Explore Ocean Mysteries
For fans of Ocean Mysteries with Jeff Corwin, if you've never visited Georgia Aquarium, you're in for a real treat. Not only is Georgia Aquarium the world's most magical, it's also one of the premier institutions furthering research and conservation efforts for some of the most amazing animals on our fragile planet. Your chance to visit and learn more about these programs and initiatives – and to see many thousands of different aquatic species – is now.
Located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia, on world-famous Centennial Olympic Park (host site of the 1996 Olympic Games), Georgia Aquarium offers an amazing backdrop for a perfect family vacation filled with fun and learning. Our state-of-the-art facility, at nearly 600,000 square feet and holding 10 million gallons of water across six permanent galleries, represents nothing short of a miracle of engineering. In one day's visit, you'll encounter whale sharks (the world's largest fish), manta rays (the subject of the premiere episode of Ocean Mysteries), spotted eagle rays, giant grouper, sand tigers, albino alligators, beluga whales, sea otters, penguins… and so much more. Plus, you'll have the opportunity to learn something new about each and every species – and what you can do to "make waves" to ensure they prosper in their natural habitats.