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Tickets for Georgia Aquarium: Fast Track

From coral reefs to crocs, meet more animals than at any other aquarium!

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1-Day Pass – Any Day
Online offer only; advance purchase required.

Includes: One visit to the Georgia Aquarium: Fast Track®, Guided Bus Tour, Kangaroo Express Bus, Skyfari Aerial Tram, and all regularly scheduled experiences. Experiences above subject to availability.

1-Day Pass Any Day tickets valid any day within one year from date of purchase. Cannot be exchanged for Value Days ticket. No reservation required.

General Admission (3+) $48.99 ...SAVE $7.11 ...ONLY $41.88
* Plus tax. Prices are subject to change without notice.

There's more aquatic life in the Georgia Aquarium than you'll find in any other aquarium! With these Georgia Aquarium tickets, you can see sharks, whales, and octopi, meet river animals like alligators, otters and tree boas, and walk through a tunnel surrounded by sharks.

Speaking of sharks, Georgia Aquarium's newest gallery: Sharks! Predators of the Deep, is one of the largest shark exhibits in North America. Home to several well-known species of aquatic apex predators, this exciting new experience brings you face to face with the most misunderstood creatures in the sea and explores their vital role in sustaining marine ecosystems.

See freshwater and marine habitats in the Aquanaut Adventure, explore coral reefs in the Tropical Diver exhibition, then roll up your sleeves and embark on scientific research and learn how animals thrive in extreme environments. You can even get immersed in a state-of-the-art 4D theater experience!

At the Ocean Voyager Gallery, walk through a tunnel surrounded by an aquarium that houses 6.3 million gallons of saltwater, where whale sharks, manta rays, goliath grouper, and several sharks swim freely.

It's a wet and wild addition to your Atlanta itinerary!

  • Complete fun challenges in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM)-related activities and find out what it's like to work in aquatic and marine sciences.
  • See dolphins, tropical fish, beluga whales, octopi, sea lions and more, and walk through a giant perspex tunnel to see sharks and rays from all angles.
  • Soak up a state-of-the-art 4D theater, meet dolphins, sea lions and more – and don't miss the fin-tastic AT&T Dolphin Tales exhibit

Opening Hours

Wednesday:09:00 - 18:00

Thursday:09:00 - 18:00

Friday:09:00 - 18:00

Saturday:09:00 - 18:00

Sunday:09:00 - 18:00

Monday:09:00 - 18:00

Tuesday:09:00 - 18:00

Important information

  • Shows are seated on a first come, first served basis, please arrive at least 30 minutes early
  • Tickets are not valid for entry during special events at the aquarium
  • Strollers allowed
  • Service animals allowed
  • Photography is allowed without flash, but not in the shows and in the 4D theater
  • Items may be checked at the Information Desk ($2 each)
  • Paid parking is available on-site
  • A typical visit takes approximately 3-4 hours for the entire Aquarium, including presentations

Terms and Conditions:

Confirmation will be received at time of booking, unless booked within 1 day of travel. In this case confirmation will be received as soon as possible, subject to availability.​

Wheelchairs available free of charge at the entrance on a first-come, first-served basis

Strollers available for a fee

Georgia Aquarium :225 Baker St NW, 30313, Atlanta
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4 Tips for Visiting the Georgia Aquarium

This top-rated attraction is home to 500 species, including sharks, dolphins, and beluga whales, and more than 100,000 fish. From the incredible Cold Water Quest gallery to extraordinary animal interactions with penguin chicks and California sea lions, Georgia Aquarium provides hours of entertainment for adults and children alike.


Why Visit Georgia Aquarium

While aquariums are not exactly the most unique attractions in the world. Georgia Aquarium has certainly reinvented itself in the 16 years of its operation with some crowd-favorite and uncommon activities and exhibits.


Best time to visit Georgia Aquarium

Considering the weather and tourism season in Atlanta, the best time of the year to visit the Georgia Aquarium is in February, March, September, and October. Since the gates open early in the morning, visiting the Georgia Aquarium in the first few hours of the day is advisable.


Animal Encounters

Animal Encounters are a favorite among animal lovers. At Georgia Aquarium, you can interact with sharks, rays, and belugas right in their habitat. You can also go up close and personal with trained dolphins, sea lions, and seals. Penguins, seals, sea otters, and other aquatic animals are also present at Georgia Aquarium and you can meet them all on your visit to this amazing place.


Tropical Diver

The tropical coral reef displays at Tropical Diver are set up like a living art gallery, complete with curious garden eels poking their heads out of the sea. It has live corals and colorful reef fish and overhead crashing waves to recreate tropical Pacific coral reef. Children will be able to spot seahorses, fairy basslets, and other sea gems, in this vibrant gallery.

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