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Covid-19 Guest Information

UPDATE 02.12.20

Following the latest update from the UK Government on its response to COVID-19 and the planned move of  Brighton into Tier 2 from December 2, we can confirm that SEA LIFE Brighton is now open with the highest standard of health and safety measures in place.   

The health and safety of our guests and team is always our number one priority. In line with Government guidelines, we will continue to have numerous measures in place including reduced capacities, clear social distancing measures, temperature checks, pre-booking online, cashless payments and enhanced cleaning procedures.  

We ask all those guests who visit our attraction to observe closely our guidelines on maintaining a safe distance between each other and to maintain good hygiene practices and if they or any family member display any symptoms of COVID-19 we ask that they postpone their visit.  

Guest Questions

We are delighted to confirm that SEA LIFE Brighton re-opened on December 2nd, with the highest standard of health and safety measures in place to ensure a fun and safe day out for the whole family! 

The health and safety of our guests and team is always our number one priority. As we look forward to welcoming guests back, our team will continue to create the memorable and exciting experiences we are known for, delivered in the safest possible way. In line with Government guidelines, we have numerous measures in place including reduced capacities, clear social distancing measures, temperature checks, pre-booking online, cashless payments and enhanced cleaning procedures.

We’re restricting the number of guests who can visit each day, to ensure we can maintain social distancing in all areas of the attraction. 

We have implemented an extensive range of safety measures across the attractions. For more details, please see our Know Before You Go page

Guests over the age of 11* will be required to wear a face covering/mask within any indoor space including queues, gift shops, indoor rides and indoor attractions. This advice is in line with recent updated UK Government regulations across England. In addition, visitors will see our guest-facing employees wearing Personal Protective Equipment including facemasks and visors.  Hygiene screens have been installed in front of many of our food stalls and shop counters, and we have installed social distancing markers throughout our attraction. We encourage all our guests to help protect themselves and each other when visiting attractions.

* Children under 11 and people with certain health conditions and disabled people are exempt.  

Our toilet facilities will be open for guests and we have introduced new measures within these facilities to ensure spatial distancing. Enhanced cleaning will take place throughout the day.   

Team members and guests are asked to participate in a temperature check using a non-touch thermometer. Anyone who is displaying a temperature above 37.8 degrees Celsius will unfortunately not be allowed to enter. In this event, we will gladly rebook your visit when convenient and at no additional cost; we do not expect anyone to be penalised for doing the right thing. 

Visitors with certain health conditions and disabilities related to higher bodily temperatures should speak to the attraction team upon arrival to ensure we can provide the correct assistance on an individual basis. If any member of your household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms, you should rebook your visit for another day.