Visiting the Sea Life Aquarium in London

There are many places that you can visit in London , and many are also those that I have already recommended, although no matter how many I tell you there are always more, and it is a city that has so much to offer that you could be there for months and do every day something different. The place I want to tell you about today is very special, it is Sea Life , a spectacular museum-aquarium where you can see some of the largest collections of marine animals in Europe.

It is in the city center, close to many attractions such as the London Eye or the River Thames. Specifically, it is in the Riverside building, on the way to Westminster Bridge , an incredible place that is visited by thousands of tourists every day. The Sea Life in London was inaugurated in 1997 and a couple of years ago it was thoroughly renovated for a year, so its facilities are now the most modern and safe that you can find in any venue of this type. Even so, they try to be always renewing themselves to have the latest news and offer the best to their visitors.

This magnificent marine museum is visited by almost a million people every year to spend a day seeing more than 1,000 marine creatures belonging to some 500 species that come from all over the world. It is organized in three floors that have a total of 14 thematic areas, all of them distributed in such a way that the environment can be protected at all times. The greatest spectacularity is in the sharks , an animal that is present in 40 specimens of 12 different species.

You can buy tickets right there, at your hotel, at a tourist office or on the website so that you can take your trip well organized from home. The price for adults is 17 pounds, for children up to 15 years it is 12 and children under three are free. In addition, there are offers for groups and you can buy a promotional package that allows you to enter the Sea Life, the London Eye and take a cruise on the Thames . Without a doubt a fun day that you will spend, especially if you are traveling with children.