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Georgia Aquarium Spring Break Travel Tips

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Michelle at the Georgia Aquarium

Hey yall!  The Georgia Aquarium is back taking over my blog again to share more Spring Break travel tips!  Make sure to check out their other Spring Break tips.

1. Engage your family with Aquarium education before your trip

-    Georgia Aquarium’s website is a great place to start getting excited about an upcoming visit.

Harness that excitement with your family and make it a learning experience before your visit by visiting Georgia Aquarium’s website and exploring the Animal Guide.

2. Use tools to plan.

-    Build your Georgia Aquarium experience beforehand to maximize your time at the attraction.

The Aquarium’s online ticket page helps you search the experiences the Aquarium has to offer and make ticket, parking and add-on program purchases in advance to make planning your visit a seamless process.

3. Take tips from tourism experts on when to visit.

-    Georgia Aquarium Insider Tips:
a.    Pay for parking online ahead of time.
b Visit early or late in the day to avoid the busiest times.
c.    Plan your visit around free activities offered throughout the day:

i.   AT&T Dolphin Tales: Choose your seats no later than 20-30 minutes before the show starts. The best seats in the house are at the top of the lower half section.
ii.   Interactive Dive Shows: Tropical Diver and Ocean Voyager galleries have divers that answer visitor’s questions while underwater. Dive show times can be found on screens located at the entrance of each gallery.
iii.   Animal Feedings: Check out the computer screens outside each gallery with daily feeding times for marquee animals.
iv Deepo’s 3D Wondershow: See Deepo’s 3D Wondershow in the Georgia Aquarium 4D Theatre! Shows are held multiple times throughout the day and included in Georgia Aquarium admission.

4. Capture the best and most memorable moments.

-    A visit to Georgia Aquarium gives families the chance to learn about aquatic life together, creating an impactful experience that will last a lifetime.

-    Give technology a break and live in the moment. You can still manage to capture the memories
by taking fewer, but more impactful photos. Georgia Aquarium provides a beautiful backdrop for photos that are perfect to help your social network follow along on your trip!

o One For the Grandparents: the Pacific Barrier Reef Window inside the Tropical Diver
gallery has great lighting and livens up your photo with colorful fish.

Look Where I Am!: Near the Baker Street entrance, just near the newspaper stand, you can capture the full Georgia Aquarium façade.

The Perfect Silhouette: It is no surprise Ocean Voyager provides an artistic backdrop for a photo; many movies have chosen this gallery to feature in their films.

Just Another Fish in the Sea: Many of the exhibits feature windows where children can get up close and almost look as if they are inside with some of their favorite animals. Try making a scary face inside the River Scout tunnel!

o Bird’s Eye View: Make a pit stop after you exit Cold Water Quest to capture the World’s Most Magical Aquarium from a second floor vantage point.

5. Make the most of family time.

-    Make the most of your visit by researching which must-see locations are close to the Aquarium.  Planning ahead will help minimize parking fees and reduce travel time.

-    Conveniently located in downtown Atlanta, Georgia Aquarium is the perfect starting point for a day filled with family fun. There are 7 attractions and 17 restaurants all within a 12-minute walk from the front door of Georgia Aquarium.

I hope you have found these tips useful!  Make sure to plan a visit to the Georgia Aquarium!

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