In just 10 short years, Georgia Aquarium has established itself as a leader in not-for-profit research, education, and conservation. Georgia Aquarium is a premier aquatic science education institution that has attracted over 20 million visitors since its opening, including 950,000 students and educators.
How much do you know about whale sharks?
They’re among the biggest creatures you can ever hope to see in the ocean, and they’re as mysterious as they are large.
Behind the scenes at Georgia Aquarium's Tropical Diver
Get a glimpse behind the scenes at the Indo-Pacific reef tank in Georgia Aquarium's Tropical Diver gallery.
Providing rescue, rehabilitation and a home for animals in need
Providing rescue, rehabilitation and a home for animals in need at Georgia Aquarium
Diving into Water Quality Month
Celebrate this month by learning about the process behind monitoring and testing water quality at Georgia Aquarium.
Puffins, Murres, Guillemots – Oh My!
Georgia Aquarium opens a new seabird exhibit in the Cold Water Quest.
First Successful Wild Whale Shark Health Assessments Performed
The scientific milestone will expand the community’s understanding of this endangered species
Can You Identify These Aquatic Creatures?
How well do you know your aquatic animals? Take a close look — and take your best guess at who's who. Then "sea" the bigger picture to learn the truth.
Testing the Waters at Georgia Aquarium
Georgia Aquarium contains more than 10 million gallons of water, and all that water requires plenty of daily testing and TLC.
Turning Ideas to Reality
Georgia Aquarium recently acquired a 3-D printer and is one of the only aquariums in the world using this technology to produce working parts.