What's on this February Half Term?

Talks and Feeds

Our aquarium is bursting at the gills with fishy facts, and alongside it our experts are always on hand to answer any quirky questions that you may have. From the glittering scales to the humongous tentacles to the razor-sharp teeth – we’ve got a whole world of weird and wonderful marine life for you to learn about!
Octopus: 10:30 and 16:30
Sharks: 11:00, 14:30 and 16:00
Penguins: 12:00 and 15:00
Rays: 11:30 and 15:30
Jellyfish: 16:30

Find all talk and feed times here - please note that these have been adjusted for Half Term and are subject to change.

Find your finest gold teeth and join our new Pirates of the Pacific Show!

Calling all swashbuckling scallywags! Jump aboard the Queen Mary and join our pirate crew on their quest to find the hidden treasure. Learn all about our sharks and life at sea in this special interactive talk coming this February Half Term! Do you think you’ve got what it takes to sail the stormy seas and bring back that pirate booty?

Join us from Monday 12th - Sunday 18th February at 13:00 and 15:30!  

Dive deeper with a Behind the Scenes Tour

For the marine biologist in everyone – why not dive behind the scenes here at SEA LIFE and team up with our aquarists? Meet some of our juvenile rays, our weedy sea dragons and say hello to our Fire Bellied Newt! Tickets are only £8 and our experts will answer all of your questions from ‘how many fish does a penguin eat in a day?’ to ‘why don’t the sharks eat their housemates?’ – So dive in deeper and get closer to the marine life here at London!

Whisk up a big of romance with the help of our turtles!
Cra-sea in love this Valentine’s Day? There may be plenty of fish in the sea, but if you’ve found your Nemo then we would love to whisk up your perfect proposal to help you shell-abrate! With our team of divers stirring up the romance from the inside of our Ocean Tank, it’s the perfect setting to pop that question. Find out more here.

 

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