A Day at the Georgia Aquarium

A Day at the Georgia Aquarium

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Fun for the Whole Family

Atlanta Aquarium is located in Georgia. There is a lot to see here, you could spend several hours here or the whole day. Things to keep in mind, there is security before you go in. They do have little bags and will give you a ticket to bring back to them if there is something in your purses or bags that you are not allowed to take in. I had to leave my pepper spray and my Swiss knife at the front. Keep in mind it is loud. Since it is a family place, it can be crowded and school field trips will be there. We bought our tickets online in between certain times to make them a little more inexpensive. We also went ahead and bought parking, it made it a couple dollars cheaper rather than you buying them there.

Georgia aquarium
Upside down jellyfish

Georgia aquarium
Sea turtle
Georgia aquarium
Whale shark with mixture of fish
Georgia aquarium
Whale sharks
Georgia aquarium
Jellyfish

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium
Garden eels

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium
Sea star

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium
Beluga whale
Georgia aquarium
Pot-bellied seahorse
Georgia aquarium
Sea dragon
Georgia aquarium
Otter
Georgia aquarium
Two cuties!
Georgia aquarium
Sea urchin
Georgia aquarium
Sea star
Georgia aquarium
Dart frogs
Georgia aquarium
Not exactly sure what these are!

Georgia aquarium

Georgia aquarium
Beautiful fish, not sure what they are.
Georgia aquarium
American Alligators

I enjoyed my time here. I just wish there was even more room for the animals and less souvenir shops. I hope the pictures and video have swayed you to want to go here! Have you been here before? What was your favorite animal to sea? Mine was the Puffins and the Beluga Whales.

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6 thoughts on “A Day at the Georgia Aquarium

  1. We went to the Atlanta Aquarium a few years ago and were absolutely smitten with the sea otters. I think we went by that exhibit three times and watched them for hours!

  2. I love aquariums! I find watching marine life to be so peaceful and therapeutic – sea turtles and whales are probably my favourites. I’ll definitely be sure to check out the aquarium in Atlanta when I eventually visit the States 🙂

    • It is really peaceful! I have watched my video over and over again. I could have stayed in the theater area probably for a while watching all the sting rays, fish, etc. The Manta Rays are awesome!

  3. I’m not a huge fan of aquariums, mainly because there are usually too many children! haha… But I could watch the jellyfishes for hours when no one else is around, it’s very soothing and relaxing! Also, aquariums are definitely the perfect places to go when it’s either raining or too hot outside!

    • I am the same way. I tried to word it nicely about there being a lot of people there. I am not a fan of loud places, they bother my ears. It was really loud with all the adults and kids there. It gets crowed and you really can’t enjoy what you are looking at because you have kids racing around in front of you and behind you. I tried to enjoy it though. I usually let people or big groups pass me.

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