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Dive into an amazing journey through the original Victorian architecture of the oldest operating aquarium in the world, built in 1872. Look out for the dazzling scales, gigantic teeth and fantastic fins of our 3,500 mesmerising creatures and get...more
All reviews glass bottom boat behind the scenes sealife centre underwater tunnel boat ride giant turtles star fish free tickets rainy day gift shop couple of hours great for kids beautiful building tanks aquarium rays creatures
We went to Brighton Sea Life with 2 over 50’s, 2 adults, 2 teenagers and 2 under 8’s. the whole experience was awful it was boring their was a small kiosk that does not even resemble a cafe as described and the whole experience after...More
Had a very enjoyable day with my daughter and two of my grandsons aged 2 3/4 and 3 3/4 (cousins)
Plenty of different fish and exciting things to see and do
I love the beautiful building inside and was interested in the video that showed...More
Lovely aquarium and excellent for young children. Temporary blip at present because of building work where some of the aquarium is closed. There is warning on the Sealife website about building works. We had a good time - very quiet in January, so space for...More
Me and my fiance visited Brighton 7th-9th January. Booked the sea life online for the 8th January and paid the £10.50 per person - was really looking forward to it!
As we turn up there is a small sign outside saying that the ocean section...More
Visited many times before and the renovations seem to be going on for a long time. Last time we went I think it was the seahorses exhibition that was being done. Now the children ate older they are keen to read up on what they're...More
This was one of the highlights of our holiday.....the main exhibit was closed for maintenance, but it was still worth the visit...and we got a return pass ( for the inconvenience). So much to see of all kinds of sea life. Next time I will...More
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Network Rail Days out have a 2-for-1 deal if you go by train, so approx £19.00 for 2 but beware, at Sea Life adult prices start at age 3! £10.00/head adult and half that for children could be justified but absolutely no... More
Network Rail Days out have a 2-for-1 deal if you go by train, so approx £19.00 for 2 but beware, at Sea Life adult prices start at age 3! £10.00/head adult and half that for children could be justified but absolutely no more with the exhibition as it currently stands.
Also, parking in Madeira Parade is £11.00 for 4 hours.
Probably better to spend your money somewhere else.