SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth | Jelly Invaders

March 7, 2020

Jelly Invaders takes you on a journey into the fascinating world of jellyfish! Be mesmerised by enchanting jellyfish as they dance around, where multi-coloured lights emphasise their beauty and create a uniquely stunning experience!

Living in East Anglia we are lucky enough to have not one but two SEA LIFE Centres available to visit. SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth will always hold a special place in our hearts. Given that we have been visiting since Roo was a preschooler.

At first, we made use of the residents pass offer from the Great Yarmouth Mercury. Allowing us to purchase reduced priced annual passes for the SEA LIFE Centre. With us making the most of them and visiting at least twice a month, some times even more. We’ve even visited on Boxing Day!

Since then we have upgraded to Merlin Annual Passes, which grant us access to all of the Merlin attractions across the UK. Between the thrills and spills of theme parks and the different SEA LIFE Centres across the UK and Ireland.

SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth

Over the years we have seen SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth evolve and update the different areas throughout the attraction. Last year they unveiled the Jelly Invaders section dedicated to Jellyfish.

Step beneath the waves at SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth and get closer than ever before to the creatures and features of the world’s oceans. From the colourful to the curious, the majestic to the mystical, get ready to be amazed as you discover stories of the oceans’ most fascinating inhabitants.

Jelly Invaders at SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth

Jelly invaders takes you on a journey into the fascinating world of jellyfish. Get up close to ‘moon jellyfish’ and follow the jellyfish lifecycle. The Jelly Invaders section allows you to see jellyfish in a whole new light.

Did you know that jellyfish are old that all of the ancient reptiles and scientists believe they first swam in our oceans around 500 million years ago!

What we thought of Jelly Invaders

Located close to the entrance of SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth the Jelly Invaders is in an area that was somewhat of a walkthrough to get to the penguins and the rest of the SEA LIFE Centre. However, the upgraded Jelly Invaders area has made this a much more desirable section to stop, explore and learn more about the jellyfish in our oceans.

A beautiful interactive area featuring a variety of displays and tanks both children and adults are able to to get up close to the jellyfish without worrying about getting stung. As well as learning all about the jellyfish life cycle via the mural on one of the walls.

How to book tickets for SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth

Tickets for SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth are available to pre-book online, with the Great Yarmouth Season Pass – pay once, visit all year pass offering fantastic value if you are looking to visit more than once within a year.

7 Comments

  • Sarupa Shah March 7, 2020 at 5:38 pm

    Just the name – jelly-fish makes me nervous – having been in the Med – swimming and then realising I was surrounded and somehow I managed to get out – I am so wary – though would love to see them and learn about them from a safe distance – as there is something as you say mesmerising about them 🙂

  • michelle twin mum March 8, 2020 at 10:05 pm

    It’s many years since I have been to Great Yarmouth and I’d like to go back as I love Norfolk. The sea life centre would definitely be on our hit list. Mich x

  • Laura March 9, 2020 at 11:34 am

    This sounds like a great interactive display with lots of fun, yet factual, information. I love the way Sealife are able to combine the to.

  • Susan Mann March 9, 2020 at 3:38 pm

    Jellyfish are amazing, aren’t they? They look fab x

  • Karen Langridge March 9, 2020 at 11:21 pm

    Wow sounds like a chance to learn lots about them! They have been around for a very long time!

  • Elizabeth Williams March 10, 2020 at 11:03 pm

    We love Sealife centres, only wish they had one closer to us. Would love to learn more about jellyfish they are intriguing and beautiful.

  • Kara Guppy March 11, 2020 at 5:52 pm

    That looks like an interesting exhibition. I love how Sea Life engage kids and adults with their displays

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