- Parks and Playgrounds
Suitable for all ages
Venue type: Indoor, Outdoor
Dive into an underwater wonderland at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park. Your water babies can play, create and make plenty of finned friends, including the much-misunderstood shark!
Prepare to get hands-on in the rockpool, discover the remarkable life of seahorses or, if you dare, get nose-to-nose with your new found pals, sharks! Kids can pick up countless fascinating facts and attend all sorts of talks and feeding demonstrations. Come face to beak with the world's smallest, cutest Penguins in Fairy Penguin Island! Home to a family of 20 Fairy Penguins in a brand new walk through experience.
Across this 7-acre site, you’re sure to learn loads about Sea Life’s environmental efforts with fellow Ranger, Tyler the Turtle. Then finally wade your way to the Caribbean Cove and hop aboard the Galleon, or see how many slides you can tackle in the Splash Zone.
- An array of underwater areas to explore
- Hundreds of species to meet, greet and feed
- An adventure play area and all sorts of water slides
- Restaurant Onsite
- Snacks Available
- Picnics Allowed
- Wheelchair Friendly
- Toilets Available
- Baby Changing Available
- Disabled Toilets Available
- Parking Available On-site
- Pushchair Friendly
Getting There and Contact Information
Lodmoor Country Park, Weymouth, Dorset, DT4 7SX, England
Standard Opening Times and Pricing
Monday to Sunday 11:00 - 17:00
1 hour before attraction closes
Assistance/Guide Dogs only
Pay and Display
Brilliant range of attractions!
Written by Mummy's Waisted . 14.04.18
Weymouth Sealife is great, it's really spread out, with lots of creatures to visit both inside and out. There's a massive adventure playground which is suitable for all ages, plus a splash pad. There are lots of pop up events going on, so no two visits are the same.
Good but could be much better
Written by . 31.08.18
Ok...lets start on bad points. Unless it is a sunny, hot day, half the park is pointless (Splash zone). Very limited food choices available on site. Mostly repackaged toastie and wraps...closer to Costa than restaurant/cafe. Unless you have a discount voucher, or have spent ages online looking at offers, it can be expensive to get in. There is very little in terms of baby changing facilities. Kids are offered a chance to collect stamps for a prize at the end - its a fluffy sticker. For anyone over 4, this is a bit insulting. Splash zone should be supervised but isn't. -- They advertise the Jurrasic Skylight as a "twin" location, but it is across the other side of the bay - the land train is on the hour and finishes at 4pm - no information inside SeaLife Centre. -- Now the positives.... The staff were good; engaging, helpful and are always attentive. The staff and the attractions are the only thing keeping this place afloat (no pun intended), but this is only once y9u are through the gates. .... It's good....not brilliant. Expensive but certainly worth a good 4-6 hours of time. Better for kids up to 10 years.