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Make Mothers Day Jawsome!

This Mother Day 22nd March SEA LIFE Brighton will be gifting all Mums FREE entry for Mothering Sunday!

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Dream Comes True For Boy With Anxiety

It’s not only the human mind that is the subject of discussion this World Mental Health Awareness Day
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Sea Life Brighton Issues Urgent Plea for More Responsibility

Sea Life Brighton has issued an urgent appeal for the public to become more responsible with their waste after collecting a record amount of rubbish
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World's Oldest Operating Aquarium Launches New £2.7 Million Ocean Experience

SEA LIFE Brighton has opened a NEW £2.7 million UK first ocean display!
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Sea Life Brighton Successfully Breeds Endangered Species

Baby Banggai cardinalfish have been born after parents were rescued from Heathrow Airport.
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Endangered Ray Hatching

Watch an endangered native ray hatch from their egg case.
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Meeting of Morgan and Morgan The Turtle!

A young wildlife enthusiast from Brighton has enjoyed a touching encounter in the Maldives with a rescued sea turtle that shares her name.
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Sea Life Brighton Responds To ‘Deadly’ Great White Sharks

Rising sea temperatures around the British Isles will see new, tropical sharks enter British waters by 2050, according to experts.
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Covid-19 Update
We are so excited to welcome you back to our magical underwater world! Please remember it is now essential for all guests to pre-book a time slot for your visit, including for annual passes, flexi tickets and all promotional vouchers - All visits can be booked or reserved here.

To ensure the health and safety of our guests and staff, we would ask that if you are displaying any symptoms of Covid-19, or are living in an area currently subject to extended lockdown measures, you can rearrange your visit by contacting us directly at To find out about the health and safety measures in place to ensure we re-open safely, please click here.
For further re-opening information, please click here.