SeaQuest Set To Open Late Spring 2019

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Soon A Visit To Rosedale Center Will Take You On An Quest Through Five Continents

SeaQuest takes kids, families and all animal lovers, on a Quest around the world,

Get ready to go on a Quest around the world without ever leaving Minnesota. SeaQuest Roseville is coming to Rosedale Center.

Later this spring, Rosedale Center will be home to approximately 1,000 animals representing five of the seven continents around the world. The 23,000 square-foot space will offer guests an interactive animal experience. To celebrate the grand opening, SeaQuest is offering annual “passport” memberships, snorkel with stingray passes and birthday parties at 50 percent off online at

This newest SeaQuest location at Rosedale Center will feature 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.

“SeaQuest takes kids, families and all animal lovers, on a Quest around the world,” said Sean Sullivan, SeaQuest Roseville General Manager. “It’s not just a place to see animals, but a place where you can swim with stingrays and sharks, hand feed birds, pet reptiles and so much more.”

SeaQuest is slated to hire 75 full- and part-time employees and will be looking for community-based organizations to partner with as part of their SeaQuest Cares initiative, a program that provides free admission for all foster children and certified teachers, supports animal rescue and adoption, families in need, sustainable fishing and conservation efforts, school supply drives, blood drives, and other important causes.

SeaQuest Rosedale will initially open exclusively to members where they will enjoy private access and be the first to interact with thousands of species.Through the end of the month, fans can save 50 percent on annual membership “passports”, birthdays and snorkel with stingray experiences at    

About SeaQuest:

SeaQuest brings the majestic wonders of our planet, ranging from rainforests and deserts to exotic marine life right to Roseville, Minnesota. Exhibits create an exciting quest for visitors as they make their way through the Amazon Rainforest, Caribbean Cove,, Egyptian Desert, an Icelandic Fishing Village, Grasslands of Denmark, the Great Wall of China and beyond. SeaQuest offers guests the opportunity to interact with the vast species we share this planet with, and build a relationship that inspires them to become vested in conservation and in the protection of our planet’s diverse inhabitants. Guests are encouraged to connect with animals and learn about their eco-systems through various hands-on activities which include hand feeding sharks, stingrays, birds and exotic animals. Anyone in search of a more daring experience can enjoy walk-in aviaries, feeding caiman alligators or snorkeling in the premier 45,000-gallon exhibit filled with reef sharks, stingrays and hundreds of tropical fish. SeaQuest offers private event space ideal for school field trips, birthday parties, and private events. For full details about SeaQuest go to

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