SeaQuest now open!
Posted June 10, 2019
Get ready to go on a Quest around the world without ever leaving Minnesota. SeaQuest Roseville opens in Rosedale Center to annual passport members this weekend!
Rosedale Center is now home to over 1,000 animals representing five continents. The 23,000 square-foot space offers guests an interactive animal experience. To celebrate the grand opening, the SeaQuest annual “passport” membership 50% off sale has been extended until May 5th and available online at roseville.visitseaquest.com.
This newest SeaQuest location at Rosedale Center features numerous interactive adventures such as exotic sea life in Caribbean Cove, tropical birds in the Amazon Rainforest, Mammals in the Grasslands of Denmark, reptiles in the Egyptian Desert, as well as otters, sharks and eels waiting to be hand-fed along the Great Wall of China.
“We are very excited to open our doors this weekend,” said Sean Sullivan, SeaQuest Roseville General Manager. “Guests will go on a Quest around the world, where they can swim with stingrays and sharks, hand feed birds, pet reptiles and so much more.”
SeaQuest Rosedale will initially open exclusively to members at 12pm on May 3rd, where they will enjoy private access and be the first to interact with thousands of species. The general public can visit SeaQuest starting Monday, May 6th. For tickets and other information visit our website at roseville.visitseaquest.com.