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See all our tickets and find the best one for you. Booking online in advance ensures you get the best price for your tickets.
See all our tickets and find the best one for you. Booking online in advance ensures you get the best price for your tickets.
General Admission
Choose from a range of tickets to suit all budgets and requirements, from our online saver ticket to our VIP Ultimate Package.
Choose from a range of tickets to suit all budgets and requirements, from our online saver ticket to our VIP Ultimate Package.
2020 Season Pass
Our 2020 Season Pass allows you to return to SEA LIFE Brighton free of charge until the 31/12/2020 for no extra charge!
Our 2020 Season Pass allows you to return to SEA LIFE Brighton free of charge until the 31/12/2020 for no extra charge!
Redeem a Season Pass
If you have already purchased a Season Pass at SEA LIFE Scarborough you can redeem it online here.
If you have already purchased a Season Pass at SEA LIFE Scarborough you can redeem it online here.
Domestic School
Experience over 3,500 amazing creatures at SEA LIFE Brighton.
Experience over 3,500 amazing creatures at SEA LIFE Brighton.
Parent & Child Tickets
Parent & Child Ticket
VIP Feeding Experiences
Have an extra-special experience at SEA LIFE Brighton with one of our VIP tickets; each experience aims to give you a memory that you won't forget.
Have an extra-special experience at SEA LIFE Brighton with one of our VIP tickets; each experience aims to give you a memory that you won't forget.
Fish Keeper
Spend the day exploring the underwater world with your own personal expert member of our team, meeting and feeding some of our amazing marine life.
Spend the day exploring the underwater world with your own personal expert member of our team, meeting and feeding some of our amazing marine life.
Groups Bookings
Group Bookings at SEA LIFE Brighton
Group Bookings at SEA LIFE Brighton
Price Tables
Language Schools
Language School Bookings at SEA LIFE Brighton
Language School Bookings at SEA LIFE Brighton
Price Tables
Annual Passes
Enjoy a whole year of excitement and fun for the whole family with unlimited entry to 32 of the UK’s top attractions!
Enjoy a whole year of excitement and fun for the whole family with unlimited entry to 32 of the UK’s top attractions!
Renewals
Brighton Explorer Pass
Gift Vouchers
Have an extra-special experience at SEA LIFE Brighton with one of our VIP tickets; each experience aims to give you a memory that you won't forget.
Have an extra-special experience at SEA LIFE Brighton with one of our VIP tickets; each experience aims to give you a memory that you won't forget.
Annual Passes old
Enjoy a whole year of excitement and fun for the whole family with unlimited entry to 32 of the UK’s top attractions!
Enjoy a whole year of excitement and fun for the whole family with unlimited entry to 32 of the UK’s top attractions!
Redeem a Season Pass
If you have already purchased a Season Pass at SEA LIFE Scarborough you can redeem it online here.
If you have already purchased a Season Pass at SEA LIFE Scarborough you can redeem it online here.
Carer Tickets
Discover
Find out all about SEA LIFE Brighton; discover our creatures, habitat zones, feeding times and talks.
Find out all about SEA LIFE Brighton; discover our creatures, habitat zones, feeding times and talks.
Day and Night
NOW OPEN: Announcing our brand new area! Discover the ocean as it transitions from Day to Night in the UK’s first ever experience of its kind. Visit our most exciting area to date and find out how and why different sea creatures behave over a 24 hour period. Journey through dawn to dusk and learn all about how our amazing oceans change from Day to Night. Dance on our bioluminescent beach and take a selfie as a lionfish. Get up close to our fin-tastic animals in our underwater tunnel, or why not join in the fun with our new interactive displays. PLUS - with the UK’s largest collection of sharks and rays under one roof, there’s hundreds of reasons to visit!
NOW OPEN: Announcing our brand new area! Discover the ocean as it transitions from Day to Night in the UK’s first ever experience of its kind. Visit our most exciting area to date and find out how and why different sea creatures behave over a 24 hour period. Journey through dawn to dusk and learn all about how our amazing oceans change from Day to Night. Dance on our bioluminescent beach and take a selfie as a lionfish. Get up close to our fin-tastic animals in our underwater tunnel, or why not join in the fun with our new interactive displays. PLUS - with the UK’s largest collection of sharks and rays under one roof, there’s hundreds of reasons to visit!
