What to do on a rainy day…
You will have a great day with the whole family as there are over 1.,500 creatures and 50 displays at Brighton Sea Life Centre! To see sharks and turtles up close, check out their amazing underwater tunnel where the creatures actually swim and glide above your head!
Have you always wanted to touch starfish and crabs? Well, today’s your lucky day! Head to the free interactive rockpool experience for your chance!
Brighton Sea Life also has UK’s first glass bottomed boat which allows you to see the Sea Life from a different perspective! And don’t forget to pay a visit to the Octopus Garden where you can see the Giant Pacific Octopus (if you can find him of course )!
Brighton Sea Life is a very educational day out as well as lots of fun. There are free talks throughout the day about the different creatures and feeding times, which you can find here: http://bit.ly/1mPY8rq. Our top pick is the ‘Turtley Amazing’ talk about Lulu and Gulliver, two of the venue’s resident turtles.
Brighton Sea Life is open all year round. It opens every day at 10:00 and closes at 17:00. Make sure you enter before 16:00, as this is the last entry time!
Tip! Book online to get a discount on your tickets! For more information, go to: http://www.visitsealife.com/brighton/.
Enjoy your time at Sea life Brighton!
Getting to Brighton Sea Life:
Brighton Sea Life is located at Marine Parade, Brighton, East Sussex, BN2 1TB. You can take any bus in Brighton town and head to seafront. They are situated adjacent to Brighton Pier. The nearest parking spaces available are along the seafront, but keep in mind that this is not necessarily the cheapest way to park!
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