GEORGIA AQUARIUM: Attractions You Shouldn’t Dare Miss

If you want to learn about the different creatures that live in the underwater world, one of the best aquariums that you can visit is the Georgia Aquarium. Considered as the biggest aquarium in the world with its 8.5 million gallons of marine and fresh water, it houses more than 120,000 sea animals with a wide variety of species. With a huge aquarium like that, there sure are a lot of attractions that you can see inside. As a matter of fact, here are some of the sights and exhibits that you shouldn’t dare miss when you take a visit to the world’s largest aquarium.

Cold Water Quest
In this gallery, you can have the opportunity to know more about the famous beluga whales.  They also have an interactive program wherein you can get in the water to experience a hands-on, unforgettable educational tour up close and personal with the belugas. Aside from that, Cold Water Quest also included harbor seals in their exhibit which are the first thing that you will see once you enter. The place also boasts of another interactive exhibit built with pop-up windows wherein African penguins are the main attractions.

Georgia Explorer
You might also want to visit the aquarium’s interactive gallery called the Georgia Explorer. It contains touch pools filled with horseshoe crabs, sea stars, sting rays and shrimps. Included in this gallery is a habitat which houses a loggerhead sea turtle. It also lets you in an underwater area off the coast of Georgia where right whales, one of the most endangered mammals on the planet, are found.

Ocean Voyager
Experience what it feels like to be a scuba diver when you visit the Ocean Voyager exhibit. You get to walk around an acrylic tunnel and stand in front of a gigantic acrylic viewing window as well as know important facts about Manta Rays when you go to the exhibit. At present, there are four manta rays that are featured here and are the only manta rays that can be found in a U.S. aquarium.  Aside from that, there are also four whale sharks as well as thousands of other fishes icluded in this exhibit.

River Scout
Get to appreciate the freshwater environment more when you tour around the River Scout Gallery inside the aquarium. Here you will be able to discover a diversity of animals that are usually found in the rivers. The main features of the gallery are the albino alligators and also an emerald tree boa that both live in the River Scout. Just around the corner, you can enter an area filled with piranhas and have the chance to see their razor sharp teeth up close.

There are hundreds of other things that you would get to see and explore when you visit the Georgia Aquarium. Whether you choose to go to the Georgia Explorer, Cold Water Quest, Ocean Voyager or the River Scout, these exhibits will surely teach you so much about marine life. Plan a visit in the Georgia Aquarium now and prove that you don’t have to get wet to appreciate the diversity of sea animals that live in the waters.