I got a chance to visit the Georgia Aquarium while I was in Atlanta recently, and I highly recommend it to anyone of any age. The sheer size and and scope of the aquatic life and the tanks that they live in simply amazing. They have 4 Nurse Sharks, 4 Beluga whales, Hammerhead Sharks, Electric eels and my favorite (visually) Sea Nettle Jellyfish, to name a few. I spent four hours in the Aquarium wandering around in awe at all the beautiful aquatic life they have on display. Bringing a camera is fine, as long as you don't use a flash. I shot with my 24-105 mm f4 wide open at 800 iso and wished I had brought my 16-35mm 2.8 for the speed and the wider view to greater show the scope and size of the tanks. The picture with the little girl spinning, and the little boy with the fish right in front of him were taken in front of the largest tank they have, which is made of 24 inch thick plexi-glass weighing 220 tons, brought in in sections. Amazingly, the plexi provides no distortion, so the fish are viewed at their real size through the tank walls. The tank is 33 feet deep and 280 feet long, and holds 2.8 million gallons of sea water. Cool stuff!