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Your SEA LIFE moments

Take a look at the great photos that our guests have taken with us in the gallery. Come by and dive into fascinating underwater worlds!


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Experience magical seahorse theme weeks

What do seahorses eat? Where do they like to hang out? And why do the dads carry the babies here? Find out - during the seahorse theme weeks! Master our interactive quiz trail, learn all sorts of fun facts about the sea creatures and become a seahorse expert! A reward awaits you at the end of the tour!

Go on a seahorse mission - from 16 May to 18 July at SEA LIFE Munich

Find more information here!

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Tropical breakfast at SEA LIFE Munich

Fancy a delicious breakfast under palm trees and up-close encounters with our animal residents?

This is possible every Saturday and Sunday with us! We offer you a unique experience on our tropical island even before our regular opening hours.

Get to know our stick insects, cockroaches and giant snails personally and fortify yourself with a delicious breakfast! Afterwards you can dive into our underwater world - the SEA LIFE day ticket is included in the price.

Learn more about the tropical breakfast here.

Largest variety of sharks

Germany's largest variety of sharks

Experience the largest variety of sharks in Germany up close, with many different species of shark such as pajama cat sharks, zebra sharks or Japanese carpet sharks in the huge ocean basin.

As highligt meet our zebra shark lady "Pünktchen", the largest inhabitant of the tropical ocean tank. Did you know that nurse sharks have a strange habit while sleeping? Nurse sharks are literally stacked on top of each other, and "stacks" of up to 30 sharks have already been spotted.

Discover what else there is to discover at SEA LIFE Munich.

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Touch pool

Are you brave enough to touch a sea anemone or put a real shark egg on your hand? Find out on your next visit!

Our touch pools are modeled on tidal pools. These arise when the water retreats at low tide. Many different and adaptable animals live in this extraordinary habitat. They have to withstand very different, rapidly changing temperatures and incoming waves.