The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, scheduled to open in Draper in December 2013, is a new and unique Utah wedding venue that will feature colorful tropical fish, stingrays and sharks as the backdrop for a variety of events.
A wedding can take place among the vibrant marine life and the tropical rain forest gallery at the new Loveland Living Planet Aquarium. The 136,000 square-foot aquarium will be a premiere attraction and event space for as many as 1,000+ guests as well as a banquet room for 450+ guests. The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium is the perfect venue for your wedding, from casual to traditional, small and intimate to grand and classic, whatever your personal style may be this is the venue to make it fabulous.
The Living Planet provides exclusive catering at the new facility for events in the banquet and gallery space. The Living Planet’s experienced catering professionals have an extensive selection of entrees and menus for every wedding event and provide complete event services.
The current aquarium in Sandy will be open through September 9, 2013. Then operations will transition into the new Aquarium, located at 12033 S. Lone Peak Parkway, upon completion of the construction in December. For catering information, contact Kent Wilcox, 801-784-0667 or email@example.com
About The Living Planet Aquarium
The mission of The Living Planet Aquarium is to inspire people to explore, discover and learn about Earth’s diverse ecosystems. Admission is $10.95 per adult, $8.95 per child, ages 3-17, and free for children ages 2 and under. The Aquarium, currently located at 725 E 10600 S in Sandy, Utah, is a non-profit organization. Open every day except Thanksgiving and Christmas, the Aquarium is accessible to people with disabilities. The Sandy Aquarium will be closed as of September 10th to allow for transition into the new Draper Aquarium which is scheduled to open December 2013 at 12033 S. Lone Peak Parkway. Click HERE or more information about the new Draper Aquarium. For additional information, call (801) 355-fish (3474) or visit thelivingplanet.com.