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Georgia Aquarium is the world's most magical aquarium. Situated near Centennial Olympic Park and World of Coca-Cola in downtown Atlanta,Georgia, Georgia Aquarium offers its guests an experience like no other. Across six separate galleries, with more...more
Really enjoyed with family of preschooler and high schooler, awesome aquarium. Order tickets online in advance, I like the timed entry on tickets, seems to help with crowds. Shows were fun and everything clean and interesting.
Attended during a business conference and has dinner with the whales. For the first time in my life I was embarrassed by the New England aquarium in Boston. This place does it all and very cleverly
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This aquarium offers so many activities. It is so worth the money and it is fun for all ages. We loved every single activity. We could not believe our general admission price included a dolphin show and a 4-D theater. We spent 6 and a...More
Aquarium is the one reason to visit Atlanta, it is open till 9 p.m., but I suggest to come before 5 p.m. cause you can join the Dolphin celebration show - last show begins at 5. Also the most beautiful hall of sharks and big...More
Maybe biased as this is my hometown, but having seen a dozen+ aquariums around the world, this has to be one of the best in the world. Massive Ocean tank with whale sharks, mantas, etc. which one could just sit in front of for hours...More
Sunday was a busy day, I didn't mind the crowd. But I would have liked it better a bit more calm. If you wanted some quality time with the Belugas by your self, the ballroom window is the best place for that.
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Georgia Aquarium is the perfect place for a family outing. I love that it is completely indoors. There are many wonderful and interesting sea animals to see and touch. It's a must visit if you are in the ATL!
We took advantage of the lower price for entry after 4pm. We were able to see the dolphin show and the entire aquarium in that time. We did not feel rushed or crowded at that time, on a Saturday. Items at the gift shop were...More
The distance is not the issue (maybe 10-12 miles) but the time of day at which you arrive definitely is. If you are coming in during rush hour and planning to go directly to the aquarium - I would suggest you consider using... More
The distance is not the issue (maybe 10-12 miles) but the time of day at which you arrive definitely is. If you are coming in during rush hour and planning to go directly to the aquarium - I would suggest you consider using MARTA and walking the 10 minutes or so from the station. If you are going to drive from the airport, you have to go into town and that can take an hour at peak times. BTW - Senoia is in the opposite direction from the airport.