Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, GA

225 Baker Street NWAtlanta, GA 30313
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$35.95
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Overview

Discover more than tens of thousands of marine animals at the world’s second-largest aquarium. At the Georgia Aquarium, you’ll encounter everything from sea lions to sea otters, penguins to tropical fish. Dive under the sea with interactive exhibits, shows, and programs. While you’re there, take advantage of free WiFi, use the attraction’s app to guide your visit, or grab a bite to eat at Cafe Aquaria.

Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Atlanta Travel Experts
  • Download the Georgia Aquarium app for aquarium maps, information, and daily schedules.
  • Dine at Cafe Aquaria or Seaside Delights during your visit.
  • Parking is available on-site for an additional fee.
  • It takes approximately 3-4 hours to explore the entire aquarium.
  • Make time for the aquatic shows and programs throughout the day.

Description

from Georgia Aquarium
Experience the world beneath the waves at one of the world's largest aquariums - the Georgia Aquarium in downtown Atlanta. Get an up-close look at exotic marine life, learn about aquatic habitats, and explore one of the most diverse examples of oceanic life in the world.

Tens of thousands of animals in over 10 million gallons of water call Georgia Aquarium home. See them for yourself through some of the largest viewing windows in the world.

Tripster Customer Reviews

3 Reviews
Stella K.
Indian Trail, NC
1 Review
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"Great place for all ages!"
June 2019
We so enjoyed the Aquarium - well thought out lay out. Great variety to see. the 4D theatre was wonderful, we saw both shows. We stayed nearby so it was a short walk.
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Tip: We saw long lines for parking on Saturday but Sunday was line free.

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Cathy Mason-Jordan
MCDONOUGH, GA
1 Review
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"A wonderful experience with my brother and husband"
May 2019
My husband and I were hosting my brother at our new home for the first time. We wanted to give him an outstanding experience. My husband thought of the aquarium-we'd been wanting to go. I found the tickets on Tripster at a much lower price than my normal "go to" (starts with a G) so I bought them! Not only did we get in at a lower price, we got to skip the ticket lines (the other site would have required us to take vouchers to the ticket booth for redemption)! It was an AMAZING visit! Although it is a busy place ,the aquarium is huge with lots of exhibits and things to do. My brother was very impressed, saying it was much better than the aquarium where he lives in Ohio. We were able to provide a memorable experience for my brother without breaking the bank! Thanks!
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Tip: 1. Be prepared to spend at least a few hours to fully enjoy it. 2. You can't bring in outside food or drinks. They do have them inside. 3. No flash photography.

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qiana wright
augusta, GA
1 Review
Verified Traveler
"Good experience"
May 2019
Purchased tickets quick and easy! Georgia aquarium was awesome!! Thanks tripster
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cea802002
Atlanta, Georgia
"Iraq. Thiqar.un nasiryah"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 19, 2019 NEW
Nice place .biggest one you can see any thing that donit see it in another aquarium.if you need go you must wait
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Bill V
"Check the fish day"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 19, 2019 NEW
Well worth the visit. we showed up at Noon and left around 6pm. Very important to check the show times because they are very good and are only a couple per day. The dolphin show was great and you do not want to miss it, but you WILL get VERY wet if in the first 10 rows. Just seeing all the different fish was something else.
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simarx10
Santa Clara, California
"Interesting but Expensive place "
TripAdvisor user rating 3 out of 5
Reviewed September 18, 2019 NEW
Cost $39,95 per person to visit the Aquarium. To be honest is not worth it. In 2 hours you are able to see everything. Is kind of confuse how all the entertainment is placed, no guide or instructions. Is a good place to little kids, but for adults is not really good. Beautiful and interesting fishes, lots of color and aquariums. Small place, fast entertainment for too much money.
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daniel_843_843
North Charleston, South Carolina
"Great experience"
TripAdvisor user rating 5 out of 5
Reviewed September 18, 2019 NEW
My wife and I went to the aquarium with our kids 15, 12 and 5. Everyone had a blast. There is so much to see and do. The sea life is gorgeous and unimaginable until you see it close up. Lots of the exhibits allow you to touch the sea life. We were able to touch starfish, rays, coral, etc. The aquarium has a dolphin show which is part of admission price, a sea lion show which is also part of admission price and other areas to explore which is part of admission price. We were able to see the piranhas get fed and they are voracious. They always look small on television but in real life they are about 2 pounds average (at the aquarium), but not sure what's their size in the wild. If you don't go anywhere else in Atlanta, stop by the aquarium. It's a must see.
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Leilen T
"Fun day"
TripAdvisor user rating 4 out of 5
Reviewed September 18, 2019 NEW
Had the best time during our visit.So many aquatic animals to see,leisurely walk around the aquarium,it was good to feel that we were not being hurried around the areas we wanted to see.We plan on bringing our friends who are visiting next week.The price for entrance was reasonable .
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Frequently Asked Questions about Georgia Aquarium

What can I bring into the aquarium?
There is no outside food, beverage or gum permitted inside the Aquarium. Also, guns, knives, lighters, and matches are not permitted inside. Pets are not allowed. Only guide dogs for the blind, service dogs for people with disabilities and working dogs in training are permitted inside the Aquarium.

Is parking available?
Yes. The official Georgia Aquarium parking deck located at 357 Luckie Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30313 has entrances located on Luckie Street and Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard. Parking is $10 for members and $12 for non-members.

What are the hours of operation?
The Georgia Aquarium is open 365 days a year. Hours vary.

  • Monday – Friday: 10:00 am to 9:00 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Seasonal events may cause the aquarium’s hours of operation to change. The last ticket sold and entry is 30 minutes prior to closing.

Does the Georgia Aquarium have security?
Yes. Everyone visiting the Aquarium MUST go through security located outside the Aquarium. Security is your very first stop upon arrival at Georgia Aquarium. Keep in mind that NO guns, knives or lighters are allowed inside Georgia Aquarium. Outside food, beverage, and gum are also not allowed in the Aquarium. Security will confiscate these items.

How can I find out about the shows or programs happening at the Georgia Aquarium?
Prior to your visit, download the aquarium’s smartphone app. Or, ask a staff member upon arrival to the aquarium.

How long should I expect to spend in the aquarium?
Visitors spend on average 3-4 hours exploring the aquarium.

Do I need to arrive early for the aquarium shows?
We recommend getting in line for your show of choice at least 30 minutes prior to showtime.

Can I bring my own food and beverages into the aquarium?
No. This is strictly prohibited.

Does the aquarium have dining options?
Yes. Guests may purchase food and drinks from Cafe Aquaria and Seaside Delights.

Can I bring a stroller?
Yes. Complimentary stroller parking is available in the atrium and a stroller check is provided at each theater. However, if possible, a smaller stroller or no stroller is recommended in order to navigate crowded areas more easily. Strollers are not available for rent.

Can I bring my camera?
Yes. However, please be respectful of other guests and the animals and do not use flash photography.