Even if you're in the mood for going out, that doesn't mean you can't explore the outside world virtually. You definitely don't have to miss out on one of Atlanta's most popular hangouts. Georgia Aquarium has live cameras streaming so you can observe the marine life from the comfort of your own home. 

Georgia Aquarium houses a plethora of unique undersea creatures in over one million cubic feet of water. As the largest aquarium in the world, there is always lots to see and you can catch all the action via webcam from your own computer.

Want to take a breather while you are working from home this week? The ocean voyager cam will help ease your boredom and may provide some virtual therapy amid all the chaos.

Even without booking a visit to the aquarium, you can still discover hundreds of fish, rays, whale sharks and more as they swarm peacefully in their habitat.

The high definition quality of the cam is so clear, it's almost as if you were face-to-face with the actual tanks.

In addition to ocean voyager, you can check up on one of the most beloved species here — belugas.

The beluga whale cam provides endless entertainment as these adorable creatures swim and play freely.

Another one of these cuties has recently joined the Georgia Aquarium fam this spring because a baby calf arrived back in May!

You can also watch the California sea otters, African penguins, puffins and the tropical diver coral cam that may have you feeling like you're looking straight into the depths of the Great Barrier Reef.

You are also likely to find some serenity on the jellies cam as the mystical creatures sway gracefully in their vibrant blue habitats.

Thanks to technology, you can venture through some of the best parts of the aquarium without even leaving your couch.

You can also look forward to seeing the massive $100M shark exhibit arriving this fall.


Georgia Aquarium Live Cams

Price: Free

Why You Need To Go: Explore the amazing animals of the aquarium without leaving your home.

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