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SEA LIFE® London Aquarium
SEA LIFE® London Aquarium

SEA LIFE® London Aquarium

Country Hall, Westminister Bridge Rd, London, SE1 7PB

The Basics

Admission to the aquarium not only includes access to the themed zones but also allows visitors to attend various feedings and educational talks held throughout the day. Guests can opt for skip-the-line tickets to save time or combo tickets to save money, the latter of which access to the aquarium as well as other big-ticket London attractions, such as the London Eye, Madame Tussauds London, and DreamWorks Tours: Shrek's Adventure. Alternatively, combine a trip to the aquarium with a cruise on London’s Thames River to view major riverside landmarks such as Big Ben, the Tower of London, and St. Paul’s Cathedral from the water.

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Recent reviews from experiences in London

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Fab day out for everyone!
Sheron_L, Jul 2021
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Great day out for kids. It would be good to see more staff in the attractions promoting social distancing. Also, why no octopus? Did I miss it? The sharks were amazing as were many of the other creatures. I’d love also to see information signs on both sides of the tanks as often we’d gone past and were unable to go back and see what we’d missed. The staff were really helpful.
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Lovely
Annie_F, Jun 2021
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Lovely place was not busy on a school day. Staff were nice . Toilets clean. Gorgeous fish. My daughter loved it
star-5
Very nice place to visit
Mariella_S, Nov 2021
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Loved the penguins.Plenty to see and was able to move around very easily.Everything was displayed well
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Fund & well displayed trail that showed us beautiful variety of sea creatures.
Val_D, Nov 2021
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First visit so enjoyed it all but would pick out shark tank, finding nemo like fishes, turtles, penguins & jelly fish.
star-5
Mesmerising and fully intertaining
nina_p, Nov 2021
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My daughter loves sharks and we came here for her birthday, as a family we had an amazing day out, and it was magical.
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Very good
Elena_H, Nov 2021
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Is very good place I love that I recommend with my friends My children is very happy to explore ever
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AMAZING
Hellena_P, Nov 2021
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Really good exspirance there was so much to see. Way better than i thought it was gonna be really enjoyed myself to be fair, there so much to look at and the big tank with sting rays and other fish is so amazing u can just watch it for hours definitely worth the money well recommended you wont regret it. The only downfall i can say it when u get a photo taken bit of a rip off to buy. Part from that you should go!!
star-5
Great place to visit
Pauline_L, Nov 2021
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Took my 4 year old grand daughter and my daughter in law. It was a thrilling and beautiful experience. We spent 2 hours mesmerised. Will go again.
star-5
Beautiful place 🥰
Catalincostel_T, Nov 2021
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The best was to see the shark 🦈 next to as everything was amazing it's a beautiful place to visit with your family or friends
star-5
Amazing experience, so...
Ali_M, Nov 2021
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Amazing experience, so much to see and learn about. Stroking the starfish and watching the jellyfish were highlights. Would visit again.
star-4
Lovely way to spend an afternoon
Rebecca_P, Nov 2021
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All of the amazing creatures and the VR experience was really realistic..felt like we were actually under water
star-5
The money I paid is worthy the tour.
Agnes_K, Oct 2021
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Everything we saw was fantastic. The experience was real and awesome. My family loved the place and I can recommend this to everyone because you will not regret.

Things to Know Before You Go

  • Book in advance for VIP experiences, such as a behind-the-scenes tour offering exclusive access or snorkeling with sharks.

  • Lines often form during peak periods when 15-minute time slots are allocated for entry. Book a skip-the-line ticket for fast and flexible access.

  • The SEA LIFE London Aquarium is wheelchair accessible.

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How to Get There

The SEA LIFE London Aquarium is located on the South Bank right beside the London Eye. Take the Tube to Westminster (Circle, Jubilee and District lines) or to Waterloo (Northern, Bakerloo, and Waterloo & City lines). Rail services also stop at Waterloo station.

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When to Get There

The aquarium is open Monday through Friday from 10am to 6pm and weekends from 9:30am to 7pm. The site is a kid-friendly and family-oriented attraction and is therefore busiest during school vacations and on weekends. Avoid waiting around by purchasing a skip-the-line ticket in advance.

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The Weird and Wonderful Marine Species of London Aquarium

More than 500 marine species of all shapes and sizes are represented here, from finger-length seahorses to giant Japanese spider crabs. You can spot flesh-eating red bellied piranhas and endangered Cuban crocodiles, pointy-toothed sand tiger sharks and a 6.5-foot-tall (two-meter-tall) lion’s mane jellyfish—the largest known jellyfish species in the world.

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