Special Offers

  • Deep Discounts

    Deep Discounts

    Save up to 20% off our walk-up pricing.

    Learn More
  • Me and Mommy

    Me & Mommy

    ​Receive discounted admission for one adult and up to four children!

    Learn More
  • The World's Most Magical Aquarium 7

    Land & Sea Membership Package

    Get unlimited daytime admission all year long to Zoo Atlanta and Georgia Aquarium.

    Learn More

Making a Difference

As a nonprofit — and the second largest aquarium in the world — we’re committed to inspiring awareness and preservation of our ocean and aquatic animals around the globe. Our mission is to treat every animal with love and care, and concentrate our research and conservation activities where they matter most.

See How We Help
GeorgiaAquarium_AnimalIcons
GeorgiaAquarium_AnimalIcons

Upcoming
Events

  • Feb 15

    Sips Under the Sea: Eat, Drink & Be Mine

    Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and love is in the air — or water, we should say! If you’re looking for a...

    LEARN MORE
  • Feb 18

    Coral Carnival

    Georgia Aquarium invites you to join our Coral Carnival and celebrate one of the most beautiful animals living under our s...

    LEARN MORE
  • Feb 19

    Yoga by the Water

    Break a sweat at the most unique and inspiring fitness studio Atlanta has to offer – Georgia Aquarium! Yoga by the Water...

    LEARN MORE
  • Events Calendar

The Largest Aquarium in the U.S. Gets Even Bigger

Georgia Aquarium revealed expansion plans for a new gallery featuring sharks — one of the most misunderstood species in the ocean — to open in late fall of 2020.

Whale Shark

Scientific Name
Rhincodon typus
Conservation Status
Endangered
Fact
Whale sharks have 300 rows of tiny teeth on each jaw

Horned Puffin

Scientific Name
Fratercula corniculata
Conservation Status
Least Concern
Fact
Puffin colonies have now become tourist attractions in parts of their range.

Asian Small-clawed Otter

Scientific Name
Aonyx Cinerea
Conservation Status
Vulnerable
Fact
The Asian small-clawed otter can adapt its heart rate for diving
Buy Tickets