SEA LIFE Aquarium
We love the SEA LIFE Aquarium at Great Lakes Crossing in Auburn Hills, Michigan! There are SEA LIFE Aquariums nationwide, so check their main site to find a location near you. It’s a great time to visit SEA LIFE Michigan because Shark Days are here all week (July 23-29)! Discover new shark facts during a Summer shark talk, and dive into more fun with a sea of shark activities. Come see the sharks – including Florence, the 6ft Nurse Shark, in the breathtaking Ocean Tunnel. Get the ultimate shark selfie as they glide just inches away from you for an unforgettable shark encounter.
Shark Days are here July 23-29, 2023
Hannover, Niedersachsen, 15. bis 17.04.2013 Foto: SEA LIFE Aquarium Hannover © Dirk Eisermann
How to Get Tickets
Day tickets must be purchased ahead of time online. When you purchase your ticket, you will choose a specific entrance time. There are ticket packages available that also include the Legoland Discovery Center and Peppa Pig World of Play, making your trip to Great Lakes Crossing a true staycation destination! Find info here: Tickets
Sing-along with CoComelon and SEA LIFE!
In addition to the sharks and other amazing ocean life you will encounter at SEA LIFE, from July 8 to August 13, 2023 you can also meet JJ and all the little ones from Melon Patch Academy during select times. This special experience is included with admission. It’s recommended that you arrive 20 minutes early for the meet and greet.
Meet & Greets with JJ:
- Mondays-Fridays: 12pm & 2pm
- Saturdays & Sundays: 12pm, 2pm, & 4pm
SEA LIFE Michigan
SEA LIFE Michigan is the state’s largest aquarium with over 250 species and 2,000 creatures including sharks, rays, green sea turtles and more! Journey through the freshwater lakes of Michigan all the way to the depths of the ocean and meet the amazing creatures that live there. Then, visit the Interactive Touchpool and learn what it feels like to pet a crab, urchin, sea star and other rockpool creatures! Finish your adventure by strolling through the Underwater Ocean Tunnel and watch as thousands of tropical fish swim overhead!