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Brown Shark2
  • Monday 9th October 2017

Top Tips for Visiting SEA LIFE London

Have a hassel free visit by following these top tips!

Jellyfish Witch
  • Sunday 17th September 2017

October Half Term 2019

Looking for something to do this October half-term? Maybe you’re looking for something a bit spook-tacular…

7 Species of sea turtles
  • Monday 5th June 2017

The 7 Species of Sea Turtle

How many can you name?

  • Sunday 21st May 2017

7 Things You Didn't Know About Jellyfish

1. The largest recorded jellyfish had tentacles over 120ft long!

  • Sunday 21st May 2017

A to Z

Can you name animals from A to Z?

Chill Out With Gentoo Penguins
  • Thursday 3rd November 2016

Chill out with gentoo penguins this Christmas

This December is penguin month at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, and we’ll be spreading the Christmas joy at our Penguin Point, with a series of ‘very cool’ one off experiences.

Ocean Invader
  • Thursday 3rd November 2016

Ocean invaders: enter the world of jellyfish

Visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the fascinating world of the jellyfish, with a new sensory experience that will enlighten you to this mysterious, fascinating and beautiful species.

Mauve Stinger jellyfish
  • Monday 7th March 2016

Mauve Stinger jellyfish arrive

The most toxic jellyfish from Mediterranean waters today arrived at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, ready to make waves as the first ever to be on display in the UK. Measuring in at around 5cm across, these juvenile Pelagia Noctiluca jellyfish, or most commonly known as Mauve Stingers, are widely known for their searing sting and can be clearly identified by their unusual purple colouring.

SEA LIFE London Aquarium partners with BBC Earth
  • Monday 7th March 2016

SEA LIFE London Aquarium partners with BBC Earth to create a multi-sensory Polar experience

SEA LIFE London Aquarium will be inviting visitors to experience the magical polar ice worlds of BBC Earth’s epic natural history series: Frozen Planet in a new permanent attraction opening for Easter 2016.

Chinese Fire-Bellied newts
  • Tuesday 15th September 2015

Chinese Fire-Bellied newts arrive at the aquarium

Today the SEA LIFE London Aquarium welcomed some new arrivals – Chinese Fire-Bellied newts! Aquarists working with these fascinating creatures have to wear protective latex gloves to avoid contact with toxins secreted through the amphibian’s skin.