Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta
About Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta
Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, United States
Ticket Price: 36 USD
Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
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Once it was the world’s largest aquarium, and it’s no lightweight today – with 100,000 animals, representing 500 species, in 10 million US gallons of fresh and marine water. The star attractions of the aquarium are four young Whale, Sharks, four Beluga Whales, eleven bottlenose Dolphins and four Manta rays.
The six exhibits are themed distinctly; the Georgia Explorer caters to children; the River Scout to fish in North American rivers; the Dolphin Tales has some brilliant shows; the Cold Water Quest is a marine mammal exhibit; the Ocean Voyager houses the whale sharks and innumerable other fish; and the Tropical Diver features Indo-Pacific fish including sea horses, garden eels, jellyfish, clownfish, shrimp, lobsters, and turkeyfish.
You won’t run out of praises to heap on this incredible place. It’s one of Atalanta’s most visited and most beloved landmarks. Do not miss the dolphin show. Georgia Aquarium is one of the attractions in 1 Day Itinerary Atlanta. Must visit this awesome attraction.
The Georgia Aquarium was famous worldwide for being one of the biggest aquarium, home to a number of aquatic animals. It is highly popular till date and thus expect a huge rush when you go to buy tickets for Georgia Aquarium at the counter. Georgia Aquarium ticket prices and various Georgia Aquarium tickets for tours can be bought together to get great discounts and offers. Don’t get into the hassle of getting into lines, get your tickets for Georgia Aquarium online and enjoy all you can!
Georgia Aquarium Information
- November 16 to January 4, there is Festival of the season, this includes light show, live holiday musical performances, and appearances by santa and scuba claus.
- Reservations should be made at least 30 days prior to the visit date.
- The last ticket sold and entry is prior 30 minutes to closing time.
Georgia Aquarium Ticket Prices
- Adult $35.95; Child $29.95; Senior $31.95.
How To reach Georgia Aquarium by Public Transport
- Luckie Station
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Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta Reviews - Write a Review
No doubt about being world's best aquarium. Amazing experience and especially dolphin show. Though dolphin show quality dropped drastically recently with change of story and presenter. Had been there multiple times and love coming back here. Over 10k gallons of water used to provide best possible care to multiple varieties of aquatic animals. Beluga also a must watch.
This place was awesome. I went there with my son. I would recommend to have the staff at the check point and at the window cashiers to be re-trained. The attitude was very poor for a beautiful attraction. I have never been to Atlanta, so when I brought my electronic city pass, I had to go to the cashier. I thought I could scan the bar code at the check point. The lady there just started shouting.. go there, go there, go there. She was pointing at the far windows. I was about to shout back, but my son was with me. This was his summer trip from MN. I didn't know what she wanted me to go there for, so calmly I asked what's there? I went to the window, to have this young lady start shout at me, too. I need your ID, and that? I said what is it you need. THAT, THAT! I said, I don't know what you want.. it was my phone for the bar code. Look at my son, and I can see he was not happy. Seeing his dad insulted like that. I looked at him, and sarcastically said, "wow! People here are very nice, son!". This experience was last August, and I'm still upset about this. If I had to do it again, I would have gone to another city, even though I enjoyed other attractions in the city.
This place is AWESOME!! The underwater glass tunnel is amazing. Take your time when walking through, there's such a huge amount of variety of ocean species, it takes time to fully take it all in. The Whale Sharks and Manta Rays are breathtaking. The football field size viewing window makes you realize just how small we really are compared to ocean dwellers. Not to mention spectacular. Go, take your friends and the family. This place is wonderful
This place is pretty awesome. My 2 year old had a blast running around the place. The ocean exhibit is amazing. Every staff member I encountered was really nice and friendly! And they have a nursing room which was super useful to feed my 7 week old.
This was by far one of the best aquariums I have seen!! My family and I absolutely loved it! Very educational.. Staff was very friendly and knew a lot about the sea animals! Can't wait to go back. The only downfall was there were a lot of school children there on a field trip. It was kind of hard to enjoy everything. Overall, I would definitely recommend this place to others!!
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