watch! A wonderful place to visit with families or couples! Great early bird price if you...More

Thank Barbara R
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We visited quite some aquariums and are scuba divers ourselves. This aquarium beats all the others and comes close to diving yourself!

Thank EJCornelisse
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I love to go to aquariums and this one did not disappoint - wonderful exhibits and reasonably priced. No rushing through and plenty to see!

Thank DOC_SGM
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I would certainly recommend this aquarium to everyone of any age! The best part is the dolphin show! We have been to seaworld a million times, and the dolphin show is above superior!!

Thank Denelle M
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

On the web site they say they are accredited partner is #association of the zoos and aquariums [aza ]. The AZA stares "one of the benefits of becoming a member is free or discount entrance. Well we did not get any discount. We did enjoy...More

Thank Nancy G
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Interesting displays of marine life with interactive pods, and guide signs. Several stunning viewing tanks, and overhead viewing tunnel give great perspectives & photo opportunities. Some small displays of modest specimens. Large capacity Dolphin show with trainers, was cute. Dolphins are really smart & beautiful....More

Thank arockefellerview
Reviewed 2 days ago

We walked from the Glenn Hotel, very easy to get to. The aquarium is easy to navigate, open spaces with food, large restrooms and plenty of well trained volunteers. We spent most of our time in the ocean viewing room watching the whale sharks, sea...More

Thank Tmag10
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Went with my adult daughter and would go again. I was amazed to see whale sharks and albino alligators... don’t think I’ve seen those at any other aquarium. The otters were also a delight, and there are countless tanks full of gorgeous fish and sea...More

Thank ML0101
Reviewed 2 days ago

I have been to the Shedd Aquarium (Chicago) and Tennessee Aquarium (Chattanooga) and had heard the Georgia Aquarium was the #1 in the country, so I went in with VERY high expectations. I was not impressed. I would have probably had a better time if...More

Thank hikerkidz
Reviewed 3 days ago

The large aquarium and all of the displays of fish, as well as the dolphin show. The ability to get re-entry stamps was great for the five and three-year-old - naps helped them go back into the Aquarium & discover more new things. Thanks

Thank B M
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14 October 2017|
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Response from Miguel L | Reviewed this property |
approx like 30 min
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Angel05
29 September 2017|
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Response from Jamie C | Reviewed this property |
I just read some people saying you don't actually swim with them. I did it on Monday. You absolutely can swim with them or, if dive certified, dive in the tank. I did the dive. Your admission doesn't cover this. It is a... More
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21 August 2017|
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Response from byebye2u | Reviewed this property |
We also didn't have photos taken....recommend you contact the aquarium and ask where your photos are.
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