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Georgia aquarium souvenirs

A: The Georgia Aquarium has maps once you arrive on the outside of the building (you can see that in my photo below), once you arrive inside, as well as online! View the online map in English (here).

A: Yes! That is how Marc and I ended up at the Sips Under the Seas event (more below). Click here to see their entire calendar of events for 2020 (here)!
A: The Georgia Aquarium Parking breakdown is below (read more here):

In this post I’m going to tell you everything you need to know about the Georgia Aquarium in Atlanta, Georgia and then I’ll also have a section about the Sips Under the Sea event and how amazing that was! Below I’ll tell you all the Georgia Aquarium FAQ and everything from the Georgia Aquarium Directions and Parking to Georgia Aquarium Restaurants. If you’re planning a trip, this is the post you’ll want to read!
***The Georgia Aquarium gifted me two VIP tickets to their Sips Under the Sea event on Valentine’s Day. All thoughts and opinions are my own.***
The Georgia Aquarium gifted us two VIP Tickets to their Sips Under the Sea event and I had the most fun I think I’ve ever had! I decided to surprise my boyfriend of three years with tickets, but he had no idea where we were going until we literally showed up. He’s lived in Atlanta his whole life, but luckily he hadn’t been to the Aquarium in years (like me) and so he really had absolutely no clue.
Tropical Diver was one of my favorite areas because this is where the jellyfish are! Marc and I were walking through this exhibit and I hadn’t realized this yet. I heard over the little speakers they have that the jellyfish were behind me and I ran over so quickly! There are so many types of jellyfish shown including: the purple striped jellyfish, the pacific sea nettle, and the white spotted jelly (these were SO STUNNING).
Now that I’ve answered all of the questions you’ve been wondering, here is the fun stuff! These are all the things to do at the Georgia Aquarium. There are four main areas of the aquarium that you’ll want to make sure you hit, and then there’s other items I’ll list as well! The four areas are Cold Water Quest, Tropical Diver, Dolphin Coast, and Ocean Voyager. I’ll delve more into them below!

Dolphin Coast is at the top of an escalator and it’s where you get to see DOLPHINS (go figure haha). Before you get to the actual dolphin exhibit, you’re able to play around and “train” a dolphin on the screens they have! This would be really fun for younger children because it’s really interactive. To see the actual dolphins, you’ll walk to the end of the hallway!

Georgia Aquarium Review – PLUS: Behind the Scenes of the Sips Under the Sea Event I am so excited to write this post today because I have LOVED animals my entire life! If you can believe it,