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A commitment
to our oceans

For the creatures that live above and beyond the surface

Breed, Rescue, Protect

By sharing the wonder and beauty of our oceans, we hope you’ll learn to love them as much as we do. SEA LIFE Manchester allows visitors to experience the ocean’s hidden marvels whilst learning about the need to take care of our oceans and the creatures within them.

BREED, RESCUE, PROTECT, is our system of care and best-practise in animal husbandry that draws on decades of collective experience from our marine biologists. 

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The SEA LIFE Trust

With our partnered registered charity (no. 1149058), The SEA LIFE Trust, we are proud to develop and support projects that protect marine wildlife and habitats across the world. 

Through SEA LIFE, the Trust can reach a huge audience with the key messages about its areas of focus: marine protected areas, sustainable seafood, plastic pollution, and improved protection for sharks, seahorses, turtles and marine mammals.

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SEA LIFE Trust Beluga Whale Sancuary

In 2019, SEA LIFE Trust is proud to open the world's first beluga whale sanctuary, which will become the new home to its first residents, two female beluga whales, Little Grey and Little White when they move from Changfeng Ocean World in Shanghai, China.

Want to learn more about Little Grey and Little White's incredible journey or their new home in Iceland?

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Beach Cleans

At SEA LIFE Manchester we want to help clean up our local beaches to create a better environment for all. 

We are always keen to enlist the help of the wider community to join us on our monthly beach cleans. Click the link below to find out dates, times and how you can sign up!

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION!

Following the decision on 20th March to close SEA LIFE we continue to follow the latest Government guidelines and are asking guests with tickets booked between 26th April and 4th July 2020 to visit our website for information on how to move their booking free of charge. We are monitoring the situation in line with Government and local public health authorities and will provide an update as soon as we can on when SEA LIFE will be able to reopen, so please refer to our website and social media channels for further updates on re-opening.
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If you would like to know more about the measure we have put into place to ensure the health and safety of our staff and guests, please click here.