Sea Life London is a great way to spend a couple of hours in London, exploring the large underwater world full of sea creatures and marine life.
The aquarium is very easy to get to and located on London’s South Bank next to the County Hall Building. It’s only a short walk from the London Eye and the London Dungeon.
The Sea Life London Aquarium is perfect for a weekend day out or to take your kids to for an educational and fun experience.
About Sea Life London
Sea Life London features several different sections inside the amazing underwater world.
Ocean Invaders is dedicated to jellyfish.
Through this walkthrough you’ll learn about jellyfish and the different types that exist in our ocean.
From the Moon Jellyfish to the Japanese Sea Nettle, you’ll be able to observe how this fascinating species functions.
In this section you’ll be able to see everything the rainforest has to offer, from piranhas and crocodiles to creepy crawlies.
This tropical jungle is great fun and one of my favorites in Sea Life London.
In the Coral Kingdom, you’ll be able to go on an underwater adventure to see all the fish that thrive in coral reefs.
You get to see clownfish, cardinal fish, regal tangs and much more.
Alongside these specific exhibits, the aquarium has a bunch of other global marine life to see.
You’ll be able to see Octopus, Penguins, Stingrays and much more.
You can also experience the shark walk as you walk over a shark tank or visit Seahorse Kingdom in the glass ocean tunnel, as you see the sea from underneath.
How to get to SEA LIFE London
The nearest tube stations are Westminster station and Waterloo station.
For Westminster simply cross Westminster bridge and SEA LIFE London is on your left.
For Waterloo use Exit 6 and then follow the signs for the London Eye. The aquarium is further along located in County Hall next to the Eye.
Westminster is on the Jubilee, Circle and District lines.
Waterloo is on the Bakerloo, Waterloo & City and Northern lines.
How long does it take to walk around Sea Life London?
It takes about 1 hour to walk around Sea Life London. If you take your time and spend time watching the various exhibits, it can take up to 2 hours.
Which SEA LIFE is the best in UK?
Sea Life London is arguably the best aquarium in London, although it’s not the biggest. It’s also located in a prime location on the River Thames and is very easy to get to.
Which is the biggest sea life Centre in the UK?
The biggest Sea Life centre in the UK is the National Sea Aquarium located in Plymouth.
What can you see in Sea Life London?
You can see:
- Coral reefs