Georgia Aquarium

Atlanta, GA
Located in Atlanta

While staying in the beautiful North GA mountains in your Blue Ridge vacation cabin rental, visit the Georgia Aquarium for a fun day trip with family and friends!

The Georgia Aquarium is adjacent to Centennial Olympic Park in downtown Atlanta sits on 9.5 acres of land, and is located next door to the World of Coca-Cola. The exterior of the building was designed to look like a giant ship breaking through a wave. 

Predators of the Deep

The Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, GA, is one of the world's largest aquariums, with more than eight million gallons of water and more aquatic animals than any other aquarium. Get up close and face to face with the predators of the deep - whale sharks, manta rays, and piranhas! In fact, a new shark exhibit just opened in 2020.

There are 60 exhibits at the Atlanta Georgia Aquarium, with 12,000 square feet of viewing windows. Georgia Aquarium boasts a 100-foot-long tunnel and the largest aquarium window in the Western Hemisphere, with views into the whale shark habitat. The second largest habitat, 800,000 gallons, was specially designed to simulate the natural habitat of beluga whales.

There are Five Galleries to visit in the Georgia Aquarium, which depict five habitats ranging from arctic to tropical.

Unlike most aquariums, the Georgia Aquarium does not follow a linear layout, instead allowing guests to decide their own path and the order in which they visit each gallery....

Georgia Aquarium
225 Baker St. NW
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 581-4000