SeaQuest Utah Reviews
I brought my grandkids the other day and had a great time. We talked with a staff member named Eva-Marie, she was so fun and shared so much information with us. My grandkids want to go back you see.... more »
I went with four grandchildren and their parents from out of State during Thanksgiving week. This is excellent for chilf\dren.The price is a tad spendy, but how they use the proceeeds to feed and... more »
Always fun for the kids. The season pass is well worth it. My kids love going here to feed the animals. Staff is always friendly. A downside is sometimes the pet whisperers are hard to find if you want to talk to someone
This place is pretty cool. Took me a bit to find it since I didn't know it was on the first floor and you'll more than likely come in on the second. It's a little pricey ($16ish), but expected. It's expensive to feed the sea creatures and other animals and to get expert help to take care of them. Everything inside is interactive, just make sure to wash your hands at the stations that are located in almost each room. I was able to feed the Manta Rays. They were so adorable💘💘. When you feed them, expect to get splashed. You can also go into the animals enclosures (supervised) and interactive with the birds 🐦, iguanas🦎, tortoises🐢, etc. If you want to the feed the sea creatures there's a little machine in one of the rooms where you can convert your money to tokens. You use these tokens for the vending machine. In the capsules are their food (genius). Should probably go at certain times since it can get rather crowded, especially with little kids running everywhere and the animals already so done. Soon as I made another round to some of the rooms (were went at this point sure to everyone at the bird show), the animals cake out of their shell 🥁🥁📀.Those animals are really patient, I'll say. Definitely worth a trip.
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