1. James Burkett

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    Good overall experience. I’d suggest buying the “experience ticket” which is almost $50 (as of 10/2014) but gets you into the aquarium, butterfly and insect house, imax, and zoo. It’s definitely worth the money if you’re in NOLA for awhile and plan to visit some of those places anyways.

  2. Katie Chism

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    Loved the experience! The otters were my favorite part. 🙂 very knowledgable staff.

  3. Arleth Alvarez

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    The pectruca look good

  4. TDDC DNINC

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    They really need to redesign this place, modernize it and bring in a larger tank to incorporate some larger mammals like a Whale shark and more rare sea creatures, this place was once the largest of it’s kind and one that other cities modeled their Aquariums after but The Georgia Aquarium put the breaks on Aquarium of America’s when it opened and dropped a giant behemoth beast into their tank and designed their building for growth and modern upgrades, the only thing bad about Ga Aquarium is its in the middle of nowhere and it look more like a giant church and less like an aquarium on the outside however the only saving grace to visit this aquarium of America’s is that you get to leave out to a vibrant exciting city with lots to do and your right by the riverwalk that’s being revitalized to be skateboard parks, a huge jogging/ river viewing path, interactive ground water fountain, courts, shopping centers and condo’s, where in Atlanta you walk back to your car and go home because there’s nothing around for MILES!

  5. Loretta Cochran

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    The only reason for three stars is the seahorses. If you have been to the Georgia or Tennessee Aquariums you will be very disappointed. Small and most tanks were dirty.