National Marine Aquarium
National Marine Aquarium
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Natural History MuseumsScience MuseumsAquariums
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Monday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
About
The National Marine Aquarium (NMA) is the UK’s largest aquarium, located in Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth. It is run by the Ocean Conservation Trust, a charity dedicated to connecting people with the Ocean.
Duration: 2-3 hours
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  • Glynn R
    5 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    National Marine Aquarium - worth a visit
    After reading previous negative reviews I wasn’t sure what to expect, and pleasantly surprised. We booked the earliest tickets available at 9.30 to help our Son who struggles with busy loud places. We stayed for an hour which was enough, we had plenty of time to spend at the large viewing areas for amazing close up views of the rays, sharks and turtle and although it got busier it never felt unmanageable. The place was spotlessly clean and no issues other than café getting busy as it’s quite small. The aquarium in Birmingham has more to look at, The Deep in Hull is more spectacular, but the tanks here were large, well stocked and offered great views - a little bit expensive for an hour but the children loved it, and that will do!!
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written July 27, 2023
  • Lisa G
    Braintree, United Kingdom18 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Disappointing
    The Aquarium itself is beautiful, upon entering the loft to go into it was broken, my husband had to walk around to fond the lift door jammed just opening and closing, i thought there would be more to see for the price we paid, i was so disappointed with the service of staff that i interacted with. There was not a single member of staff on the floors only the volunteers that did talks and when asking a question regarding an access they had not got a clue so i had to go all the way back to the gift shop to ask the question. With having a disabled member of the family and a baby in a pushchair the lift to go down to ‘under the sea’ to the bottom floor was broken there was people carrying pushchairs down the stairs ect i asked the guy at the front desk in the gift shop if there was any other way down and his response was ‘no if the lift is broken its broken you either dont go down there or carry your disabled member down the stairs’ this i found unacceptable when all he could of said was i will get that sent onto the maintance team or something along them lines so the family member missed part of the experience to see what was down there. Once we went around the other way into the middle floor as we count go to the bottom, as we went through the exit we saw the people fixing the lift by that point we was so annoyed that we left, the gift shop is so small and basically is just a que line and felt like we was in the way whilst looking. I dont think i would return here
    Visited July 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 4, 2023
  • alinkapora
    London, United Kingdom84 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    What I saw was good, but there could have been more
    It was okay. I appreciate that aquariums and research facilities have high running costs but I still felt it was slightly overpriced for what you got, even with the annual pass included. I felt I learned a lot about ocean conservation; the exhibits with this focus were good. The marine life was beautiful to witness, but in most cases the species information was basic. I was surprised how quickly I got through the whole thing; it only took me about an hour. I guess I just expected a bit more for my money, but what I saw was good.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled solo
    Written August 20, 2023
  • Chloe G
    2 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Softplay extra charge
    This is a good aquarium lots of variety of fish. Some good seating areas to enjoy tanks if it is not too busy. There is the option for a free annual ticket conversion making it good value if you live close enough to return. The restaurant offers a limited selection of food, basically sandwiches and pies, chips. I am astounded that despite the £12.50 child ticket price for children over 3 there is also a £2 charge to use a mediocre soft play. There is no signage outside to say there is a cost at all, so once the children took their shoes off and ran in there was no choice then to pay, I could hardly call them out again. I only realised there was a charge when 2 coffees were £9, when I asked to check the price was told of the soft play charge. unbelievable.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 21, 2023
  • Rose S
    6 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    FINtastic value for money
