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SEA LIFE London Aquarium Admission Ticket

67 reviews
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At a glance
Category: Museums & Attractions
Duration: 2 hours
All entrance fees included
Family friendly
See the underwater world without getting wet
Visit: SEA LIFE London Aquarium, County Hall Westminster Bridge Road County Hall, London SE1 7PB England

The mysterious Sea Life London Aquarium experience is spread over three floors and starts by taking a submarine-style elevator to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. Next, take a walk through the stunning glass tunnel underneath a tropical ocean. There is plenty of interaction along the way, from diving displays to optional touch pools and discovery zones. Other species you can see include green turtles, seahorses, octopus, zebra sharks and the ever-popular clown fish.

The true highlight starts as you journey in the deeper, darker zone of the Pacific Ocean. Take a walk on the wild side and watch from a suspended glass platform as 10 species of shark swim beneath your feet. The exciting and diverse underwater world awaits you at Sea Life London Aquarium.

One of the most popular and dramatic displays at Sea Life London Aquarium is the revamped Shark Reef Encounter where sinister Sand Tiger sharks, Bow Mouths, Black Tips and Grey Reefs are (with a shoal of less menacing fish to keep them company!).

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Standard Entry ticket to SEA LIFE London
Entry/Admission - SEA LIFE London Aquarium
Food and drinks, unless specified
Hotel pickup and drop off


Meeting point
SEA LIFE London Aquarium, County Hall Westminster Bridge Road County Hall, London SE1 7PB England


Jun 2018

My husband took our daughters to go and see the Harry Potter show all the way from South Africa....and obviously the show was all they could wish much so that they did not expect much from the trip to the aquarium mom booked for them...and were they surprised, what an experience! They really enjoyed it!

Nov 2017

The Aquarium was beautiful! We loved the exhibits! Sharks, rays, penguins, jellyfish - everything was so beautiful, and so informative. We could have stayed there all day watching the fish swim around. It's so peaceful!

Jul 2017

Great time at Sea Life. Took extraordinary photos and made wonderful memories. Highly recommend.

Aug 2017

Great for kids.

Apr 2017

Went with wife and 2yr old. Queues were short on non school holiday, so the skip the line tickets only saved 5 mins. Staff moved people into right queues.
A bit cramped to start with but the crowd thinned out, we enjoyed most of the areas, penguins were too cramped, but main tank was the highlight.

Nov 2017

This was a nice thing to do that we hadn't yet done in London - I have seen better aquariums. The highlight for me was walking on glass over the shark tank and crouching down to look below the water line at the penguins dashing through it. A warning though - if, like me, you get a bit overwhelmed by children, then maybe try avoid the aquarium. Having said that, I think we went during school holidays. Its clearly a great thing to do as a family! Also, skipping the line was worth it.

Aug 2017

Very expensive for what it is. We have been to other sea life centres with just as much exhibited for half the price. Saying that,they are not in the centre of London

Mar 2017

It was ok, nothing bad, could've been better. The aquarium to me was small and not a lot of animals in it.

Aug 2019

I paid £70 for my two children and myself. The staff should off worn a mask and threatened me with a spear gun when selling the tickets. This is a total rip off and cannot see how you can make the visit last over 1.5 hours! Once inside there is no crowd control and there was a family of 5 who decided to eat lunch on the step in front of the shark tank, Stopping everyone else from having a clear and unobstructed view. Do not get stuck behind a large party otherwise it will take an age to get to see what they were looking at once they move on.
Staff must be seasonal as they were pathetic and had no enthusiasm in their work. I saw more like in an ‘Urchin’!
Everything is over priced and in my opinion a total rip off. It’s literally run by ‘Sharks’! How foreign tourists can afford to visit the UK is beyond me. I’m from and live in London. All in all my children were disappointed with our visit and i’m £70 out of pocket!! Avoid and spend your hard earned holiday money or wages on something better!!

Sep 2017

Don't waste your time

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