Sea Life London Aquarium
The Sea Life London Aquarium is home to over 500 hundred species from a variety of habitats ranging from the tropics to the Arctic. Explore over 65 displays complete with genuine plant life housed in realistic under water worlds beneath 2 million litres of water, all from the safety of specially designed viewing tunnels so there is no need to get wet! Your journey through the Great Oceanic Conveyor will take you into 14 themed zones containing an array of interactive experiences including public feedings, diving displays and kids favourite 'touch pools'. See in excess of 40 sharks from a total of 12 different species in the 'Shark Reef Encounter' and brave the Shark Walk, if you dare!
Book now and take advantage of a selection of deals on Sea Life London Aquarium tickets when packaged with other popular attractions. This includes the EDF Energy London Eye, which is just a stone’s throw from the Aquarium, making this an ideal day out for the whole family. Iif you don't want to visit both attractions on the same day, that's no problem! These tickets not only come with priority access, but also complete flexibility. Simply choose the days you wish to explore each venue, leaving you free to enjoy London at your own pace while taking advantage of our reduced rates.
SEALIFE LONDON AQUARIUM ANNOUNCES THE ARRIVAL OF THEIR FIRST GENTOO PENGUIN CHICK
The SEA LIFE London Aquarium proudly introduced its very first Gentoo Penguin chick as the team gave the tiny new arrival a routine weigh-in. The youngster, who weighted in at 600g, was born to proud parents Arnie and Luna, and they've been carefully caring for it ever since, under the watchful eye of expert aquarists at the attraction.
“We were very excited to discover that Arnie and Luna had delivered an egg, and now to see them working together to bring up their tiny chick is wonderful” said one of the aquarists who looks after the penguins, Cat Dixon. "They're an established family group now, and we are very pleased at the chick’s early progress. In the coming weeks we'll expect to see it put on more weight and become more independent, but the chick won't grow waterproof feathers for another two months, so until then he'll be staying out of the water with his parents".
Since they arrived in 2011, the penguins have been extremely popular with guests who can observe the group daily in their especially themed Antarctic area.
As you can imagine everyone is very excited about this new arrival at SEA LIFE London Aquarium!!
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Sea Life London Aquarium is close to Westminster underground (Circle, District or Jubilee Lines) and Waterloo underground (Northern, Jubilee or Bakerloo lines)
Sea Life London Aquarium
County Hall, Westminster Bridge Rd, London SE1 7PB