SeaLife Aquarium Highlights
Take a fascinating journey beneath the waves at SeaLife London Aquarium. From coastal beaches and reefs to the dark depths of the ocean, you'll see thousands of unique sea creatures in a series of special aquatic habitats. Explore these custom-designed zones to see animals like sharks, penguins, jellyfish, crocodiles, rays and more. Located on London's South Bank beneath the London Eye, SeaLife London Aquarium is the perfect place to delight and entertain the whole family. Feed your curiosity in this magical underwater environment, which offers the chance to observe and learn about unique sea creatures in a variety of different marine zones.查看更多詳情 閱讀更少
SeaLife London Aquarium features over 15 unique marine zones. See sharks glide below your feet from a glass walkway above the Pacific Zone. Discover a rippling lagoon that's alive with rays and skates. Feel the tickle of a sea anemone in the rock pool. Green sea turtles and sharks will glide over your head in the amazing underwater tunnel and Shipwreck zones, jellyfish bob mysteriously in Ocean Invaders, and Gentoo penguins chatter and play in the Antarctic Penguin Point. These are just some of the marine zones on display - there's so much more to discover at SeaLife Aquarium.
600 Different Species
On your visit to SeaLife you'll be able to see fascinating animals like sharks, rays, octopuses, penguins, seahorses, jellyfish, frogs, piranhas, crocodiles, tropical fish, turtles and more. It's not every day that you get to see these remarkable marine treasures, so don't miss the opportunity to see them in the heart of London!
SeaLife London Aquarium hosts a number of daily talks and feeding demonstrations across different Marine Zones. You'll get valuable insight into animals like sharks, octopuses, penguins, piranhas and rays in these special discussions, which might even include the opportunity to participate in feeding. You can also choose to upgrade your experience to enjoy a VIP behind-the-scenes tour, and even go snorkelling with sharks!
The team at SeaLife care deeply about the oceans and the creatures that live in and arounf them. Using the ethos of 'BREED, RESCUE, PROTECT', they have established and supported programs and charities to better understand and sustain marine species, from undulate rays to coral propagation. The SeaLife Trust was set up in 2013 to support projects and campaigns that make a measurable difference to the protection of marine wildlife and habitats, and the aquarium works with a number of conservation partners all over the world, include marine specialists like Bite-Back Shark and Marine Conservation, The Big Fish Campaign, and The Marine Conservation Society’s Good Fish Guide.