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SEA LIFE London Aquarium, London

2.9
#10 of 185 in Parks in London
Explore the rich marine worlds of SEA LIFE London Aquarium, sheltering a variety of endangered creatures and showcasing a number of underwater habitats, from the coral reefs of the Indian Ocean to the shadowy depths of the Pacific and Atlantic. Drop by to see nearly 500 species from around the world, displayed across 14 zones and over three floors. Come feed the octopuses, penguins, and sharks, or interact with lobsters, turtles, crocodiles, and colorful coral. This is the largest aquarium in London, providing a wide range of adventures to over one million visitors each year. Check out the numerous ticket options and activities online to take advantage of special offers and discounts. To find out how to plan a trip to London, use our trip itinerary maker.
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  • Tried to come using Tesco vouchers but there was a repeated error message when completing the transaction. I checked vouchers with Tesco and all was fine. Sea life are one of those companies that you ...  more »
  • I've been to many Sea Life centres around the country and this is up there with the best. Having said that it's only affordable and value for money if tickets are bought as part of a multi purchase ti...  more »
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  • Came here a few years ago. Home to some of the saddest looking penguins I've ever seen in my life. I was so upset after seeing these penguins I left shortly after. They have a small room with shallow water (2 metres whereas in the wild they would have atleast 12 metres) photos surrounded the room which were to make the penguins believe they were outside. penguins were displaying signs of distress of confinement. They were huddled together with their heads down. Occasionally jumping in the water, circling it and coming out and repeating. I have never been so affected by an animals behaviour. This is not fair. Yes they are fed and have their veterinarian needs fulfilled but their mental needs were not met at all. They are there for peoples entertainment alone. If you love animals, go to a sanctuary. There you will see animals who are actually happy instead of prisoners who have committed no crime.
  • Absolutely incredible place! You can learn a lot and see all the amazing sea species. I was walking with my jaw on the ground, literally. Place is enormous: huge aquariums full of colorful fish, rays, sea turtles or jellyfish. Loved it from the very beginning till the very last second. For sure I'll come back soon :) Keep up the good work!
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