All Loveland Living Planet Aquarium memberships include:

Darkling Beetle (Eleodes obscurus) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.
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A chorus of distinct honks reverberates in the room as Danielle Angel, a keeper at the Loveland Living Aquarium, greets her 11 Gentoo penguins.
Darkling Beetle (Eleodes obscurus) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.
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The Living Planet Aquarium provides an outlet for people to learn about Earth's diverse ecosystems. Staff are dedicated to cultivating public interest in the environment, conservation as well as the enhancement of our planet through several different avenues.

Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

12033 Lone Peak Parkway
Draper, UT 84020
(801) 355-FISH (3474)


Expedition: Asia is now open to the public at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium.
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Photo provided by FlickrUtah chub (Gila atraria) at the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium in Draper, UT.
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Thank you for choosing Loveland Living Planet Aquarium (LLPA) as the grateful recipient of your generosity. Your caring makes a profound difference for the animals living within the Aquarium and truly makes the world a better place. My sidekick (son) and I are trying to do as many things in the Salt Lake area as possible. I am prone to cabin fever and I refuse to succumb to it yet again! There are so many things going on and I want to experience all of them. I had never been to the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium before yesterday, and am happy to report some awesome things going on there.Loveland Living Planet Aquarium views the safety and comfort of its guests, animals, and staff as a top priority. Please note the following policies when visiting our facility. Below you will find a list of frequently asked questions to aid you as you plan your visit.The Utah Waters Van is an educational Outreach program offered by Loveland Living Planet Aquarium to students throughout Utah. The content of our presentations is specifically designed to correlate with the Utah State Office of Education’s Science Core Curriculum. Presenters guide students as they learn about the water cycle, wetland ecosystems, and water conservation using demonstrations, experiments, and live animals.Is your kid a safari guide in the making? Does your tween live and breathe marine biology? With summer just around the corner, we have the experience of a lifetime for kids ages four to 14 at Loveland Living Planet Aquarium. Our Summer Camps are full of behind-the-scenes access, hands-on science learning, and, of course, Animal Encounters. The camps run Monday through Friday and include a camp T-shirt, water bottle, and photograph.Loveland Living Planet Aquarium’s education staff offers workshops as part of the Teacher Resource Program (TRP), which is currently in its fifth year. Funding for TRP is provided by the Utah State Legislature and the Utah State Office of Education’s (Informal Science Education Enhancement) program.Loveland Living Planet Aquarium’s new Ecosystem Van is designed for . This program demonstrates how the stability of populations is affected by changes to an ecosystem. Aquarium Presenters showcase a number of new animals unique to our presentations. This program also includes an interactive, online, student game that teachers can utilize as a post-visit activity.From 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Saturday, July 15, internationally-renowned musician and sound designer Douglas Morton will perform live in front of the Mountain America Credit Union Penguin Research Station. This is the second of three performances scheduled at the Aquarium this summer where Morton will compose a new soundtrack for several galleries. Morton’s compositions and virtual instrument design have been heard around the globe and in the underwater worlds of both Loveland Living Planet and Monterey Bay Aquariums.