1. Volunteer!

Volunteering at Georgia Aquarium gives you the ability to share your passion for the aquatic world and make a difference by giving back in the local community. Volunteer opportunities are available in many different areas of the Aquarium, including: Guest Services, Gallery Interpretation, Education Programs and Behind the Scenes. If you have a passion for animals and people then this is the opportunity for you.

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  1. Attend one of our luxury Eco Tours

From South Africa to the Seychelles – Come aboard a 2,000 mile, 16-day journey with us. This extraordinary expedition will take you to places that few people will ever have the privilege of seeing. This Eco Tour gives people the unique opportunity to learn about research and conservation in relation to our oceans while traveling the world.

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  1. Become a member

A membership to Georgia Aquarium helps to support our research and conservation efforts while providing guests the unique opportunity to see incredible marine animals as much as they like. Memberships include many extra benefits including guest passes as well as discounts on exclusive opportunities.

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  1. Learn more at our Science on Tap lecture series

Science on Tap is a seasonal event that features an exclusive science-focused lecture series. Enjoy adult-only beverages and snacks while hearing from some of the scientific community.

Stayed tuned for our next Science on Tap and featured speaker

  1. Participate in an encounter

Our animal encounter programs are a great way for guests to experience the awe of marine animals up close. Georgia Aquarium offers several exciting experiences that educate, engage and create memorable connections between people and animals. The primary goal of these encounters is to give guests an unforgettable experience while creating a lasting knowledge of conservation related to these animals. Don’t miss our brand-new animal interaction: our Seal Encounter! Get up-close with one of our harbor seals and learn more about these arctic animals.

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