Grab the whole family and head downtown to visit the Georgia Aquarium. It features more animals than any other aquarium in more than ten million gallons of water. With more than sixty exhibits throughout the huge structure, the Aquarium manages to tell a global water story which are designed to inspire, educate and entertain both kids and adults. While promoting a unique, fun and enjoyable experience, the Aquarium instills in its guests an appreciation for the world’s aquatic biodiversity. It is hard not to feel in awe after seeing one of their truck-like Great Whales swim past!
Cost: $35.95/adult, $29.95/child (3-11), $31.95/senior (65+);
Free: 2 & under
Discounts: Check website
Target Age: All
Target Gender: Both
Membership Passes: Yes
City Pass: No
Stroller Rental: No
Wheelchair Rental: No
ATM on site: yes
Tenders: Cash, credit, debit
Admission Tips: Look for discounts online. Also, Georgia residents are FREE on their birthday.
Cars: $10 (in official Aquarium parking lot)
Parking Tips: There are discounted lots surrounding the Georgia Aquarium but be cautious and bring cash
Walking level: Medium
Food on premise: Vending, Restaurant
Outside Food Permitted: No
Alcohol Sold: No
Alcohol Permitted: No
Gift Shop: Yes
Birthday/ Event Venue: Yes, Georgia Aquarium birthday parties start at $45/person and are designed for 15 people max
Experience Tips: Allow a full day to see everything at the Georgia Aquarium. If the kids are getting antsy, make sure to stop by the play structure in the Georgia Explorer area. And the show Dolphin Tales is not to be missed!
225 Baker Street NW