Aquarium, Entertainment, Family And Kids
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Sea Life London Aquarium is one of the best attractions in the UK along with the London Zoo and the Tower of London. It has around 1 million visitors coming in each year and has housed various species of aquatic life inside it. It is a completely marvelous world out there for anybody who loves to explore the blue world. It is a perfect attraction even for your young ones who are sure to love the fish and other animals that are kept here. It is also located right beside the London Eye and has river Thames very close in its vicinity.
Home of rich marine life, the aquarium is one of the most spectacular destinations in London. There are certain Sea Life London Aquarium Tickets for entrance in the museum. You can buy Tickets for Sea Life London Aquarium from the premises. The Sea Life London Aquarium Ticket Prices are different for different age groups with concession available in the Sea Life London Aquarium Ticket Costs for seniors and children. You can even Buy Tickets for Sea Life London Aquarium combo packages if you wish to. Ensure to visit it for a happening time.
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Relax, unwind and delve into the depths of the exciting and diverse underwater world at the London Aquarium.
The Sea Life London Aquarium is home to one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life, and you can visit without waiting on the Skip the Line tour. You will find up to 400 species of sea life, including sharks, eels, stingrays, clownfish
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Great! Very relaxing and mesmerizing to watch all kinds of sea life swim about. Easy to read facts as well. I know that makes me sound like a stupid person, but if I really wanted to do some serious research, there are books and Internets. I love short and straight to the point facts when I'm in a place like this as it allows me to enjoy it more. We also happen to be there during feeding time for the sharks, that was pretty cool to watch. I think it's amazing to be so up close to so many species, especially the sharks and piranhas. The floor when you enter is very cool too.
So horrific that they have penguins in an underground enclosure with no natural light or fresh air. One penguin was repeating the exact same pattern of behaviour over and over again, clear sign of boredom. These penguins would in the wild swim for miles every day. This enclosure is about 80 metres squared. There's no hiding areas from the glare of the public. If we are going to keep wildlife in a captivity we need to consider what they what they're natural lives would have involved, they need to be stimulated, fulfilled and happy. Fresh air, natural light, and a large area with hiding spaces is pretty basic. If we cannot achieve that then we shouldn't have them in captivity. Will be avoiding London sea life until these penguins are removed and given to somewhere that can provide for them the quality of life they deserve. And will be telling other people the same.
As a surprise treat I took my daughter to Sea Life, she loved every bit of it. We visited later in the day during half term, which wasn't that busy (great for us). Easy to follow route so you get to see all the creatures. At the end of it all you end up in their overpriced souvenir shop. As usual these shops are ridiculously expensive so if you're on a budget I'd exit the shop with your little ones ASAP. In general, a really good day out.
great place to visit when it's quiet! fantastic variety of fish and sea life. great helpful staff! use the toilets as you go around because it's hard to get back to them in the crowds. my little girl loved the glass floor above the sharks!
It's a bit of an odd place. All "underground". Follow a succession of underground passageways around the various tanks and pools. All are very well presented. The place is very clean and the are plenty of fish/aquatic life to get your teeth into. Penguin area was closed because they were sleeping when we went. A large section of area at the end was also closed off for refurbishment works. Shop- typically pricey. But, worth the money should you fancy an educational few hours.