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Georgia Aquarium: Skip-the-Purchase-Line Tickets

1. Georgia Aquarium: Skip-the-Purchase-Line Tickets

Skip the purchase lines at the largest aquarium in the Western Hemisphere, and spend the day enjoying the aquarium's seven different areas and interactive 4D theater. The Aquarium features a variety of places to eat and drink, and parking is made easy in the connected parking garage. Learn about whale sharks, manta rays, giant groupers and stingrays as you watch them from a huge window or walk through the clear underwater tunnel running through the giant tank. Discover the exciting energy of dolphins and their behavior from experienced trainers. Explore the world's coldest oceans with wildlife like the weedy seadragon, beluga whale, giant Pacific octopus and Japanese spider crab. Introduce yourself to the charismatic nature of California sea lions before checking out one of the largest living reef exhibits of any aquarium in the world.

Atlanta CityPASS®: Save 40% at 5 Top Attractions

2. Atlanta CityPASS®: Save 40% at 5 Top Attractions

Your Atlanta CityPASS® includes admission to Atlanta’s most famous attractions and is valid for 9 days from first use, giving you plenty of time to see all of the great sights. See amazing animals, fun pop culture, inspiring history, fascinating natural science and more with the Atlanta CityPASS, which provides you line-skipping privileges at select attractions.   The Atlanta CityPASS includes admission to 5 attractions: 1. Georgia Aquarium Experience 10 million gallons of awe-inspiring wonders at Georgia Aquarium. Visit and learn about whale sharks, beluga whales, manta rays, penguins, and sea lions. Don’t miss the sea lion presentation and Dolphin Celebration presentations, The 4D Fun believable Theater, and the daily penguin Waddle Walk. 2. World of Coca-Cola Learn the story behind the world’s most famous and most loved beverage brand at the World of Coca-Cola and get closer than ever before to the vault containing the Secret Formula. Get a behind-the-scenes look at the bottling process, take a trip around the world in a thrilling 4D movie experience, and tempt your taste buds with more than 100 beverages from around the globe. 3. Zoo Atlanta Explore the natural world with more than 1,000 animals at one of Georgia’s most beloved destinations. Don’t miss the all-new African Savanna, featuring new and expanded habitats for African elephants, giraffes, and more. Other highlights include one of North America’s largest populations of great apes, as well as several giant pandas. 4. Your choice of 2 from the following 3 attractions: 4.1 National Center for Civil and Human Rights A powerful and uplifting journey that highlights the power of people—and our shared responsibility to take the rights of all humans personally. Sit at an interactive lunch counter and experience what heroic protestors braved, stand face-to-face with global human rights champions, view items that changed history, and see MLK’s personal papers & artifacts. Feel the Power at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. 4.2 Fernbank Museum of Natural History Discover a world of wow at Atlanta’s science and nature experience. Explore 75 acres of the great outdoors and three levels of immersive indoor exhibits featuring hands-on science, dinosaurs, live animals, and cultural artifacts. 4.3 College Football Hall of Fame Take your fandom to the next level at the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame with interactive, immersive and entertaining exhibits. Explore the game’s most legendary experience filled with fun for everyone from families to college football fanatics.


Best museums in Atlanta

If you’re going on a trip to Atlanta, you’ll see that this bustling city has plenty to offer its visitors. The museums in Atlanta are one of the city’s highlights, so make sure to visit at least some of them. Whether you’re interested in art, history, or even puppetry, you’re sure to find a spot in Atlanta that interests you.

History museums in Atlanta

Atlanta has an important part in the history of the Civil Rights Movement, so plan a visit to the National Center for Civil and Human Rights. Even before you step foot inside, you’ll be impressed by the building’s unique architectural structure. Within its walls, you’ll have the opportunity to explore multiple educational galleries. You’ll learn about the history of the Civil Rights Movement through visual timelines, audio recordings, other artifacts, and interactive exhibits. Don’t forget to see a gallery of original Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. writings.

Speaking of the bold Civil Rights leader, you’ll also want to pay a visit to the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Historical Park while you’re in town. In the park, you’ll find the home where Dr. King was born and the graves where he and his wife were buried. An International Civil Rights Walk of Fame is also located on the site. It includes the names and footprints of other Civil Rights activists who have carried on King’s legacy. You can visit the park and join guided tours of King’s home for free, so you have no excuses. Keep in mind that the tours are first-come, first-served. If you hope to get in on a guided tour of King’s home, arrive early and be willing to wait.

For an overall survey of the city’s history, head to the Atlanta History Center. This museum covers Atlanta history beginning with stories of the Native Americans. One of the museum’s particularly impressive exhibits is the enormous “Cyclorama” painting, which shows scenes from the Civil War Battle of Atlanta. Imagine—this impressive painting is even housed in its own building.

Art museums in Atlanta

If you’re a fan of fine art, don’t miss the High Museum of Art. You’ll experience quite a blend of art here from around the world, both classic and contemporary. One of the highlights is the museum’s unique folk-art gallery, featuring works by self-taught artists. With so much artwork here, you could easily spend hours perusing the collections.

The Atlanta Contemporary Art Center is another great stop in Atlanta if you’re an art lover. This small museum features ever-changing temporary exhibits, which means you’ll always get a chance to see something new here. It also offers various events and workshops throughout the year, so check the calendar to see what’s on while you’re in town. Best thing? Admission is always free. Note that the museum is closed on Mondays, so plan accordingly.

Unusual museums in Atlanta

Whether you like Coca-Cola or not, you can’t deny the company’s massive influence and worldwide reach. The World of Coca-Cola museum gives you a chance to learn more about the history of this famous brand. If you’re traveling with kids, make sure to take them here. Multiple interactive exhibits and the opportunity to taste-test over a hundred sweet beverages from around the world make this museum a fun experience.

The Delta Flight Museum is technically another history museum, but this one is unique in that it’s all about the history of flight and aircraft. What makes this museum so cool is that it’s built in a 1940s hangar, where you can see several antique aircraft on display. Travel geeks and aircraft nerds will love it, but anyone will have a memorable experience viewing these planes.

Looking for some more unique museums in Atlanta? Consider the Worlds of Puppetry Museum, which features the world’s largest collection of Jim Henson puppets and artifacts. You’ll get to see the iconic puppets like Kermit and Miss Piggy while you learn all about the famous puppeteer’s creative process. Another feature of this museum is The Global Collection. Here, you can learn about the history of puppetry in multiple cultures, while admiring puppets and artifacts from around the world.

For the best time in Atlanta, we recommend visiting in the spring (March to May) before the infamously hot Atlanta sun beats down in June. That way, you’ll enjoy both the museums in Atlanta as well as the city surrounding them.

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What people are saying about Atlanta

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Nice to skip the ticket purchase line though had to wait in line to enter the attraction. Another great thing was that we didn’t have to enter a time of arrival. Website wasn’t clear on those instructions but overall experience was great. No hiccups. Would recommend offering the website link for parking and aquarium show bookings once the city pass is purchased.

Such a great day! Went with my elderly parents, Mom in a wheelchair. The place has five attractions and it was very easy to navigate. We went on a Monday at 10. Do not miss the dolphin or sea otter show!!! Winston was very helpful with answering our questions. So glad we went!

I have taken my daughter here for her birthday 2 years in a row, she is only 4 and really enjoy looking at all the different fish, always have trouble getting her to leave.

It was amazing and the kids love it. The place is not crowded and every thing is sanitized frequently.

Tiene el mismo precio de entrada pero al menos es una opción para compra rápida