GEORGIA AQUARIUM INTRODUCES IMAGINATION NIGHTS

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Summer after-hours event offers lower ticket price and a more personal aquarium experience

 

ATLANTA (June 27, 2012) – The world’s largest aquarium invites guests to a special summer time evening experience with the launch of “Imagination Nights.” Georgia Aquarium guests visiting Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday evenings between 6 – 9 p.m. will enjoy all of the Aquarium’s exhibits and galleries at the special ticket price of just $19.95 per person, plus tax.

“Imagination Nights is a rare opportunity to enjoy a quieter and more personal experience with our aquatic animals,” said Carey Rountree, senior vice president of sales and marketing for Georgia Aquarium. “We like to call Imagination Nights our “no-rush hour.” We have launched this offer to allow Aquarium guests the chance to visit while saving up to 40 percent off regular admission price.”

A ticket for Imagination Nights provides guests with admission to all six galleries of the Aquarium, the animated film Deepo’s Undersea 3D Wondershow and the special exhibition – “Frogs – A Chorus of Colors.” Café Aquaria and the Aquarium gift shops will also remain open all evening, so guests can enjoy a relaxing dinner or grab a souvenir to commemorate their visit.

Georgia Aquarium only offers this special price of $19.95 plus tax for all ages Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 6 – 9 p.m. until August 9. This ticket price is not valid with other combo tickets or offers, and is not valid July 3, 4 or 5. Tickets can be purchased online or at the Aquarium.

On Friday nights during the summer, Georgia Aquarium offers its Summer SoundWaves Concert Series, presented by Kia.  Guests enjoy a wide variety of live music by popular local artists, a cash bar and a special Sound Bites dinner menu from exclusive caterer Wolfgang Puck Catering.  Ticket information and a list of performers can be found at www.georgiaaquarium.org.

For more information on Georgia Aquarium or Imagination Nights, please visit www.georgiaaquarium.org  or call 404-581-4000.

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