Opening January 29th, 2015
As an ambassador of SEA LIFE of Michigan I was invited to tour the aquarium last Thursday along with a few Michigan bloggers and working members of the media. This was my first time seeing the aquarium with my own eyes.
Here’s a couple highlights of Michigan’s newest and biggest aquarium.
- Underwater Ocean Tunnel
- Encounter more than 5,000 sea creatures
- Interactive Touchpool Experience
- Watch fun talks and feed shows throughout the day
- Stingray Bay
Q. Is it worth the money?
A. If you plan on coming to the aquarium at all this year pre-order your tickets to save money on admission!! Tickets are still available for pre-order at discounted prices until the day it opens –January 29th. Buy online now and save.
If you have the money upfront buy a pass. SEA LIFE of Michigan is very unique and offers a lot of hands on activities and learning experiences for the kids. Just taking a look around the aquarium you will notice the carefully laid out scenery and all the attention to detail it took to bring this to life. A lot of time, effort, and money went into building this breathtaking Michigan attraction. Kids of all ages can learn something from the digital guides placed near each exhibit. Please keep in mind the cost of up-keep when asking yourself, “is it worth the money?”
Q. How long does it take from start to finish?
A. It took me a little over an hour and I was taking pictures, talking, and taking notes. It really depends on if you want to spend time interacting and reading or not. There is a play area at the end if the kids start to get antsy or need to burn some energy off. Your ticket is valid all day, so you can even return for a visit at a later time.
Q. Are there bathrooms?
Q. Are strollers allowed?
A. Yes, the attraction is stroller and wheelchair accessible.
Q. What about food?
A. Food is not allowed in the attraction, however, if you get hungry there are several food options available in the outlet mall. Rain Forest Café is a favorite of mine.
Doors will open to the public at 12:00 noon on January, 29th. Parking is free. Use entrance 7 at the Great Lakes Crossing Outlets. 4316 Baldwin Road Auburn Hills, Michigan, 48326.
Do you have another question that I didn’t answer? Feel free to drop me a comment and I will reply asap.