Events
Check out what cool events we've got coming up
Check out what cool events we've got coming up
Beach Cleans
It's estimated that there are 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile of the ocean - a statistic which is incredibly easy to prevent by using plastics responsibly and picking up litter when you see it. However many people don't behave in this way and the problem is getting worse - which is why we're determined to make this our BIGGEST EVER beach clean. Invite your friends, family, colleagues; bring your dogs, cats and children and join us in doing your bit! We're also offering free entry to SEA LIFE Brighton from 4 onwards as thanks for chipping in! Bring your own gloves, sturdy shoes and litter pickers if you have one.
It's estimated that there are 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile of the ocean - a statistic which is incredibly easy to prevent by using plastics responsibly and picking up litter when you see it. However many people don't behave in this way and the problem is getting worse - which is why we're determined to make this our BIGGEST EVER beach clean. Invite your friends, family, colleagues; bring your dogs, cats and children and join us in doing your bit! We're also offering free entry to SEA LIFE Brighton from 4 onwards as thanks for chipping in! Bring your own gloves, sturdy shoes and litter pickers if you have one.
Jawsome Sharks and Friends
Sonic the Hedgehog
Help Sonic and friends beat Dr.Eggman and save our creatures
Help Sonic and friends beat Dr.Eggman and save our creatures
PJ Masks
Help PJ Masks stop the Marine Mayhem! Join Gekko, Owlette and Catboy in 5 fun, interactive challenges at SEA LIFE Brighton.
Help PJ Masks stop the Marine Mayhem! Join Gekko, Owlette and Catboy in 5 fun, interactive challenges at SEA LIFE Brighton.
Talk & Feeding Demonstrations
Watch your faves CHOMP, MUNCH and SLURP their favourite foods.
Watch your faves CHOMP, MUNCH and SLURP their favourite foods.
Glass Bottom Boat
Get closer than ever before to some of our most incredible creatures! Admire our sharks, turtles are rays as you take a ride on the UK's first indoor Glass Bottom Boat across our 750,000 litre ocean display.
Get closer than ever before to some of our most incredible creatures! Admire our sharks, turtles are rays as you take a ride on the UK's first indoor Glass Bottom Boat across our 750,000 litre ocean display.
Aquarium Zones
Get up close to over 3,500 creatures and 60 displays in 7 different zones
Get up close to over 3,500 creatures and 60 displays in 7 different zones
SEA LIFE Creatures
Many of our creatures are on the endangered list, have been rescued and cannot be released into the wild or have been born and bred as part of our conservation projects.
Many of our creatures are on the endangered list, have been rescued and cannot be released into the wild or have been born and bred as part of our conservation projects.
Sharks
Seahorse & Pipefish
Seahorses, Seadragons and Pipefish are a curious group of creatures which all belong to the Syngnathidae family. Perhaps the coolest thing about this group is that the males brood their babies!
Seahorses, Seadragons and Pipefish are a curious group of creatures which all belong to the Syngnathidae family. Perhaps the coolest thing about this group is that the males brood their babies!
Turtles
Turtles are ancient reptiles that have been around for over 200 million years! They shared our planet with the earliest Dinosaurs. There are over 300 species of Turtle in our oceans and rivers today.
Turtles are ancient reptiles that have been around for over 200 million years! They shared our planet with the earliest Dinosaurs. There are over 300 species of Turtle in our oceans and rivers today.
Rainforest Adventure
Are you and adventurer? Come and explore our Rainforest and discover the fascinating, beautiful, and sometimes dangerous animals that live there.
Are you and adventurer? Come and explore our Rainforest and discover the fascinating, beautiful, and sometimes dangerous animals that live there.
Rays
There are over 500 different species of Rays and Skate in our oceans and rivers. Their closest relative is the Shark; Rays evolved from Sharks around 150 million years ago.
