Accessibility

Disabled Access

Disabled access is available at SEA LIFE Brighton. There is a disabled access entrance located through an underpass from the beach that can be accessed via the ramp down to the beach. The underpass leads out into the court yard and therefore avoiding the steps down to the entrance. The underpass is also useful for those with a buggy. We also have a disabled toilet available.

For our access guide provided by Disabled Go please follow the link below: 

http://www.disabledgo.com/access-guide/sea-life/sea-life-brighton


There is only one area of SEA LIFE Brighton which does not have full access and this is the Ocean Display in the auditorium, however this display can also be seen from the Ocean Tunnel which is accessible. 


Our friendly staff who carry out all of the talks in the Auditorium will always leave the talk via the underwater tunnel, specifically to speak to any wheelchair users or people with pushchairs who were not able to attend the talk session upstairs.


Please also note that there is a step that runs alongside some of the displays in the Victorian arcade which means wheelchair access is restricted by approximately a 70cm distance.


SEA LIFE recognises the need for this website to be accessible to all. We have implemented a number of features to make this website easy to use, especially for users with disabilities. This website aims to conform to Level A standard of the W3C’s Web Accessibility Initiative’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines. It also includes many features found in AA sites such as colour considerations and easily resizable fonts. We will continue to make improvements and make sure this website conforms to these guidelines. Please contact us if you have questions or feedback regarding the accessibility of this site, or if you have difficulty using it.


Our access statement is available to download here. The access statement is a statement of information likely to be relevant to a disabled visitor. It is set out with headings that are standard for all of England's tourist industry, recommended by VisitEngland.