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SEA LIFE London Aquarium

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Relax, unwind and delve into the depths of the exciting and diverse underwater world at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium.


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COVID-19 Update

This product will be operating as normal from August. Paper vouchers are no longer accepted at any Merlin attraction, an electronic copy of your E-ticket (on your phone) is required for admission.

All guests over the age of 11 will be required to wear a face covering/mask whilst in the attraction; these will be available to purchase at the attraction on the day of your visit.

Should you start displaying any of the symptoms associated with COVID-19 please refrain from visiting. Please contact Customer Services should you need to amend your booking.

SEALIFE London Aquarium Health Guidelines - click to open




The SEA LIFE London Aquarium features thousands of marine creatures from every part of the world including 46 sharks and some breathtaking features including a stunning tropical glass tunnel walkway and a nerve testing Shark Walk finale.

  • There are over 500 different species of Rays and Skate in our oceans and rivers. Their closest relative is the Shark; Rays evolved from Sharks around 150 million years ago! Just like Sharks, Rays don't have a bony skeleton. Instead, their skeleton is made of cartilage (just like our nose and ears!) This makes them lighter so it is easier for Rays to glide through the ocean.
  • Penguins are playful! They love to slide down icy patches on their bellies and take turns to dive into the ocean. Did you know their black and white pattern is a form of camouflage? It helps them blend in with the water and keep safe from predators. SEA LIFE has helped breed baby King Penguins, Gentoo Penguins and Humboldt Penguins.
  • Sharks have lived in our oceans for more than 420 million years! That makes them older than trees! Their brains have evolved to become more intelligent and devoted to their senses - mainly their ability to smell. There are over 500 species of shark in our oceans and you'll meet lots of them when you explore our Pacific Shipwreck!
  • You can find seahorses in oceans all over the world! There are over 40 species. Some live on coral reefs, others amongst mangrove roots and many life in seagrass meadows. Pigmy Seahorses are as tiny as your little finger nail, but Big-belly Seahorses will be even bigger than your hand!

Ocean Invaders: Enter the world of jellyfish

Immerse yourselves in the fascinating world of the jellyfish in the new sensory experience that will enlighten you to this mysterious, fascinating and beautiful species.

As you float into of this new experience, you will move through three different interactive spaces. In the first area ‘Discover’ - you’ll explore the world of the jellyfish and find out about their lifecycle and incredible survival skills. Continue your gelatinous journey in the ‘Understand’ area - where you’ll get to know the various species, the most dangerous, and the most spectacular and have the chance to create your own digital swarm while testing the strength of the jellyfish sting. Finally, enter the ‘Wow’ area where you’ll witness a jaw dropping spectacular and be completely surrounded by the jellyfish invasion.




The aquarium has a special queue for advance ticket holders, but during peak holiday periods there will still be some waiting time.

Evan Evans Tours

Tickets are booked through Evan Evans Tours.

SEA LIFE London Opening Hours:

Daily: 10.00am to 7.00pm. Last admission 6.00pm
Closed 25 December

The aquarium will sometimes close at 6.00pm for private events (last admission 5.00pm).

Tickets are booked for a specific date and time, and will be taken in by the supplier upon exchange. If you are unable to print the ticket please show the ticket on your phone as the barcode will be scanned.

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