How long does it take to see everything at the Georgia Aquarium?
about 3-4 hours
We recommend about 3-4 hours to view our entire Aquarium. Weekends are our busiest times, so be sure to arrive early.
Is Georgia Aquarium worth it?
Yes, yes the Georgia Aquarium is worth it. The Georgia Aquarium is world class, even if it didn’t quite live up to the hype for us. It’s going to take the average visitor at least three hours to explore, putting the cost at around $10/hour even if you do not purchase a combo-ticket.
What is the best day to visit the Georgia Aquarium?
Better times to plan a Georgia Aquarium trip are in the middle of the week (Monday – Thursday), and you’ll miss most of the field trip crowds if you go in the sweet spot between lunch and dinner. If a morning visit is a must, then try to arrive early and prioritize what you’re planning to see.
How thick is the glass at Georgia Aquarium?
2 feet thick
With 4,574 square feet of viewing windows, a 100-foot-long underwater tunnel, 185 tons of acrylic windows and one of the largest viewing windows in the world at 23 feet tall by 61 feet wide and 2 feet thick, visitors will have multiple opportunities to view all of these magnificent animals.
How long is the dolphin show at Georgia Aquarium?
The Dolphin Encounter program lasts 15-minutes and includes approximately 8 minutes of interaction with a dolphin.
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How big is the largest tank at Georgia Aquarium?
The largest exhibit, Ocean Voyager Built by The Home Depot, contains 6.3-million-U.S.-gallon (24,000,000 L) of water and several thousand fish. It measures 284 ft × 126 ft (87 m × 38 m) and the depth ranges between 20 and 30 ft (6.1 and 9.1 m), making it the largest indoor aquatic habitat in the world.
How much does it cost to swim with dolphins at the Georgia Aquarium?
How much does it cost? $69.95 (plus tax) per person; $63.95 for Annual Pass Members. Price includes a souvenir photo (cell phones and cameras are not allowed in the encounter area). PRICE DOES NOT INCLUDE General Admission access to the Aquarium.
What can you do at the Georgia Aquarium?
Journey with Gentle Giants swim encounter is the only opportunity in the world where you are guaranteed to swim with whale sharks, manta rays, and more. You’ll get to swim with a snorkel in the Ocean Voyager exhibit, built by The Home Depot, with thousands of amazing animals for the experience of a lifetime.
What kind of animals are at the Atlanta aquarium?
Explore our specially crafted packages to make your trip, staycation, or visit to Atlanta an amazing one. Our playful and curious animals have been busy creating masterpieces. The artists-in-residence include dolphins, beluga whales, sea lions, and penguins.
Are there African penguins at the Georgia Aquarium?
See what our animals are up to in real-time, from anywhere when you live stream Georgia Aquarium galleries. African penguin population numbers have dropped 60% in the last 30 years.