Entry ticket

London: SEA LIFE Entry Ticket

Activity provider: Sea Life London - MEG
Entry ticket

London: SEA LIFE Entry Ticket

Activity provider: Sea Life London - MEG
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Dive in and be wowed by the many strange, beautiful and fascinating creatures of the deep as you journey through the amazing underwater world of SEA LIFE London. Prepare for astonishing views of creatures from Gentoo Penguins to tropical sharks.

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  • Walk under a tropical ocean and see schools of colourful fish
  • See for yourself green turtles, seahorses, octopus, and zebra sharks
  • Watch 10 species of shark swim beneath your feet
  • Meet the creatures of the rainforest and learn about their home
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Home to one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life, explore a fascinating underwater world right in the heart of London. Journey through 14 themed zones laid out over three floors, come face to fin with thousands of creatures in exciting settings as you discover how beautiful and fragile the world's marine ecosystems are.

More than 500 different species live in 65 displays with some breathtaking features and plenty of inter-actives along the way. Take a walk on the wild side and watch from a suspended glass platform as 10 species of shark swim beneath your feet.

Continue to the new Ice Adventure attraction and see a glittering land of frost and snow, where the Kingdom of the Gentoo Penguins is situated. Join them on an icy adventure in their arctic realm as they splash and dive amongst the snow-white caps. Are you feeling brave enough to trek through the Amazon? Ranger Andy invites you to discover a brand new Rainforest Adventure! A storm has hit and Ranger Andy needs your help to unearth what lies beneath the surface in the Amazon.

Immerse yourself in a world of creepy crawlies, charming crocs, and curious critters. Come just centimeters away from the Goliath bird-eating tarantula, and race a colony of leafcutter ants to find the queen, before watching the feeding frenzy of the UK's biggest collection of piranhas

  • Entry to SEA LIFE London Aquarium

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    Not allowed

    • Flash photography
    • Unaccompanied minors

    Know before you go

    • Mobile e-ticket with timed entry.
    • You must go to the attraction at the time shown on your e-ticket.
    • You will need to scan your e-ticket at the timed entry door before the start of your tour.
    • Infants under 3 years old ride free, but must still reserve a ticket
    • Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult, aged 18 years or over.
    • Disabled guests pay the standard price and their carer enters free of charge.
    • The Attraction is wheelchair-accessible. A maximum of 10 wheelchairs in total is allowed in the building at any one time.
    Customer reviews

    Overall rating

    4.4 /5

    based on 1531 reviews

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    The first bit where you walk over the glass & underneath are sharks is the best bit. I thought that prebooking would determine that the experience wouldn’t get too busy as it was indicated at the time of booking, this would control numbers but actually it was rammed & therefore difficult to move around. I think pushchairs should be banned (there was a pushchair park) but lots of people used them even though their kids weren’t sitting in them. This made moving around more difficult. It had good accessibility though. I felt sorry for the peguins who had little space & inadequate daylight.

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    August 3, 2022

    Wasn't sure which of the many entrances was the one we needed, but once that was established, the visit went very well indeed. Staff were very helpful, the displays were, on the whole, well thought out and information was close at hand. It's a good outing for a young family as it is not too large and most displays are easy for little ones to see.

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    March 19, 2022

    It was a good experience to see incredible sea creatures at such close quarters. I do however have a couple of issues with the experience that would vastly improve any future visits. Firstly the information boards which were digital and would change ‘pages’ but they would be somewhere away from the tank or just on one side. The Aquarium is always busy so quite often it was difficult to know what we were looking at. Have non digital signage repeated so we know what is in the tanks at multiple points. Secondly. It’s too, too hot. As we are underground it can feel really claustrophobic. Please turn the heat down! That’s all really. My daughter loves Octopii and found an unhappy, small one which we were sad about. Give it something to do? They are hyper intelligent so probably distressed. It was great, but not encouraging visitors to inform them and equip them with knowledge of what they are looking at and ethical/ sustainable fishing practice.

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    February 28, 2022

    Product ID: 174549