SEA LIFE London Aquarium

Zoos and aquariums



  • Aquarium tank

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    Aquarium tank
  • London Sea Life Aquarium

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    London Sea Life Aquarium
  • Crab

    Michelle Grant / Time Out

  • Shark tank

    Michelle Grant / Time Out

    Shark tank
  • Turtles

    Michelle Grant/ Time Out

  • © Sea Life London Aquarium

  • © Garry Samuels


  • Visitor enjoying the fish

    Michelle Grant / Time Out

    Visitor enjoying the fish

Aquarium tank

Michelle Grant / Time Out

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Venue details

  • Address:

    County Hall
    SEA LIFE London Aquarium Riverside Building
    Westminster Bridge Rd
    SE1 7PB

  • Venue phone:

    0871 663 1678, bookings 020 7492 1561

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  • Opening hours:

    Mon-Sun 10am-7pm (last adm 6pm); Jul 20-Sep 1, Oct 26-Nov 3 Mon-Sun 10am-8pm (last adm 7pm)

  • Transport:

    Tube: Westminster

  • Price:

    £20.70; £15 3-15s; free under-3s; £64.26 family (2 adults + 2 children)

  • Map

    1. County Hall
      • County Hall
        Riverside Building
        Westminster Bridge Rd
        SE1 7PB
      • 0871 663 1678, bookings 020 7492 1561
      • 51.502821,-0.119227

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Very very fun the aquarium is.It has loads of amazing animalls.Its very fun when you get to tuch a star fish and a crab!Plus if you go to the London zoo it is very cold in the winter so you should go to the London aquarium in the winter.


overpriced tourist trap-avoid and go to London zoo instead. shuffle around in tight corridors and end up in the shop of all places, couldn't wait to get out!


We went for my housemates 21st birthday, were allowed to touch starfish and anemones also given stickers.


I loved the `rays`.....they were really sweet, not what i imagined, very inquisitive ....Sea horses have to be another firm favourite.....but unfortunatly for larger animals i feel the tanks vast as they are still need to be a lot bigger and I also feel that these wild animals should maybe be left in the be free , not to be gawped at by 100s people daily......We got a 2-4-1 offer off peak rate so it wasnt too expensive. The penguins looked really `hacked off` standing there with the painted scene of the arctic? in the background......i felt they really should`nt be there!! a member of staff commented that the penguins were the main attraction so no chance of those guys getting their freedom soon then....i really dont know now where i stand in this day & age about Zoos, unless its `vital conservation` and even so species will come and go through the ages as they`ve always done so. ...similar stuff around circus`s...who now have Very few animals as acts......a sign of changing consciousness


Do yourself a favour, give it a miss and go somewhere else like London Zoo (same price but much more variety and pleasanter) or the Museums (free). This place is overpriced, over-rated and a blight on the landscape. £70 to for a family to queue up for an hour then get shuffled around quickly looking at fish in glass tanks.


rather expensive, but definitely fascinating, especially the giant sea turtle, the sharks and the underwater tunnel.