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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Breed – Rescue - Protect

We want you to Love the oceans and creatures that live in them as much as we do. By sharing their beauty, we want to inspire you to help us protect them for generations to come!

SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth allows visitors to experience the ocean’s hidden marvels, and our expert staff are dedicated to, and passionate about conservation.

In keeping with our message - 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.

SEA LIFE runs breeding programmes for creatures as diverse as sharks, rays, penguins and turtles.

 

 

Many of our aquariums rescue and release injured and sick creatures, including seals, turtles and porpoises.

 

We campaign for the global protection of marine wildlife

SEA LIFE runs breeding programmes for creatures as diverse as sharks, rays, penguins and turtles.

 

 

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SEA LIFE runs breeding programmes for creatures as diverse as sharks, rays, penguins and turtles.

 

 

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Many of our aquariums rescue and release injured and sick creatures, including seals, turtles and porpoises.

 

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Many of our aquariums rescue and release injured and sick creatures, including seals, turtles and porpoises.

 

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We campaign for the global protection of marine wildlife

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We campaign for the global protection of marine wildlife

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Important Visitor Information

Covid-19 Update:

In line with updated advice from the UK Government, from the 14th September we encourage all guests to adhere to the latest guidance and not meet in groups of more than six people* to help protect themselves and each other when visiting our attraction.
As a COVID-19 Secure venue we can still host larger numbers in total but groups of up to 6 must not mix or form larger groups. We will continue to monitor Government guidance closely.
*Government exemptions are outlined here