The Georgia Aquarium announced earlier this week that they will be reopening to the public on Monday, June 15thafter being closed for 3 months due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Even though the aquarium was closed to the public, employees still
continued to care for the countless animals that live there. They even welcome a new beluga whale calfon May 17th.
All Georgia Farm Bureau members are eligible for discounted tickets. For more information on how you can purchase your discounted tickets visit www.georgiaaquarium.org/gfbmembers
The staff at the Georgia Aquarium have made a few changes to ensure the safety of their guests, animals and employees.
- Tickets are only valid during the time block selected. (9am-12pm) (1pm-4pm) or (5pm-8pm) This ensures time to clean and sanitize the exhibits between visitor groups. Also, Aquarium capacity is very limited during this time to allow for proper social
- All guests must consent to a contactless temperature scan prior to entering the building. Anyone that exhibits a temperature of 100.4° or higher will not be permitted to enter.
- Georgia Aquarium strongly suggests that all guests who are able to wear a mask, do so. All staff members are required to wear masks and souvenir masks will be available for purchase.
- All unique experiences are temporarily suspended. This includes behind-the-scenes tours, sleepovers, and animal interactions shows.
- All tickets are now single price regardless of arrival time.
- The Aquarium main entrance will be closed. Guests will be assigned a designated alternate entrance with their ticket purchase and will receive a suggested tour route to make their way through the facility.
For additional information and a frequently asked questions page visit https://www.georgiaaquarium.org/reopening/
Watch a special message from Georgia Aquarium’s CEO here.