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Flint RiverQuarium

117 Pine Avenue

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The Flint RiverQuarium, a one-of-a-kind adventure in Albany, Georgia, featuring a unique blue hole spring with more than 120 mysterious creatures Located on the banks  of the Flint River, the Flint RiverQuarium tells the story of the Flint River and the blue hole springs that helped create it. Visitors can experience the unique ecosystems of the Flint River watershed through a variety of interactive exhibits featuring more than 100 species of native aquatic life. A recent aviary addition also gives visitors a close-up look at a wide variety of birds found in the surrounding wetland habitat.

Other ongoing programming, such as dive shows, alligator feedings and animal presentations, ensure that every visit has something new to offer.

Explore the world around you like never before with interactive exhibits and face-to-face encounters with the creatures and fish native to south Georgia.

     The Flint RiverQuarium promotes conservation through aquatic exhibits and educational, entertaining experiences that engage diverse audiences by interpreting the unique ecosystems of the Flint River watershed.



Saturday, June 9, 2018
Very nice exhibits. Lots of different fish and turtles. Enjoyed it very much. My son really liked the tunnels for little ones to crawl in and explore. We used a Groupon which was great--$9 for 2 adults, young kids free. We also enjoyed the splash pad & park next door and the ice cream place across the street.

Joy McClanahan

Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Such a gem! We really enjoyed our visit here. There are a lot of species to see, including fish, turtles & tortoises (including snapping and alligator snapping turtles), salamanders, eels, alligators and even birds. There are large, well-designed viewing areas that really allow you to take in the full experience, as well as smaller exhibits that you can see up close. Don't miss the hatchery -- seeing shark eggs & tiny baby turtles was a highlight of our visit.

Kevin Wilson

Sunday, June 3, 2018
Had a good time. There is a bird house and a nature trail. If you love wildlife and want somewhere cheap for a family trip this is a good place to go.

Minisha Johnson

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
The aquarium was small in size, but it was really nice. They had different species of fish that were really unique. The building went in a spiraling circle so you end up back where you started. They have elevators and stairs for those that can't make the trip. The aviary was neat work pretty birds. Sign says birds may land on you which made me nervous but over all I enjoyed myself. It's a nice place to take the kids and other groups

Holly Wells

Sunday, March 25, 2018
We took our grandchildren to Flint RiverQuarium during Spring break and we all had a wonderful time. It is a great and inexpensive way for family time. If you haven't gone, you need to load the kids and go. Money well spent for the memories.

Flint RiverQuarium is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media