Wow I can't believe how extensive this place is and the variety of species. You get so many opportunities to get a fantastic view of these beautiful sea creatures. As an animal lover, I would rather they were free in the ocean but I can't deny that this place is fantastic and I highly recommend it. My favourite parts were the large sharks, the crocodile and the super cute penguins! Staff were friendly and give you space to experience the place independently.
Admission TicketsFrom AU$50.06
We arrived before our pre booked time but had no difficulty getting in. The aquarium is amazing - I hadnt realised quite how big it is and how much there is to see. Without limited numbers because of covid I think it could be a bit frustrating trying to get round but we had no such issues. Lots of sanitizing stations available, distancing clearly marked - we kept our masks on and felt quite safe. I cant pick a favourite area but the penguins are pretty special!!!
The venue is unique, in the center of London, is a good place for parent-child travel! The marine life baby is everywhere is deeply loved by the people! People and nature to live in harmony, protect the marine environment, everyone has a responsibility!
The London Aquarium is considered to be the largest aquarium in Europe. It opens at 10 in the morning and closes at 6 in the evening. There are 3 floors in total. They are spectacular and the photos taken are also very clear. There are penguins, jellyfish, coral reefs, etc. Shark, this general aquarium is not very common, I bought some souvenirs at the end, a good choice
awesome! There are transparent glass corridors where you can see fish swimming above their heads. There are also 3D experience chairs too!
The London Sea Life Aquarium is located on the south bank of the Thames River. It is within the historic Town Hall building. It is one of the places in Europe that has the most marine life in the world. It is the jewel in the crown of the British marine life scenic spot. You can see all the marine life in the aquarium, from the most exotic to the rarest. Many marine life is on the verge of extinction. Some of them have been rescued and are no longer suitable for stocking in the wild, and some are part of the conservation project. The aquarium was born and reproduced.