    Absolutely fantastic, great value for money, educational, and a generally brilliant attraction. You get to see animals you wouldn't on an every day basis, there are regular talks/shows, a "collect the stamp" activity in each of the exhibits, a massive variety of fish and even a turtle!! Plus at only 25 quid FOR A YEAR PASS what's not to love?! Looking forward to another visit when we return to plymouth in a few months!
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 26, 2023
  • cngj
    Looe, United Kingdom750 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Lots to see
    We went here to celebrate our son's first birthday. There was lots to see. We took out the annual pass for locals, which was quite easy to do. We ate lunch in the cafe, which was good value. The £5 paninis were good and the chocolate orange cake was very nice.
    Visited November 2022
    Traveled with family
    Written August 26, 2023
  • Victoria P
    112 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A nice visit for a rainy day
    Pre booking is essential and we visited on a rainy day in school holidays, so it was heaving. We had to overlook a few exhibits as there were just too many people. It's worth a visit, but only took us about an hour and twenty minutes to walk round. We may have gone found again, but by lunchtime it was packed to the rafters. A nice touch us the offer is an annual pass with each ticket for free. So we may try again when in the area.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written August 30, 2023
  • SuzSea
    Dartmoor National Park, United Kingdom181 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Avoid during school holidays
    If you can avoid can avoid during the holidays. Do! We have a free pass (you get annual pass with one tickets purchased)! Don’t usually go int be holidays but had nephew visiting. It was carnage. Far too many people booked during our allotted time and to allow buggies and prams is a joke. The shark show was disappointing couldn’t even see anything it so so packed. Lots of reviews have said it was expensive and don’t in less than an hour. Due to the crowds we passed many tanks and areas. I think less people per slot would help. And not allowing prams. I got hit by a double buggy. Not good or fun day out. We have been many time out of season and it’s a great pledge. Lots to see. So tip is avoid peak times.
    Visited August 2023
    Traveled with family
    Written September 3, 2023
  • Jo Mackness
    Cardington, United Kingdom7 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Disappointed
    Somewhat disappointed with our visit. I understand if you are local it’s great value for money with the returning ticket. Unfortunately, as a one off payment I didn’t feel it was worth it. We went when the kids were back at school thinking it wouldn’t be too busy. Big mistake! The place was overrun with screaming, noisy toddlers and the majority of them had little or no supervision from their parents. We only spent an hour in there as it was like a playgroup. Such a shame as otherwise it would have been a very beautiful and peaceful way to spend a few hours. We were in and out within the hour. The Mums sat around catching up while the kids ran around screaming. Hats off to the guys that work there and have to listen to that all day 😂
    Visited September 2023
    Traveled with friends
    Written September 23, 2023
  • Pritesh M
    Leamington Spa, United Kingdom716 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Cluttered, but nice 1/2 day activity
    As we (my wife and two daughters) were in Plymouth and we were doing tourist activities, we had to come here. It is shown as a popular activity in many of the tourist boards - things to do, and to be fair, it not bad. They have tried to cater for everyone, and that is a very fine balancing act, and although you can see they have tried, it doesn't reach the heights of very good. It is difficult to explain, but if you're going you'll understand after. You'd recommend as an activity to do, but you may not do it again for a while. Staff are polite and answer your questions. Place is massive, but it still felt squashed. Lots to see but felt cluttered. We went in Aug 22, so as Covid regulations had been pretty much lifted, so it may have changed since then. I think you will enjoy, but having been to other aquariums nationally, there was anything over and above these. NB. You may want to take your food.
    Visited October 2022
    Traveled with family
    Written September 29, 2023
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Nick C
3 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Nov 2019
The Aquarium was very good and our Grandaughter really enjoyed it but the parking situation is bad. The car park is Plymouth Harbour multi storey operated by Britannia Parking Group Ltd. We paid the £4.50 to park but they are trying to demand £160.00 via a company named BW Legal or County Court action will be taken with a likely cost of £236.47 (their estimate).

