Scary Fish Festival
Visit SEA LIFE A-scare-ium this Halloween for spooktacular fishy fun! We are hosting a Scary Fish festival from the 26th of October - 3rd of November, hosted by our crew of zombie pirates. Join us for a host of activities:
Scary Fish Festival activities
Trick or treat with our zombie pirates
Can you out smart our Pirate Captain Bill Bones? Choose a "trick or treat" to receive your booty!
Design a "Frankenfish" competition
What do you get when you cross a shark and an octopus? A Sharkopus! Design and name your "Frankenfish" and enter our competition to win annual memberships to SEA LIFE
* Goulish Facepainting*
Want to look a scream this Halloween? Check with staff for times of facepainting sessions
Pirate Quiz Trail
Test your wits with our pirate quiz trail and claim your golden treasure
All activities are included in normal admission fee.
Easter Workshop for young aspiring Marine Scientists
Past 2013 Events
Through experiments, activities and games children will delve deeper into the marine world and learn some amazing facts in an exciting and entertaining manner. Topics covered include: water: science in our oceans, conservation, sharks the greatest predators of the seas as well as mimicry and camouflage!
Octonauts: 14th - 15th September & 21-22nd September
At the National SEA LIFE Centre, Bray, visitors will dive into action with the Octonauts, the team of undersea adventure heroes from CBeebies. Young fans of the TV show will be able to meet the crew!
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Cleans Coast Photo exhibition at SEA LIFE Bray 9th - 18th January
An Taisce s Clean Coasts program and SEA LIFE Bray have been working closely together in the past 4 months to tackle marine litter in the surrounding area. SEA LIFE sits directly on the Sea front of Bray Beach which is a hugely busy beach for dog walkers, water sports and general beach goers.
Marine litter can be hugely dangerous to both humans and animals alike. Therefore this year we became a Coast Care group as part of An Taisce s Clean Coasts program. At every possible opportunity SEA LIFE Bray and volunteers head out on to Bray Beach to remove any litter from the beach while teaching volunteers about Marine creatures and the problems they face.
An Taisce has been relentless in their support and have given us the opportunity to exhibit the winners of their annual photo competition to raise awareness regarding marine litter and SEA LIFE Coast care group. The exhibition will be shown in SEA LIFE Bray from *9th January – 18th January. *
Environmental Workshop 15th December
The National SEA LIFE Centre Bray, Coastalove Ireland & Eco-Unesco are coming together on The 15th of December at 11:30-14:00 for an Environmental Workshop. 5 euro per person. All proceeds will help SEA LIFE to continue the vital conservation work we do globally.
We will be carrying out a beach clean on bray beach, then we will have a coffee and Tea break before heading on a conservation aimed tour of the centre where you will learn about the conservation work Sea life carries out what you can you to help.
Please contact Aine at firstname.lastname@example.org/ 01 2866939 to book a place
After School Camp
Let your children explore the fascinating marine and freshwater creatures, including Piranhas, Seahorses, and Ireland's largest collection of Sharks: the perfect environment for immersion into the science of water, and the creatures that live therein!
During this exciting 4 week workshop young budding scientists will carry out thrilling experiments, explore the amazing microscopic world and answer an array of questions such as why does a boat float? What creatures really live in a rock pool and do sharks have a sixth sense?
Booking in advance is required. For more details please contact us at 01 2866 939 or email@example.com
SEA LIFE Bray is hosting a series of conservation events throughout this year
This years Shark week was a huge sucess, and we like to thank everyone who got involved and signed our petition to ban shark finning. We would also like to remind everyone not to eat shark fin soup and avoid restaurants that have it on their menu.
For more information on shark finning and how you can make a difference, please contact Shark Allicance
Between the 20th October – 4th November our SEA LIFE centres will be hosting a special Shark Weeks event in celebration of one of natures most magnificent but misunderstood creatures.
In an urgent bid for shark’s conservation, SEA LIFE will be proudly supporting the Shark’s Trust in presenting a range of exciting, interactive and memorable experiences to raise awareness about the wide range of sharks’ species and the challenges that they are facing.
We’ll throw the spotlight on sharks for this event, so help us support the sharks and raise money whilst enjoying and entertaining yourself with the following activities throughout this two week event:
- Activity Sheets
- Badge making
- Puzzles and Games
- Shark Feeding Times
- Shark Tests
- Learn about a variety of cool facts on sharks and their habitats.
- And much more…
More details available here