Georgia Aquarium has reopened! We've missed everyone and can't wait to see you again! With more than 10 million gallons of water, and tons of species of animals, Georgia Aquarium is the perfect place to get your aquatic fix.
We are taking precautions to keep everyone safe and healthy by limiting our capacity, requiring facial coverings, and enhancing our cleaning protocols.
· Entry to Georgia Aquarium will be scheduled in 30-minute timeslots to spread out the number of persons arriving at one time. · Tickets are only available online. · Masks are required for guests age 3 and up, who are able to wear a mask. Masks will be available at our gate for those who might need one. All Georgia Aquarium team members are required to wear masks for the entirety of their shift. · Temperatures are being taken before guests can enter the building. Any person exhibiting a fever (temperature of 100.4° or higher) will not be permitted entry. · Guests are assigned a specific entrance when purchasing a ticket. This will also help the gathering of guests upon entry. · Georgia Aquarium is limiting the number of guests allowed in the building at one time. This reduced capacity will allow guests to visit the Aquarium while staying an appropriate distance from other guests. · Every other parking spot in our parking deck has been blocked off to give guests ample room. · Additional reopening information and plans can be found at www.georgiaaquarium.org/reopening · Discounted tickets can be purchased at www.georgiaaquarium.org/gomm
Really, it's a great experience!!! (It IS expensive . . . you must ALSO purchase "general admission" tickets in addition to Scuba . . . website for this is somewhat complicated.
Amy S | Jan 12, 2021
There was so much to see and do here! All the exhibits were fascinating and well maintained. Loved to see the trainers interacting. We had tickets to the sea lion encounter but there was an accident...
Steve H | Jan 12, 2021
“We loved it.”
We spent 3 1/2 hours there. It was interesting the whole time. Not crowded and you could see anything without lines.