The Sealife centre is most certainly a places I would recommned anyone who goes to Brighton visits. Going in expecting it to have the same sort of displays as all aqauriums we were pleasantly surprised by the sealife centre and had a very enjoyable time. As well as the usual carp and tropical fish on display we were pleased to also be able to see quite a few different speices of turtle and teripins including getting to see the very large sea turtles being fed. The sealife centre also offered an oppurtunity to touch crabs, starfish and anenomies as well as offering many dfferent displays throughout the day. It was also lovely to see that some of the orignal Vicotrian elements of the centre have been restored and retained. The only downside to the trip was litter within the show area which made sitting to watch the sharks and turtles slightly unpleasant.
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