It has taken a long time researching how to deal with this and it is very intimidating. If you use the car park make sure you keep the ticket for a long time, or you will struggle to prove you paid.

Puts you right off returning to the Aquarium by car because it'd be difficult to park anywhere else.
Written February 13, 2020
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Unfortunately because the car park isn't owned by the National Marine Aquarium it is out of our control. You could try seeing if there's any CCTV footage to show evidence that you paid for parking. Thank you so much for visiting us though and apart from the car park trouble we hope you enjoyed your time with us! We hope to sea you again soon, Thanks, Team NMA
Written February 19, 2020
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Luke
Exeter, UK11 contributions
5.0 of 5 bubbles
Dec 2021 • Couples
I had foolishly read some reviews before I came that said the aquarium was "tired", "expensive", and only took half an hour to get round.

The aquarium is not tired at all, it is well kept up and the tanks were being cleaned by divers when we went. There were two very small exhibitions that were currently closed but that's completely acceptable as far as I am closed. The exhibitions are fantastic, the first one you come to which houses some seaside native to the UK is superb and then we go in to some of the bigger tanks which quite frankly are breath taking with rays, sharks, and turtles to name a few.

There are also videos and so much to read and it's all very interesting.

As for the price, at 19.50 for one trip it isn't that cheap but is comparable say to the sea life centre. Where is does offer fantastic value for money is that one ticket qualifies you for an annual membership which is obviously an absolute bargain.

Finally, the length of visit. If you have the attention span of a knat and just want to run round without looking or reading any if the exhibitions, it might take you half an hour. If you are intelligent enough and want to take an interest you can easily spend three hours here, as we did (and that's not including a visit to the excellent cafe, which has a very good omnivore and plant based menu).

Overall if you are genuinely interested in marine life and want to take an interest, I would heartily recommend this. If you are a tourist who wants to just be somewhere and run round somewhere quickly, maybe go somewhere else.
Written December 18, 2021
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Hey, firstly thank you for taking the time to review our Aquarium, together with our Charity we appreciate the feedback. We're so glad you enjoyed all of our main exhibits and understand that not all exhibits can be open all of the time (it is normally just the smaller tanks that are closed which house small animals.) We do provide a 3 hour time slot for visits to go round as many times as they want and to experience all the talks and shows our Discovery Rangers Provide. We definitely hope to sea you again soon with your Complimentary Annual Return Pass. Team NMA.
Written May 5, 2022
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Gemma P
Okehampton146 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Family
We are regular visitors to the aquarium, my niece loves it there so everytime she comes to Devon on holiday a trip to the aquarium is a must. We were really dissapointed this time as all of the precautions needed because of COVID-19 were not organised or ran very well at all. We booked online as you have to and chose a 1:30pm - 4:30pm time slot. We arrived just before 1:30pm but had to wait almost 30 minutes to get inside because of the huge queue. Once inside it was evident there were not enough staff on as the same member of staff seeing people in on the one desk was the same member who was serving customers at the other end at the gift shop. In all honesty I am not sure why they make you book online as there were far more people in there at once than there are normally. As you had to book online we assumed they would be letting less people in because of social distancing etc but totally not the case. I do feel they need to limit how many people are going in, yes I realise they need the money, however it really wasn't an enjoyable visit. The gift shop has always been quite small in terms of what is available to buy, eventhough the shop space is quite big but more of it has been taken away so even less choice which is a shame. If the aquarium aren't changing their rules on how many they let in at once I sadly think we won't be back for a while.
Written August 25, 2020
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Thanks for taking the time to review our Aquarium, our charity values your thoughts and feedback. Our timeslots are there to ensure we do limit capacity at our Aquarium to keep covid-19 social distancing measures in place. Overall, we allow less people into the building than usual. During peak times there are still going to be queues into the building we’re afraid, less so than our usual queues during peak times but queues ensure that people can social distance on arrival and allow our team time to check tickets at the front desk. Because of covid-19 we have had less staff onsite this year to reduce the risk of spread and ensure our visitors’ and colleagues safety. We thank you for your patience and ensure that we are doing what we can to provide an enjoyable and safe experience during this strange time. Hopefully Sea you again soon! Thanks, Team NMA
Written December 1, 2020
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capdellatraveller
Mallorca, Spain1,472 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Oct 2019
We visited on a rainy Sunday afternoon in October... we were met by a wall of sound as soon as we entered the place. Full of screaming children where the parents have no control.

So it was far from being the wonderful, calm, contemplative experience it should be, having spent a great deal of time in our younger days as diving enthusiasts!

The aquarium is well thought out & maintained, with quite a few static & wall exhibits. There were a few large tanks, notably the shark & rays.

There's an auditorium in front of the larger tank & a girl using a microphone explained some of the fish while a couple of divers entered the water... but it was aimed at under 8s.

