Georgia Aquarium

Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-4045814000
  • Ticket Price: 36 USD
  • Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Aquarium, Family And Kids
Tickets From $40.65

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!

  • 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.

  • Adult $35.95; Child $29.95; Senior $31.95.

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  • Georgia Aquarium Address: 225 Baker St NW, Atlanta, GA 30313, United States
  • Georgia Aquarium Contact Number: +1-4045814000
  • Georgia Aquarium Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Georgia Aquarium Price: 36 USD
  • Best time to visit Georgia Aquarium(preferred time): 01:00 pm - 05:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Georgia Aquarium: 04:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Atlanta include Georgia Aquarium in their plan

  • 72.32% of people start their Georgia Aquarium visit around 12 PM - 1 PM

  • People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Georgia Aquarium

Monday, Thursday and Saturday

73.1% of people prefer walking in order to reach Georgia Aquarium

People normally club together Centennial Olympic Park and Piedmont Park while planning their visit to Georgia Aquarium.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • We visited the Georgia Aquarium with a cub scout pack. We had 54 children, and 47 adults. We stayed overnight, sleeping in the Aquarium and getting a special tour behind the scenes. What an extraordinary experience for everyone. The kids and adults all seemed to really enjoy the trip. Our group was broken down into smaller groups of 12 to 15, and each small group was assigned a special tour guide. The guides, all very knowledgeable, extremely helpful and did so many extra little things to make this trip a BIG WOW. Two guides really stood our. Kris, a teacher who does the overnight tour after being a volunteer for 8 years really took the time to make sure our trip was outstanding. She even went out of her way to get a phone charger to loan me when she found out mine was broken. No phone..no pictures..she saved the day for me and my son.. Another guide, Keith went out if his way to help with so many extra things. Our only complaint. The food in the cafeteria was decent, but way over priced.

  • One of the best and must visit attractions in Atlanta. First timers to an aquarium should visit to watch a lot of never seen before sea life. They have white beluga whales which were transported from Florida. The documentary on bringing them here is a must watch. One can try scuba diving and swim with the fish. Get to touch dolphins and some more species. The dolphins part is a hit among all age groups especially children. Dolphins are just adorable. One visit can open a reservoir of knowledge and trigger the curiosity, which pulls you here again and again. They also have an in-depth volunteer program, which is great for anyone specially students. There is so much to learn from the volunteer program. The rewards of volunteering are amazing, besides ability to spend endless time with the creatures while working, one becomes eligible to bring guests for free. :) Look it up!

  • The aquarium was amazing. I used the Military Appreciation ticket and it was very quick and painless. Mondays are a really good day to go because it was not crowded at all. Very easy to find seats for the shows and no wait to see any animal displays. If you go, make sure not to skip the Sea Lion presentation! It was my personal favorite, despite me not expecting very much. The shows are very educational and sometimes funny.

  • You definitely can't go wrong with a visit to the aquarium. Make sure if you go before 11 you get the early bird tickets and after 4 get the twilight ones. It saves you a few books. The tickets are a bit pricey, but it really is a nice aquarium and the shows and attractions are great. If you want to see a show, make sure you head over at least 30 minutes early. The lines fill up really quick.

  • We had so much fun! There is so much to do here we didn't want to leave. We traveled with two teens and two toddlers and there was something for everyone to enjoy. Parking isn't bad, it does fill up quick. Really enjoyed this place. I would suggest getting there early because once all the other places close at 5pm the aquarium gets packed!

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