Georgia Aquarium

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Address

225 Baker St
Atlanta, GA 30313
(404) 581-4000

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One of the largest and most inspiring aquariums in the world, Georgia Aquarium features whale sharks, bottlenose dolphins, manta rays, African penguins, sea lions, beluga whales and thousands of aquatic animals in more than 10 million gallons of water. The convenient General Admission ticket offers access to all seven galleries and all presentations and exhibitions. Enhance your experience by visiting the website [georgiaaquarium.org/cpd] for special discounts on General Admission and Animal Encounters. A 501©(3) not-for-profit organization, Georgia Aquarium is dedicated to global leadership in research and preservation of aquatic animals around the world. For a Centennial Park District fans and followers, enjoy a special discount on admission and animal encounters by clicking here.


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Getting to Centennial Park District

If driving via I-75/I-85, the Centennial Park District is located off of Exit 249C (Williams Street) from the North and Exit 249D (Spring St.) from the South. Via I-20 East/West, take Exit on I-75/I-85N toward Atlanta. Exit 249D (Spring St.). Spring Street veers left and becomes Centennial Olympic Park Drive NW. Turn right on Baker St. then left right on Marietta St. For all drivers, a 670-space covered parking deck is located at the Hilton Garden Inn, and additional public pay lots are located throughout the District. If taking MARTA, the Centennial Park District is a 5-10 minute walk from either the Dome/GWCC/Philips/CNN station on the Blue/Green line or from the Peachtree Center station on the Red/ Gold line, in addition to bus service. The District can also be reached by disembarking at the Centennial Olympic Park stop along the Atlanta Streetcar route.