We spent a couple of hours there but I came out with a thumping headache.
Written January 9, 2020
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Thanks for taking the time to review our Aquarium, our charity values your thoughts and feedback. The weekends and holidays are the busiest times for us at the NMA so these are usually the times we have more visitors; however, we’re pleased to say your ticket gains you free entry anytime throughout the year! Hopefully you’ll come back during our quieter periods to get the wonderful, calm, contemplative experience you deserve. We also do many events throughout the year including Yoga at the Aquarium and we’re also running our brand NEW Sleeping with Sharks Sleepovers for adults which are guaranteed to give you a relaxing experience here at the aquarium. We hope to sea you again soon. Thanks, Team NMA
Written February 19, 2020
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Chorleymagsontour
Leyland, UK42 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
May 2021 • Family
Disappointing visit en route to a holiday in Cornwall. It is apparently the biggest aquarium in the country but we easily completed it in 45 mins. The venue was outdated, shabby and overcrowded with mums and toddlers, as other reviewers have described. Unlike other venues we have visited during the pandemic, there was little in place to support social distancing, with small, crowded viewing areas, a packed and poky cafe and small, not particularly clean toilets. Although we booked in advance and had a arrival time, it didn’t feel like anything had been done to reduce visitor numbers or manage the visitor flow through the aquarium. There was little variety in the displays, although we did enjoy seeing some large sting rays and a turtle. Overall it was poor value for money - £88 for 4 of us - and even though they offer a free annual pass, I’m not sure we’d want to use it even if we did happen to come back to Plymouth in the next 12 months. Sadly would not recommend.
Written June 21, 2021
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Thanks very much for taking the time to review our Aquarium. We’ve passed your comments about the toilets to our Front of House manager who will speak to his team to ensure this isn’t the case for future visits. The past 12 months, like many people, businesses, and charities, has been a difficult time for us, having been closed for 8 months of the year, without income, we’ve not been able to do works or install new exhibits as we’d have hoped, but have tried to paint, install new lighting and clean as best as we can. We’re sorry you were disappointed with our efforts, but we hope we’ll be able to invest to improve our facility in the coming months. We do feel however the amazing animals and animal husbandry we have here is worth a visit, as well as our team of Ocean Discovery Rangers on hand to help with any questions. As for social distancing, we take covid health and safety very seriously, however it is up to each individual to ensure they uphold the rules we put in place regarding social distancing, mask wearing and likewise. We’ve limited our visitor numbers by half and have Ocean Discovery Rangers situated around the building to manage flow in smaller areas. Hopefully you’ll consider visiting our 5000+ animals here again with your Complimentary Annual Pass soon! All the best, Team NMA
Written August 6, 2021
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Zack J
82 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Couples
Whilst this place is great and the staff are extremely friendly and helpful it really doesn’t have a wow factor.

It’s a lot smaller than I expected and the visit was over in about an hour.

Whilst the ticket price is quite high it does allow you to return within a year. However I don’t feel it’s something you’d want to come back to.

It looks great for young children but for a day trip for a couple I wouldn’t recommend.
Written July 24, 2020
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Thanks for taking the time to review our Aquarium. Firstly we'd like to thank you for your compliments about our friendly and great staff, we think they're fantastic too and are pleased you feel young children would enjoy our Aquarium. We recommend a two/three hour visit to us, but depending on the visitor you can walk around the Aquarium much quicker than that. We find people enjoy walking around the Aquarium a few times due to the fact that some Ocean animals are more active at different times. Sitting and pondering the Ocean exhibits, you'll often see different Ocean traits and personalities too. We hope you'll use your free return pass and maybe visit us during a quieter period, to really get the most out of our Aquarium.
Written July 29, 2020
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Selma N
Hounslow, UK3 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2020 • Family
honest feedback. very pricey for what you see, nothing great and exciting, spent less than an hour inside and spent £70 for 2 adults a senior and a child. definitely not worth the price and I wish someone was honest enough to say that. it was very boring and they didn't allow us to cancel our senior ticket as he was unwell. instead suggested booking for another day. do you think the senior would have visited the aquarium on his own the next day? the aquarium also looks very old, I really dont k know how it can be the best .
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Written July 19, 2020
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Thanks for taking the time to give us your honest feedback. In the current global climate we allow all visitors to cancel tickets up to an hour before their slot time, so we're unsure why that wasn't the case for you. We'll be sure to look into this. As the largest Aquarium in the UK with over 4,000 animals we know we're not everyone's cup of tea (or sea!), but do feel that with our amazing Ocean animals a visit to our Aquarium is a great immersive experience and connect with the Ocean. We hope you'll use your free return pass you received included in the entry price and visit us again soon.
Written July 29, 2020
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katek1234
Derby44 contributions
3.0 of 5 bubbles
Jul 2021
It was ok... Having paid £40+ for 2 adults and an under 3, we were disappointed by the offering.

