The Permanent Exhibits of the Flint RiverQuarium
The highlight of the Flint RiverQuarium is the amazing 175,000-gallon 22-foot deep RiverQuarium Blue Hole Spring, showcasing Southwest Georgia’s unique underwater world. Explore it from the surface to the depths through a panorama of discovery points. See more than 120 kinds of fish, turtles, alligators, snapping turtles and other creatures that make the RiverQuarium Blue Hole their home.
The Flint River Gallery features both freshwater and saltwater tanks, plus a live fish hatchery, to give you a first-hand look at life all along the river’s path. Follow the Flint River’s amazing 350-mile journey and learn about the vital role the river plays in sustaining life for thousands of curious creatures.
Discovery Caverns puts you in control of nature with fun games and eye-opening exhibits. Control the weather. Change the way a river flows. Explore an underground cave to uncover mysterious subterranean creatures.
The World of Water gives you an insider’s view of other rivers around the globe that share similar features and challenges with the Flint.
Spring Run Creek is where the alligators lurk. Looking through the all glass aquarium, visitors are submerged into the habitat of these ancient reptiles.
The Cypress Pond Aviary recently opened featuring birds of the Flint River watershed.
The Adventure Center, across the plaza from the RiverQuarium, houses the Harry and Jane Willson Exhibition Hall, which features traveling exhibits.