Dive into the marvelous world of underwater and experience up close the marine life in a delightful opportunity at the SEA LIFE Aquarium in London, UK. Opened in 1997, it attracts populace from all over the world who visit to view and admire the wonderful marine life in one of the largest aquariums in Europe.
Embark on an enchanting journey that leads you beneath the land into the depths of the lives and world of the beautiful amazing creatures residing underwater. The aquarium boasts of a majestic glass walkway giving the appearance of walking above the ocean and offering incredible views of the aquarium below. Catch sight of the myriad different species swimming in the gigantic aquarium such as seahorses, seadragons, pipefish, turtles, 10 different species of sharks, colourful anemones, clownfish, jellyfish, rays, octopus, eels and many more.
Explore the different exciting zones such as
Shark Walk – Stroll upon a suspended glass platform and marvel at the gorgeous sharks such as sand tiger shark, nurse shark and many more that glide beneath you. For a more exhilarating and adrenaline pumping adventure, opt to snorkel alongside them.
Atlantic Coasts – Come across a wide array of diverse underwater creatures such as sand eels and common octopuses.
Ray Lagoon – Encounter a lagoon at the shallow waters brimming with beautiful stingrays.
Rockpool – A unique opportunity to learn about starfishes, anemones, fascinating micro-habitats and the incredible creatures that thrive in them.
Open Oceans – A breathtaking view, witness purple tangs, triggerfish, snappers and hundreds more gorgeous tropical fish as they flit around the replica bones of a great Grey Whale. Imposing southern stingrays patrol the seabed whilst small cownose rays dance above their heads.
Ocean Tunnel - Walk through the ocean tunnel which provides an ambience of being surrounded by the splendid sea life such as glitter fish and green sea turtles.
Ship Wreck - Plunge deep into the Pacific Ocean and into the ancient Ship Wreck, where spectacular sharks cruise serenely past; weaving around the Easter Island Heads.
Penguin Point – View the adorable Gentoo Penguins as they play, dip, glide and dive around.
Rainforest Adventure - Immerse yourself in a world of creepy crawlies, charming crocs and curious critters. Come just centimetres away from the goliath bird eating tarantula, a colony of leafcutter ants and UK's biggest collection of Piranha's.
The aquarium also offers a once in a lifetime opportunity to feed the wide array of creatures such as the sharks, rays, penguins, octopus and many more.
The trip to the SEA LIFE London Aquarium will leave you with a sense of amazement and awe as you encounter the spectacular and diverse marine life under one roof.
Price (in INR approximately)
|Online Booking||Admission Desk|
|Adult (16+ years)||INR 2,172||INR 2,444|
|Child (3-15 years)||INR 1,765||INR 1,991|
|Fast Track Entry|
|Adult (16+ years)||INR 2,986||INR 3,348|
|Child (3-15 years)||INR 2,579||INR 2,896|
|VIP Ticket (includes entry to Rainforest Adventure and Behind the Scenes Tour)|
|Adult (16+ years)||INR 3,802|
|Child (3-15 years)||INR 3,349|
|Snorkel With Sharks (15 minutes)||INR 11,761|
Interesting Facts about SEA Life Aquarium
How to get to SEA Life Aquarium
The nearest tube stations are Westminster and Waterloo. Westminster tube is on the Circle, Jubilee and District lines. From Westminster, exit onto Westminster Bridge (Exit 1) and then cross over the Bridge. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is visible from the bridge. Waterloo tube is on the Northern, Bakerloo, Waterloo & City lines. From Waterloo follow the exit signs for the South Bank (Exit 6) and walk towards the Coca-Cola London Eye. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is in County Hall, next to the Coca-Cola London Eye.
The nearest train station is Waterloo. From Waterloo follow the exit signs for the South Bank and walk towards the Coca-Cola London Eye. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is in County Hall, next to the Coca-Cola London Eye.
Charing Cross train station is also near to SEA LIFE London Aquarium. From Charing Cross take the exit next to platform 1 for Hungerford Bridge; go over the bridge and follow signs for Jubilee Gardens. Follow the river front past the Coca-Cola London Eye and the Aquarium is on your left.
There are a large number of bus services which stop in the vicinity of Waterloo or Westminster Bridge Road (both accessible to the Aquarium.) For Westminster Bridge Road, take the 12, 53, 59, 76, 148, 159, 211 or 341. For Belvedere Road (just behind the Aquarium, parallel to the South Bank), take the 77 or RV1. For York Road (next to Waterloo and behind the Aquarium) take the 211, 77 or 381. Many other buses stop in Waterloo Road, which is a few minutes walk from the Aquarium. These include 1,4, 26, X68, 76, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 507 and 638.