Atlanta — CityPASS® has always been one of the best ways to stretch your travel budget. Now, thanks to an extended 30-day validity on the tickets, it’s also the best way to stretch the time you have to visit Atlanta’s top attractions, including the Georgia Aquarium, which is poised to open the SHARKS! Predators of the Deep gallery this Friday.
Years in the making, Georgia Aquarium’s long-awaited and newest gallery is one of the largest shark exhibits anywhere in the world. Featuring many unique elements and state-of-the-art technology, the gallery guarantees an unforgettable interaction with one of nature’s most formidable apex predators. Five different species of sharks—hammerheads, silvertips, sand tigers, tiger sharks and silky sharks—are featured in the 20-foot-deep, 185-foot-long exhibit and can be spotted in the floor-to-ceiling acrylic windows. Joining the sharks are thousands of shimmering pilchard fish, swimming and schooling throughout the 1.2 million-gallon saltwater tank.
Thrilling new interactive experiences, including a dive cage that moves through the exhibit underwater, also will be available to guests (no diving certification required). Guided by Georgia Aquarium Dive staff, the 2.5-hour shark cage dive promises to be one of the most thrilling museum experiences ever designed. The dive cage encounter opens in 2021; advance reservations are necessary and can be made now through the Georgia Aquarium website.
For those who are ready to start exploring Atlanta but don’t want to venture too far from home, CityPASS is increasing the usual nine-day validity period on its admission tickets to a full 30 days. That gives local and regional travelers a full month in which to use their CityPASS admissions.
The extended 30-day validity is valid on all Atlanta CityPASS tickets activated (first used) between now and Feb. 28, 2021.
CityPASS tickets save travelers more than 40% off combined admission to five of Atlanta’s best attractions. Atlanta CityPASS tickets include prepaid admission to:
- Georgia Aquarium, including the new Sharks! Predators of the Deep Gallery
- World of Coca-Cola
- Plus your choice of any three of the following attractions:
- Zoo Atlanta
- Fernbank Museum of Natural History
- College Football Hall of Fame
- National Center for Civil and Human Rights
Atlanta CityPASS pricing: $77 for adults; $63 for children age 3-12.
In this new normal, travelers want to feel secure about their vacation decisions. Thankfully, CityPASS and its partner attractions are:
Safe — Stringent new cleaning protocols and social distancing measures at the Atlanta attractions are designed to keep visitors safe and healthy. To better manage guest numbers, some attractions now require advance reservations. For more information and to reserve times, visit the Atlanta CityPASS Travel Guide.
Trustworthy — CityPASS has been a trusted brand for nearly a quarter of a century, with more than 23 million tickets sold to date. CityPASS tickets have a 97% customer recommendation rating. Read our reviews here.
Flexible — Travel plans unexpectedly changing? No worries. CityPASS has a 365-day risk-free return policy on unused tickets. Want to spread your attraction visits out over several weekends? Not a problem. For many CityPASS partner destinations, travelers now have 30 days in which to use their admission tickets.
About CityPASS: For more than 20 years, CityPASS tickets have been premier products for travelers who want to visit a destination’s top attractions while enjoying significant savings. CityPASS tickets, which have a 97% customer recommendation rating, are currently available in 14 North American destinations: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, New York City, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Seattle, Southern California, Tampa Bay and Toronto. To date, more than 23 million CityPASS tickets have been sold to savvy travelers. For more information, visit CityPASS.com.
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