The Georgia Aquarium may be docked on dry land in downtown Atlanta, but dive inside and you’ll discover more than 10 million gallons of water, home to more animals than any other aquarium.
5 REASONS TO VISIT THE GEORGIA AQUARIUM IN ATLANTA
Atlanta’s aquarium is home to tens of thousands of animals including 500 species from around the world and more than 60 habitats.
The aquarium features a number of exhibits that are sure to reel you in such as Cold Water Quest, Ocean Voyager, River Scout, Aquanaut Adventure and Tropical Diver.
The largest exhibit at the Georgia Aquarium measures 284 feet long x 126 feet wide x 30 feet deep at the maximum depth. It holds 6.3 million gallons of water and is home to four whale sharks, four manta rays and more swimmers.
The second largest exhibit holds 800,000 gallons of water and is home to four beluga whales!
And you won’t want to miss the dolphins exhibit and dolphin show at the Georgia Aquarium featuring an expansive underwater dolphin viewing window and a spectacular musical theatrical performance that highlights the emotional bond shared between dolphins and humans.
KNOW BEFORE YOU GO
Where is the Georgia Aquarium located?
The Georgia Aquarium is located in downtown Atlanta, Ga. across from Centennial Olympic Park and adjacent to the World of Coca-Cola and CNN Studio Tours. Get driving directions.
When is the aquarium open?
Georgia Aquarium is open 365 days a year. Check the website for hours of operation.
How much do tickets to the aquarium cost?
Purchase Atlanta aquarium tickets in advance online with a variety of ticket options and packages to choose from. Save on General Admission with the Pandas & Penguins Combo Ticket (Zoo Atlanta & Georgia Aquarium, get it?) — two great attractions for one low price. Discounted ticket pricing and other perks are available for groups of 25 or more.