GoGreen Conservation Campaign at SeaQuest

Why on EARTH is SeaQuest Giving Away One Million Tickets Valued at $25,000,000?!

Because – EARTH! That’s Why!


SeaQuest is committed to protecting our world’s oceans, wildlife, and endangered animals. We focus on proactively sharing solutions and educating the public about environmental issues. As humans develop meaningful bonds with animals, genuine care and interest in our shared planet becomes a reality.


Tips for an Amazing Experience at SeaQuest

  Admission tickets allow you to see and experience over 300 species across five continents. While Admission is FREE, we suggest you bring an extra $10 per person, as the best SeaQuest experience involves interacting with animals, which is not included with the admission price.


  On busy days, you’ll see a QR code virtual line available at the locations where all guests check in via text message and shop around the mall or grab a bite to eat if there is a wait.


Please view the video below for more information about how to experience SeaQuest best.



How to Get Free Admission to SeaQuest


FREE Tickets At SeaQuest -- Monday thru Thursday!



Use the code GOGREENFREE at online checkout and receive 4 FREE ADMISSION TICKETS, good for use Monday – Thursday.  


Unable to attend Monday-Thursday? Use the code GOGREEN10 at online checkout and get 4 FREE ADMISSION TICKETS when you purchase the 5-feeding token package for only $10 per person; that’s a $25 per person savings on the weekend admission ticket! Available for use on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. 

A portion of the proceeds will go towards local conservation efforts.


GoGreen tickets are unavailable from November 20th through November 26th and Expire December 21st, 2023. They cannot be used the same day as purchase.

Offer not available at the Lynchburg location.

Read below to learn more about significant environmental challenges with the planet and how you can be part of the solution.

The dangers of overfishing



Overfishing is the taking of wildlife from the sea at rates too high for fished species to replace themselves. Several aquatic species have been victims of this treacherous method of fishing. More simply, overfishing is catching too many fish at once, so the breeding population becomes too depleted to recover. Overfishing often goes hand in hand with wasteful types of commercial fishing that produce amounts of unwanted fish or other animals. These animals are then discarded, and as a result, nearly a third of the world’s assessed fisheries are in significant danger. Learn more about our conservation efforts in our Guide to Overfishing here.


Rain forest conservation at SeaQuest



Deforestation occurs when forests are converted to non-forest uses, such as agriculture and road construction. Forest degradation occurs when forest ecosystems lose their capacity to provide important goods and services to people and nature. Deforestation can also be seen as the removal of forests leading to several imbalances ecologically and environmentally and resulting in declines in habitat and biodiversity. Learn more about our conservation efforts in our Guide to Deforestation here.

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