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Annual Pass Bring-a-Friend Days

July 1-9

Come to our exclusive Bring-a-Friend Days and bring up to six friends for just $10.00 each*! That’s a savings of up to $13.50 per person!

Bring-a-friend Days are one of the many perks of being an Annual Pass Holder at SEA LIFE Michigan, but don’t forget about the other amazing benefits!

  • Unlimited entry for 12 months from date of first visit
  • Express entry through our Fast-Track line
  • 10% discount in our Gift Shop
  • Exclusive special events
  • Pays for itself in just over 2 visits
  • 50% off admission to other AZA Reciprocal institutions like the Detroit Zoo, Toledo Zoo, John Ball Zoo and more!

Mark Your Calendar!
More Annual Pass Holder Bring-a-Friend Days are coming:

  • September 2-10, 2017
  • October 21-29, 2017
  • November 18-26, 2017
  • December 9-17, 2017

 

*“Bring-a-Friend Day” tickets are paid for at the Admissions Counter. You must present your Annual Pass card at the time of purchase. Walk-up only. Six discounted $10.00 “Bring-a-Friend Day” tickets per Annual Pass Holder per day. This offer cannot be combined with promotional offers. Discounted tickets cannot be upgraded to Annual Passes.

Shark Week

July 23-29

Come nose to nose with seven different species of shark at SEA LIFE Michigan during Shark Week! You'll take part in shark-themed activities to learn more about these misunderstood predators, why they're important to the ecosystem and what you can do to help protect them.

Did You Know?

  1. Sharks have a skeleton made of cartilage which makes them more flexible and lighter.
  2. Sharks can have up to 7 rows of teeth. This allows them to replace broken or missing teeth much faster by moving the back teeth forward.
  3. A shark’s dorsal fin (the one on their back) keeps them upright as they swim.
  4. Sharks have a 6th sense! They can sense electrical impulses through the water which helps them find their prey that may be hiding in the sand.
  5. Some sharks give live birth but other lay eggs. These eggs are called 'mermaid’s purses'.