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Spot the divers and explore the Spooky Seas at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium this ‘HALLOW-MARINE’

Half Term 22nd - 31st October 2016


This ‘Hallow-marine’ visitors will have a chance to witness a daily dive at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium, while spotting some of the scariest creatures in the ocean. Visitors can  keep their eyes peeled for ‘spooky sea’ clues around the attraction revealing where some of the strangest bogey-fish lurk!


Our daily dives will take place between 11am and 2pm. See our experienced staff get up close and personal with our range of marine creatures from our Sand Tiger Shark to Green Sea Turtles.


While spotting creatures in our Spooky Seas visitors can look out for the well-camouflaged ambush predator – the Devil’s Scorpionfish, which ambushes its prey literally inhaling smaller fish through its huge mouth.  Or try to spot the deadliest, including the Lionfish and the Moray eel, which has an extraordinary lethal feature – a second set of jaws ready to tuck into prey. Or how about the weirdest, like the alien-looking Longhorn Cowfish which secretes deadly, toxic mucus into the water when it dies and the Blind Cave fish which lives in total darkness and has either tiny or no eyes!


Plus there will be themed talks and feeds throughout the week so intrepid explorers can learn all about spooky species and find out about the creature that’s having the scariest impact of all on our watery world – humans!


And on Halloween day itself (31st October) the Fish Witch will be making a special appearance. This scaly, green marine crone only comes out on Halloween to cook up a cauldron full of spooky fun for visitors!


There’s also an entire ocean to explore, including rare giant Green Sea turtles, tropical fish, rays, crabs and jellyfish – and for the intrepid, special VIP experiences like a Shark Feed, Turtle feed and a special limited edition Snorkelling with Sharks in the Dark Experience.

Covid-19 Update

We are delighted to confirm that SEA LIFE London Aquarium will reopen on August 1st and can’t wait to see you! Pre-booking your visit online is essential for all guests (including passholders).
The health and safety of our guests and staff is always our number one priority. In line with the latest Government guidance, we have introduced a number of additional hygiene and safety measures which you’ll see in place when you next visit.