SeaQuest Folsom Scheduled to Open at Palladio Mall in Fall 2018!

SeaQuest Folsom Scheduled to Open at Palladio Mall in Fall 2018!

Folsom, California will gain a one-of-a-kind attraction this Fall when the new SeaQuest opens at Palladio Mall. Construction is well under way and on schedule for the planned Fall 2018 opening. Family entertainment will be the primary focus of SeaQuest, with hands on exhibits including reptiles, sharks, stingrays, and other interactive animals.

This newest SeaQuest location will feature over 20,000-square-feet of interactive adventures such as exotic sea life in the South Pacific, tropical birds in the Amazon Rainforest, reptiles in the Egyptian Desert, along with otters, sharks and eels waiting to be hand fed along the Great Wall of China, and much more. Designed as a ‘Quest of Edutainment’, visitors to SeaQuest will journey through realistically themed exhibits where they will connect with the animals through various hands on encounters such as feeding sharks, stingrays, capybara, asian small clawed otters, giant sulcata tortoises, large exotic birds species, and thousands of other creatures along the way.

“SeaQuest is very excited to open this newest location here at Palladio Mall in Folsom,” added Vince Covino, SeaQuest CEO, “we’re bringing an exciting Quest that every guest takes around the world, and we can’t wait to open our doors!”

SeaQuest will initially open exclusively to Members to preview, enjoy exclusive access and be the first to interact with 1000’s of species. To celebrate the grand opening of the coming attraction, up to 50% off Annual Passports are available at
https://folsom.visitseaquest.com/annual-memberships/ for a limited time.

To learn more about SeaQuest Folsom and find answers to your questions, please visit the FAQ page here.

The Final Countdown Is On – New SeaQuest Opening in Littleton is just around the corner!

The Final Countdown Is On – New SeaQuest Opening in Littleton is just around the corner!

Final days to save 50% Off annual passports, birthday parties and snorkeling sessions – Sale ends May 25th.

After much anticipation, SeaQuest’s newest location opens its doors exclusively to Annual Passport holders at 10:00 am on Saturday, May 26th.

Located at Southwest Plaza in Littleton, Colorado, this new facility will feature more than 20,000 square feet of interactive adventures from all across the globe, including exotic sea life in the South Pacific; tropical birds at the Amazon Rainforest; reptiles from the Egyptian Desert; otters, sharks, eels and other animals at The Great Wall of China exhibit, and much more.

During the members only preview, SeaQuest Annual Passport holders will have the privilege of being the first to experience an amazing “quest” around the world as they journey through specially themed exhibits which offer various hands on encounters like hand feeding sharks, stingrays, birds and other animals​. SeaQuesters can also take “shelfies” with their new best friends.

 For those seeking an elevated adventure, the new SeaQuest offers the highly interactive “Snorkel With Stingrays Encounter” where guests suit up and enter a 40,000-gallon swim tank filled with more than 40 diverse species of marine life! During the encounter, snorkelers are able to safely interact up close with sharks, stingrays, and other animals – an experience most non-coastal residents rarely have.

 Now through May 25th, annual passports, snorkeling with stingray and birthday parties can all be purchased at half price. That means $69.95 buys a family of 5 an Annual Passport that provides unlimited animal interactions and “Questing” around five continents and over 1500 animals for an entire year. Snorkeling with stingrays encounters are also half price, making it only $19.98 per person (plus admission for non members). During the pre-open sale, birthday parties for a group of ten are just $99.95.

The SeaQuest members only preview is Saturday and Sunday, May 26th – 27th.  To learn more about the new SeaQuest Littleton and take advantage of the 50% off pre-opening sale, visit Littleton.VisitSeaQuest.com/.

1,200 animals are headed to Littleton’s new SeaQuest interactive aquarium inside Southwest Plaza mall

1,200 animals are headed to Littleton’s new SeaQuest interactive aquarium inside Southwest Plaza mall

Teams of construction workers are creating a 20,000-square-foot aquatic world

 

PUBLISHED: March 22, 2018 at 4:35 pm | UPDATED: March 22, 2018 at 7:10 pm

 

Have you ever wanted to pet an otter? Later this year, you’ll get your chance. About 1,200 animals — 300 species — will soon call Littleton’s Southwest Plaza mall home.

