Atlanta: Home of the Georgia Aquarium

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Largest Aquarium In The U.s.

The Georgia Aquarium is the second largest aquarium in the world. It is complete with many events, collections, and exhibitions where countless citizens and tourists come to see for themselves.

The aquarium acts as the largest viewing windows in the world giving the people an awesome experience by witnessing over tens of thousands of animals swim all over those 10 million gallons of water.

If you’re in Atlanta already or planning your trip, just remember that your phone is what holds your ticket, and not only what acts as your camera. That said, you are encouraged to be in contact with a reliable hard drive data recovery service provider  to make sure you’ll be able to retrieve your ticket information and code, along with the precious pictures you’ll take.

The Largest Aquarium in the U.S.

The Georgia Aquarium is a scientific institution that aims to promote the conservation of aquatic biodiversity by entertaining and educating many people, featuring exhibits and programs with the highest of standards and also offers engaging experiences for guests.

They are in partnership with many academic, government and non-profit organizations as well, to go hand in hand with the same purpose of conservation.

The Georgia Aquarium offers so many events like their innovative “Yoga by the Water” where you break a sweat in their unique studio, they have lecture series with professional and awareness drives. On their daily schedules, which you can see on their site, there are dive shows, dolphin and/or whale encounters, penguin waddling, feeding and more.

Every person of all ages can be entertained here. From toddler activities to grown-up ones, they’ve got it for you. Also, they have promos and packages for you so check out their site and their daily schedules now to see what’s on next.

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If you want some nature relaxation, visit Atlanta Botanical Garden. The garden isn’t just all about beauty, it’s got some brains too! They’ve got two nationally recognized conservation programs focused on saving native Georgia orchids and rare frogs from all over the world.

Did you know that Coca-Cola came from a humble beginning? It started with a pharmacist in Atlanta named Dr. John S. Pemberton. It was in the year 1886 when he was simply curious about the taste of sparkling beverages and wanted to create a distinct one that would be sold at soda fountains.

More Than A Ticket

Your ticket is not just a barcode you carry on your phone or a piece of paper you present then put in your pocket. From your purchasing, they are able to get expert care and the love that they deserve. Your ticket is your gateway to being connected to something bigger than yourself and something that you don’t usually see.

We affect these hidden creatures and our waters in more ways that we could imagine. For something as mundane as buying products that once thrown are harmful to the environment, particularly to the homes of these aquatic animals.

These “little” things that we do can become and apparently already is, the largest problem when all of us are kept unaware or just stubborn.  

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If you hadn’t known, the Georgia Aquarium is a nonprofit organization. They are committed to inspiring awareness to people from around the world about its state. Also, the preservation of our oceans and aquatic animals is in dire need and is very urgent.

Now, their mission is to treat every animal with tender love and care so they concentrate their research in conservation activities that matter. If ever you want to help go to their site and see how you can.

If you want some theatre action, Fox Theatre is the perfect destination for you and your family. Although it is already almost a hundred years old, this theater has set an excellent example of how theaters should look like and be.

Mark your calendar for the yearly Olympics, where all the best contenders around the world will battle for the gold.

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