Getting to SEA LIFE Birmingham is easy!
We are located right in the heart of Birmingham in Brindleyplace, on the Water's Edge. Our address is:
National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham,
The Water's Edge,
Trains - Grab a bargain, sit back and relax!
Our nearest stations are Birmingham New Street and Birmingham Snow Hill - follow walking signs for the ICC (International Convention Centre) and Arena Birmingham.
Take the stress out of driving and travel to us by train! West Midlands Railway offers a frequent service from locations across the Midlands including Wolverhampton, Hereford, and Stratford to Birmingham's New Street and Moor Street stations.
London Northwestern Railway connects Birmingham to major cities and towns including London, Coventry and Crewe. Discounted tickets are available when booked in advance, visit www.westmidlandsrailway.co.uk or www.londonnorthwesternrailway.co.uk for more information.
Travelling from further afield? Book your journey with Avanti West Coast Trains and stop at Birmingham New Street where you can walk or grab a taxi to the centre. Get your tickets here.
Trams - Get even closer to the centre
The nearest tram station is The Library - we're just a two-minute walk away.
Hop on the city's new tram service from as far as Wolverhampton and hop off just a couple minutes walk from the centre at The Library. Once off the tram, head through The ICC or through BrindleyPlace. For more information on trams, click here.
Travelling by Car
M6 Jct 6 or M5 Jct 3 and follow signs for the city centre and the Arena Birmingham, the National SEA LIFE Centre is also well signposted on main routes into the city.
Please note that dropping off is not permitted within Brindleyplace.
The closest place to park is the South car park at the adjoining Utilita Arena Birmingham
Sheepcote St, Birmingham B16 8AE
Clean Air Zone
On 1 June 2021 Birmingham launched its Clean Air Zone which operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Highh polluting vehicles, which are not subject to an exemption, will be charged to drive within the A4540 Middleway (but not the Middleway itself).
These charges will be applied daily, effective from 14 June 2021. A non-compliant vehicle driving in the Zone will pay once for the day, then may drive in the area without limit on that day.
You can find out if you will be charged by inputting your vehicle registration details into the Government vehicle checker.
The centre is fully accessible to wheelchairs throughout. For more information please click here.
We advise all our disabled guests to use the Brindleyplace Car Park, Q-Park. Whilst it is not as good value as Arena Birmingham, it is easier to navigate to us from here.
You can take any bus to Birmingham City Centre and follow walking signs for the ICC (International Convention Centre) and The Barclaycard Arena.
Buses serving Broad Street, include numbers 1,9,10,22,23,24,29,29a,126.
Please note that dropping off is not permitted in Brindleyplace.
For information on bus and coach drop off and parking facilities in Birmingham please click here.
The nearest open-topped parking is at the Park Regis on Broad Street.