Over 2 Million Guests Visit SeaQuest Every Year

We bring the majestic wonders of our planet, ranging from rainforests and deserts to exotic marine life. These exhibits create an exciting quest for visitors as they make their way through an Icelandic Fishing Village, the Great Wall of China, to the Amazon River and beyond. Guests are encouraged to connect with animals and learn about their ecosystems through various hands-on activities which include hand-feeding sharks, stingrays, birds, and tropical animals.

Anyone in search of a more daring experience can enjoy walk-in aviaries, coming face-to-face with crocodilians by feeding the caiman, or snorkeling in the premier 36,000-gallon exhibit filled with reef sharks, stingrays, and hundreds of tropical fish. SeaQuest offers a private event venue ideal for school field trips, birthday parties, and more.

At a Glance: Our Animals by the Numbers

Last year, at SeaQuest, we celebrated 1,213 live births from eight species, giving us the ability to help with conservation of endangered, vulnerable, and threatened animals.


Two-toed Sloth

*Threatened Species*



*Critically Endangered*


Asian Small-clawed Otters

*Vulnerable Species*

Through our community outreach initiatives, SeaQuest partners with organizations and local nonprofits that uphold our commitment to support children’s programs, including those that provide better homes for children through foster parent programs, benefit children who are ill or who have disabilities, as well as offering discounted field trips for Title One Schools.

SeaQuest is grateful to be actively involved in both preserving and saving the lives of many animals that would otherwise not survive in the wild, rehabilitating injured animals and even acting as an exotic pet rescue for animals such as parakeets and iguanas that need rehoming.