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium is expanding its reach to the Denver suburb. It already has locations in Las Vegas, Fort Worth, Texas, and Layton, Utah.

“The mall reached out to us,” said Elsa Macdonald, national marketing director for SeaQuest, as part of an effort to boost the shopping center’s industry. All of SeaQuest’s current locations are inside malls.

Teams of construction workers are creating a 20,000-square-foot aquatic world on the plaza’s lower level, next to Dillard’s. By late spring, the concrete slabs will mimic tropical forests, underwater utopias and frigid, arctic expanses. Room to room, visitors will be able to feed and touch animals from around the globe.

“We’re trying to transition throughout the entire world,” general manager Grant Carter said of the upcoming exhibits.

Carter said he expects visitors will get the chance to come face-to-face with species they may have never heard of, including his favorite, the coatimundi, which he described adoringly as a “raccoon-monkey.” Additionally, visitors will be able to swim with stingrays, take selfies with sharks and snuggle with snakes.

“The kids just light up when they’re able to touch the animals and interact with them,” Carter added.

What makes SeaQuest different from other aquariums? It is designed to be hands-on — not only with animals, but also with the community. Macdonald said SeaQuest hopes to be an integral part of nearby neighborhoods by supporting local nonprofits, hosting field trips for kids, working with STEM students of all ages and even acting as a tropical pet rescue for animals such as parakeets and iguanas.

Educational stations throughout the aquarium will teach visitors about several topics, including different climates and the importance of conservation.

More than 400,000 people visited SeaQuest locations last year, Macdonald said. She hopes to increase that number with the addition of the Littleton location and another in Southern California.

So, if you’ve ever wanted to work at an aquarium, now’s your chance.

“Mermaids are real at SeaQuest,” Carter said, hinting at an available job title. “The hiring process (for several positions) will be ramping up within the next few weeks.”

Presale and discounted passes are available online until the end of the month at littleton.visitseaquest.com. Regular day passes begin at $9.95 per person at other SeaQuest locations. For more information, go to visitseaquest.com.

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium:

Southwest Plaza, 8501 W. Bowles Ave., Littleton

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SeaQuest Announces New Location In Folsom, CA

SeaQuest Announces New Location In Folsom, CA

The new attraction will open at Palladio at Broadstone in Fall 2018

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium is proud to announce the opening of a new location Fall 2018 in Folsom, Calif., at popular lifestyle center Palladio at Broadstone. Construction has begun on the new family entertainment facility, which focuses on hands-on exhibits including reptiles, birds, mammals, sharks, stingrays and other interactive animals.

“We’re very excited to bring SeaQuest to Folsom,” said Vince Covino, SeaQuest CEO. “As guests interact up close with the diverse array of exotic species we have planned, our goal is to create a fun and memorable experience. If we can do that, an appreciation of our planet and our environment will become a real priority in their lives.”

This newest SeaQuest location will feature more than 22,000 square feet of interactive adventures such as exotic sea life in Caribbean Cove, tropical birds in Amazon Rainforest, reptiles in Egyptian Desert, otters, sharks and eels waiting to be hand fed along The Great Wall of China and much more. Designed as a “Quest of Edutainment,” visitors to SeaQuest will journey through realistically themed exhibits where they will connect with animals through various hands-on encounters such as feeding sharks, stingrays, capybara, Asian small-clawed otters, giant Sulcata tortoises, large exotic birds species and thousands of other creatures along the way.

“The Palladio in Folsom is the perfect fit for SeaQuest,” said Gloria Wright, general manager of Palladio at Broadstone. “We pride ourselves on bringing unique experiences to the region, and this very fun, interactive, family-friendly destination will be a huge hit with residents and tourists alike.”

The new facility will initially open exclusively to SeaQuest members who will enjoy private access and be the first to interact with thousands of species. To celebrate SeaQuest, guests can take advantage of up to 50% off annual membership “passports” by visiting Folsom.VisitSeaQuest.com through the end of the month.

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium currently has facilities in Las Vegas, Fort Worth, Texas, and Layton, Utah. Another new facility is scheduled to open in Littleton, Colo., on June 1, 2018.

About SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium

SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium features 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 five continents during their visit. Guests are encouraged to connect with animals and learn about their ecosystems through various hands-on activities that include hand-feeding sharks, stingrays, birds and tropical animals. Anyone in search of a more daring experience can enjoy walk-in aviaries, feed sharks or snorkel in the premier 45,000-gallon exhibit filled with reef sharks, stingrays and hundreds of tropical fish. SeaQuest offers STEM-based field trips and hosts private events.

SeaQuest Brings Ultimate Interactive Aquarium Experience to Fort Worth

SeaQuest Brings Ultimate Interactive Aquarium Experience to Fort Worth

With final preparations underway, the new SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium in Fort Worth will be celebrating their biggest location yet with an Exclusive Member Only Opening on October 30th, 2017, following by opening to the general public on Nov 4th. Grand Opening ceremonies and ribbon cutting will be held on November 11, 2017.

“SeaQuest is very excited to open our biggest, Texas sized location here at Ridgmar Mall in Fort Worth,” said Vince Covino, SeaQuest CEO, “we’ve added three new very exciting world destinations to the Quest that every guest takes around the world, so we can’t wait for the community to see the designs and species that await!”

This newest SeaQuest location will feature over 27,000-square-feet of interactive adventures such as exotic sea life in Caribbean Cove, tropical birds in our Mayan Exhibit, rainforest reptiles in the Egyptian Desert and Australian Outback, Sharks and Eels waiting to be hand fed near the Great Wall of China, and more. Designed as a ‘Quest of Edutainment’, visitors to SeaQuest will journey through realistically themed exhibits where they will connect with the animals through various hands on encounters such as feeding sharks, stingrays, capybara, giant sulcata tortoises, large exotic birds species, and thousands of other creatures along the way.

SeaQuest Fort Worth General Manager, Cody Wood stated, “The Fort Worth community has been incredibly supportive and excited, so we can’t wait for families to come enjoy the educational and interactive experience offered at SeaQuest.” He added, “the involvement from schools and local businesses and non profits has been very encouraging, so we’re excited to give back to this community as we become a top destination in the area.”

Members are encouraged to come before opening to the public to enjoy less crowds and be the first to interact with 1000’s of species! The public Grand Opening Celebration begins promptly at 9:45am on Nov 11th,and will be fun for all ages, complete with a ribbon cutting ceremony highlighted by local dignitaries,, special activities with mermaids, face painting, live bird and reptile shows, prize drawings and entertainers.. Annual memberships are 50% for the rest of the week to celebrate the coming attraction. 50% Off memberships can be purchased at the SeaQuest website at www.seaquestaquariums.com/fortworth/.

Sea Quest Interactive Aquarium to Open at Layton Hills Mall Fall 2016

Sea Quest Interactive Aquarium to Open at Layton Hills Mall Fall 2016

Unique attraction projects 500,000 visitors in first year

Layton, UT (March 24, 2016) – Layton Hills Mall is excited to announce it will soon be home to SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium. The 20,000 sq. ft. indoor attraction, located on the mall’s lower level at Center Court, is slated to open late summer 2016.

Brad Boyle, owner and operator of SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium, has selected Layton Hills Mall to serve as the aquarium’s flagship location. “We are excited to be part of the Layton/Davis County community and bring this interactive experience to so many kids of all ages.  We will have space for corporate events, birthday parties, high school dances and many other activities for groups looking for a unique experience”.

“We are constantly looking for opportunities to enhance the customer experience at Layton Hills Mall,” said Linda Kelley, General Manager. “This interactive aquarium will be an asset to the center and attract families from all over Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.”

SeaQuest brings to Layton the majestic wonders of our planet, ranging from rainforests and deserts to exotic marine life. Themed exhibits create an exciting quest for visitors as they make their way through the California Coast to the Amazon River. Guests are invited to connect with animals and their eco-systems 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, feeding caiman alligators or snorkeling in the premier 40,000 gallon exhibit filled with reef sharks, stingrays and hundreds of tropical fish.

Sea Quest Interactive Aquarium is an ideal venue for school field trips, birthday parties, and private events. For more information visit www.seaquestaquariums.com

About Layton Hills Mall:

Layton Hills Mall is owned and managed by CBL & Associates Properties, Inc. of Chattanooga, Tennessee, (NYSE:CBL). Layton Hills Mall features more than 100 great specialty shops and is anchored by JCPenney, Macy’s and Dick’s Sporting Goods. Additional information can be found at ShopLaytonHills.com.

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