This really is magical and awe-inspiring. Try to plan your visit on an obscur day to limit crowds. Have a blast!
My friend and I were at a conference this past April. We decided to ditch and take a trip to the aquarium. Boy are we glad we did! They have SO many fish here. My favorite part was probably the gigantic tank they have filled with several kinds of sharks and sting rays. I loved the variety they had and... More
Can be crowded around holidays, pretty expensive, but a great aquarium, the largest. I have not seen the shows. Just watching the giant tanks is a thrill. Good for multiple generations together.
I've been to aquariums in Baltimore, Seattle, Monterey, Chattanooga, Cinci and Sydney Australia and the Georgia Aquarium is the best. Suggest you leave the largest tank (with the whale sharks) for last as a climax to your visit. Don't miss the dolphin show. The songs are pretty cheesy, but the dolphins are wonderful. Sit in the front few rows if... More
While it is ok to see the animals in our Aquarium from the front it is well worth the money to take a behind the scenes tour to see the animals from the top as well as the side views. I'm very partial to the big fish "Whale Shark" exhibit. This is a must see part of the exhibit.
Turley amazing something to see around every corner New things added all the time. Walking under the water is really fun watching everyone's reaction. Great place to take children they will love it.
I really enjoyed this aquarium. The way it was divided into different sections was very unique and it made the trip fun. We spent most of the day here, and they had a big selection of animals. I also took advantage of the souvenir cup with refills!
No trip to Atlanta is complete without a trip to the aquarium. When we have friends or family visiting us in Atlanta we always take them to the aquarium. The facility is state of the art and can be enjoyed by all ages. It is very educational for children and the look of wonder on their faces when they are... More
The Atlanta Aquarium is amazing. It is a fantastic attraction for the whole family. Plan to do a lot of walking. The touch tanks are fun for the kids and the exhibits are great for all ages. You will learn about both fresh and salt water creatures. This one is a must go.
You shouldn't miss the aquarium if you visit Atlanta. It is an amazing place to bring your family and witness the amazing variety and beauty that lives in the water all around us. My top mommy tips: 1. Get there when it opens and try to avoid Sat/Sun. You will not have to deal with the crowds, and it is... More
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