The Living Planet Aquarium

Get deal alerts!


725 E 10600 S, Sandy, UT 84094.

Oh snap! "The Living Planet Aquarium" doesn't have any current deals at the moment. Check back soon, or share a deal now?

See more deals in Sandy


user reviews powered by

based on 38 reviews

Scott H.
Giving this place a four star review simply because they are based in utah with no ocean nearby. Good layout. Allows for easy finding of creatures. They...

Jeff W.
More expensive than Disneyland! We finally went to see the aquarium. We live nearby. I was extremely disappointed with the ratio of number of exhibits to...

Brett S.
Overall was impressed by the various wildlife (otters, penquins, snakes, turtles, birds) and fish (from angel fish to smaller sharks). They have areas that...
click here to read more on yelp

tips from

total check-ins: 714
Nathan Schultz
It looks like everything is open now (August 2014), great exhibits, but a little crowded on Saturday.
M.C. Rivetti
Majority of exhibits are empty, they opened too soon... So far it has less than the old location, a lot of unused space.... seems like a waste right now. Hopefully they will fill all the empty space.
Although they still have a lot of work to do, the new aquarium is already miles ahead of the old one :)
click here to read more on foursquare

user reviews

rating 3.8 out of 5
Ryan Mower
Very nice place but also pricey for how much time you spend there. It took us about 1 1/2 hours to see everything and that was taking our time and even looking at a few things twice. We have a stroller and it was easy to maneuver. Our youngest could see the fish very well from the stroller. We went ....
Chris Hansen
I am a fish and wildlife enthusiast so I was really excited to visit the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium. If you have visited other "Larger" aquariums like the Denver or Georgia Aquarium then you may be slightly disappointed with its size. That said, this "little brother" of an Aquarium was really....
Dan De La Mare
My wife and I went on April 30th. We loved our time at the aquarium! I'd say 90% of the exhibits were completed. (Most of the exhibits that are still being worked on are for fish like bass, trout, and local fish that aren't a big deal to us, we do look forward to going back and seeing the octopus) ....
click here to read more on google places