February Half-Term at SEA LIFE London

This February half-term watch love blossom in front of your very eyes as the team at SEA LIFE London invites you to discover the magical kingdom of the ocean deep.

From Gentoo penguins to Bowmouth sharks, love is in the water down on the South Bank as SEA LIFE London’s weird and wonderful creatures search for romance just in time for Valentine’s Day.

February Half-Term at SEA LIFE London

Ahead of the most romantic day of the year, SEA LIFE London has welcomed eight new Gentoo penguins in the attraction as part of a global breeding programme. Not only have the new inhabitants of Penguin Point made friends with other creatures in the attraction, but they’ve already formed romantic relationships too. Amongst the most loved-up birds are Max and Potato who will be celebrating Valentine’s Day with extra fish for dinner. Guests will also be able to see our Gentoos moving rocks enthusiastically at Penguin Point, as they prepare for the nesting season.

February Half-Term at SEA LIFE London - Gentoo Penguins

The day full of exciting discoveries doesn’t end there. Guests are then invited to enter the Ocean Tunnel, where they will be led into a route of menacing Stingrays and majestic Green Sea turtles just a glass away. As the magical trip continues, visitors will be totally mesmerised by Ocean Invaders: Enter the world of jellyfish, the newest sensory-led experience displaying over 5,000 jellyfish.

These and thousands of other species from the Coral Reef, British waters and Thames River are expecting you at the heart of London this half-term.

BOOKING AND GETTING THERE

Discounts and priority entry available with online booking – visit www.visitsealife.com/london

Open seven days a week. For opening times – visit https://www.visitsealife.com/london/find/opening-times/

Prices from £26 per adult, £21 per child (3-15 years) and save up to 20% if you book online in advance. *Prices correct for 2018 admissions.

Disclosure: We are Merlin Annual Pass 2018 Ambassadors

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