Sea Life London Aquarium, London
Sea Life London Aquarium, London - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7PB, United Kingdom
Ticket Price: 25 GBP
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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About Sea Life London Aquarium, London
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.
Sea Life London Aquarium Information
- Last entry at 6 pm.
Sea Life London Aquarium Ticket Prices
- Adult (16+): 25 GBP
- Child (3-15): 17.55 GBP
- Under 3: Free
Online Ticket (fixed timeslot):
- Adult: 14.70 GBP
- Child (3-15): 10.85 GBP
- Under 3: Free
For Combo ticket options please refer official website.
Sea Life London Aquarium Opening and Closing Hours
- The place is shut for private events for a lot of times, but it is updated on the website. Please refer to the website before planning your trip.
How To reach Sea Life London Aquarium by Public Transport
- Nearest train station is Waterloo. For Westminster Bridge Road, take the 12, 53, 59, 76, 148, 159, 211 or 341. For Belvedere Road (just behind the Aquarium, parallel to the South Bank), take the 77 or RV1. For York Road (next to Waterloo and behind the Aquarium) take the 211, 77 or 381. Many other buses stop in Waterloo Road, which is a few minutes walk from the Aquarium. These include 1,4, 26, X68, 76, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 507 and 638.
Restaurants Near Sea Life London Aquarium
- Locale Restaurant county hall Yo! Sushi
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Sea Life London Aquarium, London Reviews - Write a Review
So much better than we expected. Excellent layout with lots to see and there is a great progression through the exhibits that build up to a pleasing conclusion with the beautiful penguin enclosure and jelly fish. How could we forget our visit when we were so lucky to be there just as the two turtles were mating, prefect timing. The staff were so friendly and knowledgeable. And yes the crocodile is real! As the keeper said they spend so much money looking after him and hardly anyone thinks he's alive. Been to a few aquariums in different countries and really didn't expect this to be anything other than a busy overpriced tourist trap... Proven wrong, one of the best not too big not too small and great layout with plenty to see. Recommend!
Absolutely loved it here. So much fish to see. The jelly fish section was amazing. You could also touch a star fish! There are also sharks there. There are tunnels of glass where you can see all the fish swim over you. I took my toddler and brother and they both loved it! I recommend for all ages! At the start they put you in a screen where you're asked to look at different cameras and smile to take photos, it's only at the end that they inform you these are photos that you can buy. This was the only downside as three photos are £20 and all photos (around 18 - 3 physical, the rest digital) are £22. This is quite a lot as the amount of entry is £25 per person already. But overall, without photos it's amazing! I highly recommend.
This is a great family day out. The penguin feeding was fun to watch and they have a great variety of everything. However the cost is really high, we only went as we had buy 1get one free, otherwise it's too much. There is no place to eat there, I understand it's due to the wildlife but people were sitting on the floor eating anyway, so would make sense for the Aquarium to just have a separate room with some tables and chairs for people to eat. Overall a great experience at a huge cost if you are paying full price.
You'd never think that this was in central London. Crowds can let this down, as lots of families tend to swarm on this place. But its definitely worth going. It'll take about 2hrs to go around and the very beginning starts at the bottom of the ocean and you work your way to the top. There are lots of rays, sharks and two green sea turtles as well as countless fish of all sorts of varieties. There's a freshwater section too, full of adorable little fishes. The penguin enclosure seems unnecessary and a little cruel given that its in the basement a whole level beneath the Thames. The jellyfish section is quite beautiful too. Definitely worth getting the train in as well as you can use the 2 for 1 ticket. £26 for an adult is a little pricey. Highlights: shark tank and the main tank with sea turtles
Always loved the London Aquarium. It's not the best aquarium, it's not cheap, and it's always noisy* but it's the closest to home and I've been many times. They regularly update their exhibits and they're strong on education and their conservation message. The current penguin exhibit does remind me a bit of Happy Feet mind you! *always thought an adults only evening in relative serenity would be great!