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It's been a strange and difficult year for travel, but it's a great time to gear up for the next adventure. If you need gifts for the travelers in your life, we have a few suggestions.
Made famous by the Dolphin Tale movies, Clearwater Marine Aquarium is all about rescue, rehab and release. All of the animals on public display are rescues that couldn't survive on their own in the wild. In addition to its famous dolphin residents, you'll also find sea turtles, pelicans, otters, sharks, stingrays and more.
Are you an aficionado of skyscrapers? Or a traveler seeking high-altitude observation points? Maybe you're a thrill-seeker craving an experiential journey into the sky. If so, the Edge at Hudson Yards is a must for your bucket list.
As museums, zoos, aquariums, observation towers, theme parks and other attractions begin to welcome back guests, a new normal has emerged for visiting. While you can still expect the same great views, fascinating exhibits, animal encounters, culture, and entertainment, some things will look, feel and operate differently. Here's what you can expect when planning an in-person visit.
Georgia Aquarium is teeming with over 500 species of aquatic animals from around the world. Experience 10 million gallons of awe-inspiring wonders in more than 60 habitats. Learn about whale sharks, beluga whales, manta rays, penguins and sea lions, and don't forget to check out the Dolphin Celebration presentations.
From native wildlife to critically endangered species that serve as animal ambassadors to their counterparts in the wild, more than 1000 animals call Zoo Atlanta home. The zoo, an accredited member of the Association of Zoos and Aquariums, is one of only four zoos in the U.S. to house rare giant pandas.