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Georgia Aquarium: Skip-the-Purchase-Line Tickets

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Enjoy skip-the-purchase-line tickets to the Georgia Aquarium, which has an interactive 4D theater and 7 different areas containing more than 10…

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The owner was fabulous and very welcoming and Sammy was awesome

My parents and I really enjoyed the experience. Learned a lot and it was so fun to have Sammy as our guide! She made it so entertaining. The owner was very pleasant from the beginning of the booking experience until our arrival. Highly recommend this tour with this company!

Atlanta Electric Car City Tour Reviewed by Carolyn, 09/30/2019

This facility packs a lot into a small area.

To be a nerd, walking into the Georgia Aquarium felt like walking into Dr. Who's Tardis. It seemed so much bigger on the inside as you traveled through the halls to the different exhibits. The whale sharks were spectacular, as were the mantas doing loopdeloops for fun.

Georgia Aquarium: Skip-the-Purchase-Line Tickets Reviewed by Patricia, 04/17/2018

Everything was great and our group loved it ❤️

We had a group of 10 people, all over 60 and enjoyed our trip and the part of not waiting in line for tickets. All of us (except one) this was our first time. The shows and experience were great. We're looking forward to going again.

Georgia Aquarium: Skip-the-Purchase-Line Tickets Reviewed by Gabrella, 10/09/2019

I brought my mom and just watching her ‘oh’ and ‘ah’ was inspiring.

Go and Check this place out! No matter was direction you look, there are families of sea creatures you’ve never known about or you (maybe just me) grouped them all together.

Georgia Aquarium: Skip-the-Purchase-Line Tickets Reviewed by Armeniqua, 09/17/2018

It was too crowded. Unable to view many venues.

Some experiences too expensive. It took 15 to 20 minutes to be able to get to some of the tanks to view as the lines were five deep and no one to move people along.