There are over 250 different species waiting to be discovered at SEA LIFE, including green sea turtles, rays, and shoaling fish who swim in one great school! It's not all look and no touch, though – step up and experience what different sea life feels like at the touch pool. Make sure to check out educational talks from SEA LIFE rangers, and look ...
- * Standard admission to SEA LIFE Michigan
- * Access to all exhibits, educational talks and feeding demonstrations
- * Free parking
- * Strollers may not exceed the width of a standard wheelchair. Double strollers are discouraged * No outside food and drinks * Only service dogs are allowed Educational talks & feedings: * Interactive Touchpool: All day * Story Time: 11:15 * Breakfast with Benson & Carr: 11:30 * Touchpool Feed: 12:30, except Sun * Stingray Feeding: 14:30 * Meet the Creatures: 13:30, 15:30, 16:30, + 19:30 on Fri & Sat * Stingray Tales: 17:30 * Turtle Talk: Fri & Sat 18:30 * Times subject to change Kids under 2 get in free, no ticket required. * Please show your smartphone or printed voucher at the admission desk. Each person in your party must present a valid voucher. Vouchers cannot be combined with any other offers, discounts or coupons * SEA LIFE Michigan is located in District 7 of Great Lakes Crossing Outlets and is situated right next to the Rainforest Café, just inside Entrance 7 * The attraction may close early for special events and holidays. For up-to-date hours of operation, please visit the [SEA LIFE website](https://www.visitsealife.com/michigan/find/opening-times/)
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