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Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium

  • Balloch
  • Indoor
  • Ages 0-12
  • Aquariums

Attraction Information

Immerse yourself in an underwater adventure at SEA LIFE Loch Lomond Aquarium and come face to face with over 1,500 amazing sea creatures, including the only Japanese Spider Crab in Scotland! 

Begin your exploring and discover the secrets of the world’s oceans in 7 themed zones. From learning fascinating facts about black tip sharks, nurse sharks and the mysteriously named Sir Bobby Robson Shark, all the way to meeting the playful family of otters – Lily, Pickle & Cub, it will be a day to remember! You can even stroll underneath tonnes of water, surrounded by over 20 species of tropical fish in the magnificent Tropical Ocean Tunnel. 



  • Huge 250,000 litre Ocean Tunnel 
    Great views of Loch Lomond from The Lookout 
  • Loads of sea creatures to see

Opening hours

Monday to Sunday 10:00 - 17:00

There are enhanced safety measure in place at the attractions due to Covid-19, please see their website for full details.

Last Entry

1 hour before attraction closes

Pricing

General Admission
Adults: £15.95
Kids (3-14): £10.95
Under 3's: Free

Travel & Contact Information

Address

Drumkinnon Tower, Ben Lomond Way, Balloch, Glasgow and Strathclyde, G83 8QL, Scotland

Phone number

01389 721500

Map

Website

Click here to visit Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium's website.

FAQ & Additional Information

Yes, there is parking onsite.

Yes, there are toilets.

No, there are no baby changing facilities.

Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium has not told us if you can bring a picnic.

There are baby food facilities available.

Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium has not told us about their dining options.

No, Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium is not wheelchair friendly.

No, Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium have stated they are not pushchair friendly.

Sea Life Loch Lomond Aquarium has not told us if they are dog friendly.

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