Only a short drive away in Atlanta, Georgia Aquarium is the perfect summer getaway for families, and was also recently named a Top 5 Animal Attraction by FamilyFun Magazine. If you’re looking to take a day trip with the kiddos or spend a quick weekend away, here are some ways that you can experience all that Georgia Aquarium has to offer to make the most of your trip!
Top Five Ways to Enhance Your Summer Experience at Georgia Aquarium:
· Experience Imagination Nights: Starting June 1, guests who visit the Aquarium between 5 – 8 p.m. can experience all of the Aquarium’s galleries with fewer crowds for only $24.95. This is also the first time ever that a special AT&T Dolphin Tales late show will be included in Imagination Nights!
· Experience an atrium show: Georgia Aquarium will be presenting a new atrium show this summer, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea! This show kicks off on June 8 and will run throughout the summer. All entertainment shows are complimentary with Aquarium admission.
· Fun-filled summer events: Kick off the summer by visiting Georgia Aquarium for World Oceans Day June 5-8 for fun, educational activities, and learn how to protect our oceans from harmful debris and plastic that disrupts its inhabitants, watch a movie under the stars at a Dive In Movie, or have the best view of the Centennial Olympic Park firework show at Georgia Aquarium’s fifth annual Red, White & Brew or Red, White & View event.
· Meet an aquatic animal up close and personal: Guests won’t have to travel far from home to experience a personal encounter with aquatic animals from around the world. Guests can go behind the scenes and enjoy an exclusive personal experience with one of our aquatic animals through a Georgia Aquarium animal encounter or animal interactive program.
· Protect our oceans: When guests visit Georgia Aquarium they are helping to protect the ocean and its inhabitants. Georgia Aquarium strives to educate guests about the importance of sustainable seafood, the different ways that trash impacts our oceans and the animals that live there, and how you can help reduce the amount of harmful materials that enter our oceans.