Choose from Five Options
- $57.50 for Total Ticket admission for 2 (up to $71.90 value)
- $115 for Total Ticket admission for 4 (up to $143.80 value)
- $172.50 for Total Ticket admission for 6 (up to $215.70 value)
- $230 for Total Ticket admission for 8 (up to $287.60 value)
- $287.50 for Total Ticket admission for 10 (up to $359.50 value)
This Groupon must be redeemed online in exchange for Total Tickets; Groupon vouchers cannot be accepted at the door.
In addition to the aquarium’s regular exhibits—including the new Aquanaut Adventure: A Discovery Zone, which sends visitors on a 45-minute mission to complete entertaining challenges—Total Tickets grant access to the AT&T Dolphin Tales show, 4-D shows at Deepo’s Undersea 3D Wondershow theater, and rotating special exhibits.
Children under age 3 are admitted free.
More than 10 million gallons of water fill the gigantic exhibits inside Georgia Aquarium, making it the largest in the world when it opened in 2005. Most visitors, of course, will be far more interested in what's gliding and diving inside all those exhibits. Their journey through the world's diverse oceans begins with the Tropical Diver Presented by Southwest exhibit, a mesmerizing display of coral reefs and the creatures that wind among them.
Other areas of the aquarium blend education with entertainment. Dolphins leap, swim, and dance in time to music at the AT&T Dolphin Tales show, while Journey with Gentle Giants Immersion Programs let visitors dive with massive whale sharks. There's even a movie theater, although it blows most multiplexes out of the water by adding 3-D imagery and 4-D effects. Special effects built into the seats and the theater's surroundings mean that audiences don't just see ultra-real animals and rippling waters pass before them—they feel them, too.
That's just a sampling of the more than 60 exhibits and activities that fill Georgia Aquarium. But its staff do manage to make it outside of the massive facility. In addition to their exhibits and education initiatives, the aquarium houses the Correll Center for Aquatic Animal Health: a 10,000 square-foot facility dedicated to aquatic animal conservation. Its research stretches from the whale sharks of Mexico to the penguins of South Africa to the belugas of Alaska.