There are over 500 different species of Rays and Skate in our oceans and rivers. Their closest relative is the Shark; Rays evolved from Sharks around 150 million years ago.
Rockpools
Rockpools are made from water left behind when the tide goes out. Lots of different creatures live in these shallow pools – they all need to be tough to adapt to different temperatures and waves crashing overhead.
Rockpools are made from water left behind when the tide goes out. Lots of different creatures live in these shallow pools – they all need to be tough to adapt to different temperatures and waves crashing overhead.
Big Fish
Almost all of the fish in our Big Fish display were donated by people who could no longer look after their giant fish.
Almost all of the fish in our Big Fish display were donated by people who could no longer look after their giant fish.
British Waters
Throughout your journey through SEA LIFE Brighton you'll encounter all manner of fascinating creatures that make their home in our chilly, British waters.
Throughout your journey through SEA LIFE Brighton you'll encounter all manner of fascinating creatures that make their home in our chilly, British waters.
Jelly Invaders
Starfish
Common Octopus
Coral Reef
Behind The Scenes Tour
Go behind The Scenes at SEA LIFE Brighton and find out how our animal care team look after over 3,500 creatures on a daily basis!
Go behind The Scenes at SEA LIFE Brighton and find out how our animal care team look after over 3,500 creatures on a daily basis!
The Loop
SEA LIFE Brighton invites you to close the recycling Loop as part of a new initiative to teach children and adults all about the importance of recycling! Recycle your plastic bottle with The Loop and be rewarded with your very own The Loop Pop Badge!
SEA LIFE Brighton invites you to close the recycling Loop as part of a new initiative to teach children and adults all about the importance of recycling! Recycle your plastic bottle with The Loop and be rewarded with your very own The Loop Pop Badge!
News
SEA LIFE BRIGHTON SUCCESSFULLY BREEDS ENDANGERED SPECIES
Baby Banggai cardinalfish have been born after parents were rescued from Heathrow Airport
Baby Banggai cardinalfish have been born after parents were rescued from Heathrow Airport
MEET THE OCTO-BUILDER
SEA LIFE BRIGHTON RESPONDS TO ‘DEADLY’ GREAT WHITE SHARKS
Ray Hatching
Maldives
Beach Clean
Max and Pumpkin
Day & Night
History
SEA LIFE Brighton is the oldest operating aquarium in the world. Learn all about the many faces that the aquarium has had since opening in 1927.
SEA LIFE Brighton is the oldest operating aquarium in the world. Learn all about the many faces that the aquarium has had since opening in 1927.
Plan
Opening times, directions, facilities and FAQ's. Find out everything you need to know to make your visit to SEA LIFE Brighton as perfect as possible.
Opening times, directions, facilities and FAQ's. Find out everything you need to know to make your visit to SEA LIFE Brighton as perfect as possible.
How To Get Here
SEA LIFE Brighton is situated next to Brighton Pier near the seafront. There are a variety of ways to get to SEA LIFE Brighton, however we recommend travelling by train and walking from Brighton train station to the Centre.
SEA LIFE Brighton is situated next to Brighton Pier near the seafront. There are a variety of ways to get to SEA LIFE Brighton, however we recommend travelling by train and walking from Brighton train station to the Centre.
Opening Times
SEA LIFE Brighton is open 7 days a week, Monday – Sunday: Open daily with varying closing times throughout the year. please note that last admissions will be an hour before the centre closing time.
SEA LIFE Brighton is open 7 days a week, Monday – Sunday: Open daily with varying closing times throughout the year. please note that last admissions will be an hour before the centre closing time.
Get in Touch
General enquiries & FAQ's
General enquiries & FAQ's
Work for Us
There’s an ocean of opportunity at SEA LIFE, and there's every chance we'll have something that’s perfect for you.
There’s an ocean of opportunity at SEA LIFE, and there's every chance we'll have something that’s perfect for you.