If the cost was lower i would give 4/5 but for the cost i expected big things. The one way system is in place and it feels generally safe and Covid secure. There are two big tanks which are nice to spend time watching and spotting different fish/ sharks etc, but these did get busy and became overwhelming for our 2 year old.

We went on a Thursday, outside of school holidays, for the first booking at 10Am and it was quite busy, so if you want quiet id have a look at maybe the afternoon slots/ lunchtime.

There is one outside area which we used to take a break from the overwhelm and i think if there were more outside areas/ open areas where possible for younger children/ parents/ adults to take a break, this would definitely have improved the oppressive nature (i expect this a little bit as it is an aquarium but it did feel quite dark and close in the building).

Overall an ok way to pass a couple of hours in Plymouth.
Written July 6, 2021
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Thanks for taking the time to review our Aquarium, our charity values your thoughts and feedback. We’re glad you enjoyed our big tanks and would highly recommend you re-visit again with your Complimentary Annual Return Pass on a quieter day. We also do special Quiet at the Aquarium events a few evenings a year which might be of interest to you. You can check out upcoming dates by visiting the booking page on our website. Hopefully Sea you again soon! All the best, Team NMA
Written August 10, 2021
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London_girl_8313
London, United Kingdom32 contributions
4.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020
Visited as family of with Children aged 2 and 5.
Spent about 90 mins looking at the fish. Lots of variety and interesting displays. Visitor numbers are restricted and it didn’t feel crowded. Lots of people not wearing masks but hopefully this will change...
Not a cheap morning but I imagine these types of places are very expensive to maintain.
Ticket allows free entry for a year, so if you return better value.
Written August 8, 2020
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Thanks for taking the time to review our Aquarium. We hope your family enjoyed our Aquarium and we look forward to welcoming you back soon!
Written August 10, 2020
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_T_
Guildford, UK16 contributions
2.0 of 5 bubbles
Aug 2020 • Couples
The aquarium and the work the staff do to help our sea life is amazing and highly commendable. The animals all seemed happy, healthy and had no visible ailments.

We paid £45 with a £5 donation fee (because I’m a sucker for animals and with COVID wanted to support them). The aquarium took no longer than half an hour to walk around which to be honest, was rather disappointing considering how much we paid to get in.

You are allowed to walk around as often as you like within your 3 hour time slot, but after our second walk around I was getting a little bored and we decided to leave, we were there for a total of 2/3 of the hours we paid for.

There were rules set out to keep everyone safe, yet NO ONE was around to enforce this. Many people ignored the one way system, crossed over the line and we found ourselves being crowded into a corner in some enclosures because everyone was getting to close and trapping us in.
We saw one staff member in our entire 2 hours there and they asked once for people to step back, wondered off and was never seen again.

I wish there was more to do, even if there were limited talks or staff to ask questions to rather than being bombarded with unruly kids and unbothered parents.

I wouldn’t visit again, but I’m glad we were able to experience it. I just wouldn’t pay this much money for so little.
Written August 26, 2020
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Thanks for taking the time to review our Aquarium, our charity values your thoughts and feedback. We appreciate your support so much, thanks a lot for your donation and for visiting us! It takes approximately 1 hour on average to walk around and see most of our animals at our Aquarium. Our 3 hour time-slots are to allow visitors enough time to see as much as possible as well as stop off at our café if they so wish. We have over 4000 different animals so hopefully you got the chance to see many of them while you were here. We want to ensure you that the safety of our visitors, animals and staff is of our upmost priority at this time. Due to covid-19 measures we have had reduced staff in the building for this reason, but we try to ensure that there is at least one Ocean Discovery Ranger in each area to answer any questions and encourage social distancing. Your entry ticket gets you Complimentary Free Entry to our Aquarium all year round so we hope you'll consider giving us another chance. All the best! Team NMA
Written December 1, 2020
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