This was our second visit to the National Sea Life Centre and it shows. This is definitely a place to visit once in a blue moon as the displays change very little.
Clearly the fish are looked after and given plenty of room and enrichment. It was a nice idea to allow visitors to touch a star fish and a sponge - quite different in texture and quite odd to feel.
For the second time the otters were no where to be seen and because of the screaming school children must've been very scared. So my advice don't visit on a school day to avoid the school trips.
We chose to watch the 4D film, Turtle Vision, as we hadn't seen it before (Happy Feet was on for our last visit) and we were very impressed. A great story and a good use of motion, water sprays and change of temperature.
I was impressed more on my first visit and hence wouldn't advise multiple visits close together. There is no longer a restaurant which is a shame.
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