Georgia Aquarium, Atlanta, Georgia
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The Georgia Aquarium is the world's largest aquarium with more than 8.5-million-US-gallon (32,000 m3) of marine and fresh water housing more than 120,000 animals of 500 different species. The aquarium's notable specimens include four young whale sharks, four beluga whales, and four manta rays.
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Get in free on your birthday
The Aquarium is world class, and touring takes about half a day. There were hoards of school children when we went. Hoards. The mascot is a hilarious Nemo rip-off called Deepo. Whale sharks ...
A Great Stop for Kids of All Ages!
From Toddlers to Grandparents, it was a great stop. We spent about 3 hours and we could have spent all day. With the City Pass (http://www.citypass.com/atlanta) we were able to get a behind the scenes tour which was fabulous! The movie was al...
Awe Inspiring Journey into a world we rarely
As soon as you enter the building, you know you're in for an amazing experience. Creatures you have only heard about are floating, swimming, crawling before you. You can touch a live stingray or shark, adding a sensory tactile perception. As you stroll through room after fabulous room, the adventure expands. The final space is a massive, several stories high, tank in a dimly lit room where the peacefulness and serenity of the slow moving fish, both large and small, capture you. Kids and adults all get something wonderful from this visit. BUT...don't go on a weekend or holiday, if possible. The less people that are there, the better. When it is extremely crowded, it can be frustrating to get up close to exhib...