About Skip the Line: Sea Life London Aquarium
The Sea Life London Aquarium is home to one of Europe's largest collections of global marine life, and you can visit without waiting on the Skip the Line tour. You will find up to 400 species of sea life, including sharks, eels, stingrays, clownfish (like Nemo!) and turtles, across 50 living displays. The Sea Life experience takes you on an interactive journey that includes feeding, diving displays and touch pools.
Skip the Line! Book your Sea Life London Aquarium trip ahead of time to take advantage of avoiding the main queue. Don't waste time waiting in lines on vacation.
The mysterious Sea Life London Aquarium experience is spread over three floors and starts by taking a submarine-style elevator to the depths of the Atlantic Ocean. Next, take a walk through the stunning glass tunnel underneath a tropical ocean. There is plenty of interaction along the way, from stingray feeding, diving displays to touch pools and discovery zones. Other stars of the show include green turtles, seahorses, octopus, zebra sharks and the ever-popular clown fish.
The true highlight starts as you journey in the deeper, darker zone of the Pacific Ocean. Take a walk on the wild side and watch from a suspended glass platform as 10 species of shark swim beneath your feet. The exciting and diverse underwater world awaits you at Sea Life London Aquarium.
One of the most popular and dramatic displays at Sea Life London Aquarium is the revamped Shark Reef Encounter sinister Sand Tiger sharks, Bow Mouths, Black Tips and Grey Reefs (and a shoal of less menacing fish to keep them company!). It’s as close as you can be to these fascinating and eerie creatures of the deep without getting wet!
Do you want to get the most from your Sea Life London Aquarium experience?
For a small extra cost, you can upgrade your ticket and join the Sea Life London Aquarium: Behind the Scenes Tour. An expert aquarist guide will take you to the heart of the Sea Life London Aquarium situated in the County Hall building on the banks of the river Thames. You’ll get an exclusive look at the three main working areas of the aquarium: ‘Creature Care & Research’, ‘Food Preparation’ and ‘Water Management’. Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the fascinating working area of the aquarists usually closed to the public.