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Sea Life Speyer Ticket

Sea Life Speyer Ticket

Visit Sea Life Speyer and discover a fascinating underwater world. Get to know turtles, octopods, sharks, rays, jellyfish, and a variety of other kinds of fish on your journey from Lake Constance to the tropical ocean. Discover the local waters of the Loreley Rock, the North Sea, and the exotic Amazon and find yourself face to face with dazzling sea creatures in more than 40 lifelike aquariums. The impressive glass tunnel leads directly through the largest tank, where the green sea turtle 'Marty' and two majestic nurse sharks are waiting to be visited. Enjoy a wonderful all-round view of the magnificent coral reef, which is constantly growing and is inhabited by hundreds of fascinating tropical fish, such as the cute clown fish. You’ll also learn about the endangerment of species and the important protection of their habitats. In the outdoor area, you can admire the endangered European pond turtles – also called ‘Emys’ which are part of a ‘Breed, rescue, protect’ project. The emys are the only native turtle species in Germany and are raised by SEA LIFE aquarists until they can be reintroduced into the local waters. Further highlights are the daily feedings, which often can get wild. What is the ray's favourite food, and what do sharks prefer to eat? Find out!

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(22 reviews)

We really liked it at Sea-Life Speyer. Since there is ample parking nearby, we didn't have to walk that far with our 4-year-old grandson. The entrance fee is a bit high for such small visitors, but we saw a lot. The different habitats and occurring fish species are very nicely designed. We were particularly impressed by the large pool with rays and sharks etc. and the large tunnel. Our grandson particularly liked the fact that we could watch the feeding. The staff is very friendly and we also liked the bistro. Time flew by and we had a lovely afternoon together.

Basically the museum was very interesting for children. For adults, the apuaria were placed very low down and everything was a bit cramped. But a lot of effort was made to explain everything. We would have liked some healthier food in the kiosk area.

Relatively small, sufficient for families with children. Price-performance ratio, too expensive 15 euros would be ok.

It was a nice day, just too fast because it was a bit too small, but otherwise very nice