The biggest aquarium in the city, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium has a huge collection, one of the largest in the continent. ... More
SEA LIFE London Aquarium
The biggest aquarium in the city, the SEA LIFE London Aquarium has a huge collection, one of the largest in the continent. Piranhas, jelly fish, sting rays, sea-horses, clown fish and Gentoo penguins can be observed here. Visitors can experience the Shark Reef Encounter and come face to face with sharks separated by a glass casing or feed turtles yourself. The aquarium also organizes conservation programs in which one can participate.
All i can say about this place is booooooooooring!!! The only cool stuff were the robotic fish and at the end there's a guy talking about fishes and you can touch the fishes!!! I think it's better to go to the place next to it to play with the video games and bumping cars!!! i think the goverment should help this place, it should have more attractions!!!
Nice aquarium... great for aquarium-lovers. The new mechanical fish exhibit is different. You almost forget they aren't real.... almost!
Good for people of all ages.. easy to find.... you should enjoy it if you have extra days to spare and are not limited on time.
It is a very nice Aquarium. I have been so several in that States that offer a wider variety of sea life, and that are overall better organized. It is a nice family outing. A good learning experience for the children. I really enjoyed walking over the sharks.
Mostly I enjoyed walking almost right by the sharks with only the wall between us and although the wait was long I paticuarly enjoyed the petting pool. Being in the London aquarium feels like your separated from the rest of the world, an amazing experience. The london aquarium is rather expensive though. It cost around �7.00 for an adult and just over �5.00 for a child but its most defenatly worth it.
Said to be one of the largest in Europe containing over one million liters of water, It is located in central London close to other attractions such as Big Ben and parliament. This is a fun trip for both kids and adults who can spend hours at the touch tank where you are allowed to handle a variety of sea life. No marine mammals or shows, but still a fun trip!
I'm not usually a big fan of aquariums, but I loved my visit at the London Aquarium. It has a beautiful, calming atmosphere and is organized and presented excellently. Check out the dancing robot at the front of the aqarium, and take lots of pictures of the beautiful fish and sea creatures inside the aquarium.
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