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Georgia Aquarium Admission

by Georgia Aquarium Duration 1d Features animals Free cancellation available No booking or credit card fees
per adult Price is $44

Delve into the fascinating undersea world of the Georgia Aquarium to encounter massive whale sharks, watch playful dolphins, and learn about the lives of beluga whales. With more than 100,000 marine animals in the largest aquarium in North America, there's no end to the undersea adventures that await your visit.

Sixty different habitats house everything from voracious piranhas and albino alligators in the River Scout gallery to jellyfish and moray eels in the Tropical Diver gallery. You can check out the only 4 resident whale sharks in North America, stroll through underwater tunnels to scope out the graceful motions of manta rays, or get up close to beluga whales and African penguins in exhibits dedicated to cold climate creatures.

When you're ready to take your experience to new levels, head to the 4-D theater for an immersive underwater adventure you have to see–and feel!–to believe, or stop off at the tide pools where you can touch the smooth shells of horseshoe crabs or the fuzzy legs of sea stars. Before you leave, don't forget to swing by the dolphin tank to watch and learn about the playful antics of bottlenose dolphins.

Delve into the fascinating undersea world of the Georgia Aquarium to encounter massive whale sharks, watch playful dolphins, and learn about the lives of beluga whales. With more than 100,000 marine animals in the largest aquarium in North America, there's no end to the undersea adventures that await your visit.

Sixty different habitats house everything from voracious piranhas and albino alligators in the River Scout gallery to jellyfish and moray eels in the Tropical Diver gallery. You can check out the only 4 resident whale sharks in North America, stroll through underwater tunnels to scope out the graceful motions of manta rays, or get up close to beluga whales and African penguins in exhibits dedicated to cold climate creatures.

When you're ready to take your experience to new levels, head to the 4-D theater for an immersive underwater adventure you have to see–and feel!–to believe, or stop off at the tide pools where you can touch the smooth shells of horseshoe crabs or the fuzzy legs of sea stars. Before you leave, don't forget to swing by the dolphin tank to watch and learn about the playful antics of bottlenose dolphins.

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Georgia Aquarium Admission

Duration 1d No booking or credit card fees
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Georgia Aquarium Admission

Activity Location

Georgia Aquarium

225 Baker Street NW

Atlanta

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Georgia Aquarium

    225 Baker Street NW

    Atlanta


Highlights

  • 100,000 marine animals in 6 themed underwater galleries

  • 4 rare whale sharks, enigmatic manta rays & beluga whales

  • Living coral reef teeming with tropical Pacific fish

  • Icy Arctic displays with endangered African penguins

  • Interactive touch pools & an immersive 4-D theater


Inclusions

  • Admission to the Georgia Aquarium

  • 4-D theater admission


Exclusions

  • Food and beverages


Know Before You Book

  • Children 2 and younger are complimentary.

  • This venue is wheelchair accessible. Wheelchairs are available free of charge with a photo ID at the main entrance and information booth.

  • Hours of operation are typically from 10 AM–8 PM, Monday through Friday, and 9 AM–8 PM, Saturday through Sunday. Hours of operation may vary; please check before you go.


Georgia Aquarium Admission ratings based on 72 Verified Reviews

Verified Reviews

4.3 out of 5

2/5 Feb 17, 2019

Between being in line to get into parking and then actually into the Aquarium, it was 2+ hours. After waiting and working our way toward the entrance, the people who were at the ticket windows and "will call" windows just got their tickets and moved into line in front of us, the people with prepurchased tickets who were in line for hours. Inside the aquarium were so many people we could not actually see many things due to crowding.

Jackie D

United States

3/5 Feb 16, 2019

The animals are phenomenal. Seeing such amazing creatures thriving even in captivity is truly an experience... HOWEVER with the new expansion (once it’s done will be incredible) it was a disaster finding parking. The walkways were awfully crowded to get to the aquarium. The wait to get in was way too long an unnecessary. The exhibits although amazing to look at were awfully crowded. There was no way to stand still for longer than a few seconds before there was absolute chaos due to field trips and masses of people everywhere. There was no room to view any of the main exhibits without being trampled with people and not enough spaces for viewing the amazing sea creatures. The employees were trying their best but they didn’t seem to have enough resources to accommodate massive masses of people. The dolphin enclosures are amazing but the wait for the dolphin show was a tedious, over an hour long line with nothing to look at but walls and people squished together.

Isabel M

United States

5/5 Jan 07, 2019

This was an amazing aquarium! Whale sharks, huge manta rays, petting areas, and good food. All around great experience!