Our Interactive Visit to SeaQuest in Roseville
Our family recently visited SeaQuest in Roseville, and honestly, we had the most interactive family experience that I think we’ve ever had at an attraction!
SeaQuest opened in Roseville in the spring of 2019, and is 23,000 square feet with 1200 animals of 300 species from 5 continents. Many are rescues.
A visit starts with basic admission with their Single Day Passports and Annual Passports, but you can also feed the animals, experience encounters with animals like the sloth, otters and kinkajou, and even snorkel with stingrays!
I had heard about SeaQuest coming to the Twin Cities for a while and was looking forward to checking it out with the kids, so finally we headed there not just to visit, but to experience some of the add-on interactions they offer as well!
SeaQuest is located inside Rosedale Mall in Roseville, which makes it convenient if you have some shopping stops to make as well or want to eat out after your visit (Rosedale is one of our favorite malls, especially after their recent makeover!).