This amazing aquarium and sea park is the oldest operating aquarium in the world, so they know their stuff when it comes to marine and other aquatic creatures! It’s located right next to Brighton’s iconic pier and offers the public these unique ‘Marine Park Keeper For A Day’ experiences:
The ultimate backstage experience, get a unique insight into the life of a sea park keeper. With animal feeding and other activities any fan of sea creatures will be in their element!
SEA LIFE Brighton is one of 50 aquariums in the world’s largest aquarium brand, SEA LIFE. This particular sea park also holds the prestigious title of being the world’s oldest operating aquarium and the first in the UK to offer a glass bottom boat experience at its venue.
Walk into SEA LIFE Brighton and you walk into a wonderous underwater world with an interactive rock pool where you get to actually touch & hold some sea creatures, an underwater tunnel where sea life swim overhead and all around for your viewing pleasure and educational & conservation information galore providing you with a better understanding about all of the inhabitants be they reptiles, amphibians, fish or sharks. Also visitors not only get to see marine life at play but the park also has freshwater landscapes and creatures from river systems, for example they even have a real life anaconda, the biggest snake in the world. It’s simply a great day out for the family!
SEA LIFE Brighton can be reached by car, train or bus and is wheel chair accessible. It is on the Brighton sea front so if coming by car, head for the the sea side of town and then follow the brown tourist signs, the aquarium is right next door to the Brighton Pier. If coming by train, from Brighton station simply walk down Queen’s Road towards the sea and turn left. If arriving by bus catch any bus into Brighton town centre and then simply head towards the sea.