SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium & Zoo is giving away FREE admission!

SeaQuest Woodbridge is giving away free admission tickets to come in and learn more about wildlife conservation.

Use the code GOGREENFREE to receive up to 4 free admission tickets for any Monday-Thursday (valid through 12/21/2023). There’s no catch; these are totally free tickets! Visit SeaQuest to see over 300 exotic animal species and learn more about environmental causes and conservation efforts to help our planet. Friday, Saturday, and Sunday visitors can use the code GOGREEN10 to get FREE admission with a 5-animal feeding token purchase, which costs $10.

SeaQuest recommends bringing an extra $10 per person with you, which will help you have the best experience where you feed, touch, and pet various exotic animals. A portion of all proceeds goes towards local conservation efforts.

SeaQuest Woodbridge is located at 101 Woodbridge Center Dr. Woodbridge, NJ 07095, inside the Woodbridge Center. This Interactive Zoo & Aquarium is over 23,000 square feet and opened in 2019. To learn more or to claim four free tickets, click here.

This promotion is a LIMITED-time offer, so scoop up tickets quickly! On busy days, SeaQuest utilizes a virtual waitlist to get in queue. Simply scan a QR code on-site, then you can shop at the mall, grab a bite to eat, and relax instead of standing in line. SeaQuest also offers FastPass options, so if you want to skip the line, just talk to a team member about upgrade options.

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