Kevin Visits Atlanta’s Awesome Aquarium
When Miss Janet and I walked into this underwater wonderland, I loved seeing the sea life! This isn’t just one fish tank but many habitats for many types of sea creatures.
We saw cold water species including penguins.
We can arrange a birthday party at the aqarium or an overnight stay by reservation. Wouldn’t that be fun?
We saw fish found in Georgia’s warm coastal waters.
We walked through an underwater tunnel while turtles, sharks and other aquatic creatures swam over us.
We saw wonderful 3D and even 4D movies.
We watched while real divers swam on real coral reefs.
I don’t know what I liked best, the lovable sea otters and dolphins or the scary sharks.
If You Go
For more information: (404)581-4000, www.georgiaaquarium.org. See the Kids Corner for computer games and puzzles. For general Atlanta tourism information, (800) ATLANTA, www,atlanta.net
Where to stay: Some Atlanta hotels offer Georgia Aquarium packages.
Insider tips: A security checkpoint screens for chewing gum, knives, fishing gear and other prohibited items. The Aquarium is wheelchair/stroller accessible. Rental wheelchairs are available.
Answer: Above you see a manatee, a fresh water creature that eats aquatic plants and other vegetable matter.
See Miss Janet's recipes for healthy, homemade pocket snacks to have on hand for hungry kids when you're on the go. https://createagorp.blogspot.com