Accessibility
Find out about disabled access at SEA LIFE Brighton
Find out about disabled access at SEA LIFE Brighton
Facilities
Find out about what we have at SEA LIFE Brighton including baby changing, buggies, eating and drinking at the aquarium.
Find out about what we have at SEA LIFE Brighton including baby changing, buggies, eating and drinking at the aquarium.
FAQ
Find information and answers to frequently asked questions, including how to use promotions and vouchers for SEA LIFE Brighton and general questions about the attraction.
Find information and answers to frequently asked questions, including how to use promotions and vouchers for SEA LIFE Brighton and general questions about the attraction.
Photos
Get or download your souvenir photos from your trip to the SEA LIFE Centre Brighton.
Get or download your souvenir photos from your trip to the SEA LIFE Centre Brighton.
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Conservation
Our Aquariums and Sanctuaries allow visitors to experience the ocean’s hidden marvels, and our expert staff are dedicated to and passionate about conservation.
Our Aquariums and Sanctuaries allow visitors to experience the ocean’s hidden marvels, and our expert staff are dedicated to and passionate about conservation.
Mission Statement - Breed Rescue Protect
We’ve developed a system of care and best-practice animal husbandry that draws on decades of collective experience from our marine biologists.
We’ve developed a system of care and best-practice animal husbandry that draws on decades of collective experience from our marine biologists.
The Big Fish Campaign
The Big Fish Campaign helps to promote responsible buying and selling of these larger species of fish, including Pacus – these relatives of piranha fish can grow almost a metre long.
The Big Fish Campaign helps to promote responsible buying and selling of these larger species of fish, including Pacus – these relatives of piranha fish can grow almost a metre long.
Good Fish Guides
The Marine Conservation Society’s Good Fish Guide can help you to ensure your next fish dish is a sustainable one.
The Marine Conservation Society’s Good Fish Guide can help you to ensure your next fish dish is a sustainable one.
Beach Cleans
At SEA LIFE Manchester we want to clear out the litter pollution from our local beaches.
At SEA LIFE Manchester we want to clear out the litter pollution from our local beaches.
Sea Life Trust
With our partner charity, The SEA LIFE Trust, we are proud to develop and support projects that protect marine wildlife and habitats across the world including the world's first Beluga sanctuary.
With our partner charity, The SEA LIFE Trust, we are proud to develop and support projects that protect marine wildlife and habitats across the world including the world's first Beluga sanctuary.
Protecting Habitats
Around the world, marine habitats are under threat, and not nearly enough is being done to protect them.
Around the world, marine habitats are under threat, and not nearly enough is being done to protect them.
Wipe Out Whaling
The SEA LIFE Trust is working with Whale & Dolphin Conservation (WDC) to wipe out commercial whaling.
The SEA LIFE Trust is working with Whale & Dolphin Conservation (WDC) to wipe out commercial whaling.
Sharks
The SEA LIFE Trust is a registered marine conservation charity campaigning globally to protect sharks from the threat of finning and unsustainable fishing.
The SEA LIFE Trust is a registered marine conservation charity campaigning globally to protect sharks from the threat of finning and unsustainable fishing.
Turtles
Sea turtles are one of the very few animals that eat sea grass which must be constantly cut short to help it grow across the sea floor.
Sea turtles are one of the very few animals that eat sea grass which must be constantly cut short to help it grow across the sea floor.
Plastic Pollution
We want to eliminate plastic pollution and find a way to clear our oceans of microplastics and dangerous plastic debris.
We want to eliminate plastic pollution and find a way to clear our oceans of microplastics and dangerous plastic debris.
Beluga Whale Project
The oceans offer us a renewable and irreplaceable source of food and nutrition on which some communities rely for survival.
The oceans offer us a renewable and irreplaceable source of food and nutrition on which some communities rely for survival.
Seahorses
Beach Cleans
Find information and answers to frequently asked questions, for our conservation dates and beach cleans.
Find information and answers to frequently asked questions, for our conservation dates and beach cleans.
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Voucher
Find out how to use your promotional voucher online for tickets to the National Sea Life Centre Birmingham.
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