SEA LIFE London Aquarium | Day Out With The Kids

SEA LIFE London Aquarium

3 star Rating 3 / 5 1 reviews

South Bank, Greater London, England

Attraction Information

  • Aquariums icon Aquariums

Ages: all ages

Venue type: Indoor

Life under the Sea really is better at SEA LIFE London Aquarium where you can come face-to-face with over 10,000 sea creatures.

The Aquarium experience starts with an unnerving Shark Walk, where just below the glass at your feet swim these magnificent fish. Down in the cold Atlantic Depths you’ll find even more mysterious creatures such as an octopus and sand eel. The Tidal Reach will make you think differently about the life on British shores, and the Ray lagoon ripples with activity.

In the Ocean tunnel you’ll see giant green sea turtles swimming above you, and the world’s smallest hammerhead shark. On dry land there’s a colony of Gentoo penguins and you can meet an augmented reality Polar Bear in Frozen Planet.

There’s more under than sea than just Dory and Nemo!

  • Animal talks and feeding times
  • Disabled access
  • Annual passes and VIP experiences available


  • Toilets Toilets Available
  • Baby Baby Changing Available
  • Disabled Disabled Toilets Available
  • Wheelchair Wheelchair Friendly
  • Parking Parking Available Nearby
  • Pushchair Pushchair Friendly

Getting There and Contact Information


County Hall in Riverside Building, Westminster Bridge Road, South Bank, Greater London, SE1 7PB, England


Click here to visit SEA LIFE London Aquarium's website
0871 663 1678

Standard Opening Times and Pricing

Opening hours

Term Time
Monday to Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday to Sunday 09:30 - 19:00

Summer Holidays
Monday to Sunday 09:30 - 19:00


General Admission
Adults (16+): £26.00
Kids (3-15): £21.00

Last Entry

1 hour before attraction closes

More Information

Parking facilities

The Q-Park Westminster car park is located just a short distance from the attraction and they offer a discount of 15% to those that pre-book their parking. 


The sea life is for me

3 star Rating 3 / 5

Written by Siobhan stewart Charles . 09.03.17

Since are little one has now turned one we have been finding loads of things to do with her sea life london aquarium was first on are list. Transport to the london Aquarium was very easy and when we got there the ticket was even cheaper then what the info was put online During the day there was so much to look at and was in there for three hours We mostly enjoyed the sharks and pengines we was even lucky to see them eat as well as sit and listen To the important facts about sharks and penguins