The much-loved SEA LIFE London Aquarium is one of the city’s top attractions for the whole family.

Your London Explorer Pass includes . . .

  • Access to all the permanent exhibitions and habitats
  • Enjoy the live feedings and talks
  • The opportunity to see sharks, octopus, and more

From Sharks and Penguins to Rays to Jellyfish and coral reef residents, SEA LIFE will take you on a magical journey into the deep. Come face-to-face with some of the world’s most amazing creatures, from the ocean, the rainforest, and the Antarctic. And you'll also learn about the important conservation and education efforts the organization are so passionate about.

Begin your visit with a trip over the glass walkway and see ocean creatures such as Sand Tiger Sharks glide beneath your feet. Meet Sand Eels, the Common Octopus, and Ocean Rays, take a stroll under the sea through a glass tunnel, and get hands-on knowledge of rock pools and the incredible animals that live in them.

You’ll also get to meet rainforest creatures from Piranhas and Blind Cave Fish to Poison Dart Frogs, and a Cuban Crocodile called Spice. Finally, take a trip to the frozen world of the Antarctic and discover a colony of Gentoo Penguins. SEA LIFE also offer live-feedings and talks so you can get further acquainted with the aquariums best-loved residents.

Please note: Under-16s must be accompanied by an adult aged 18 years or older

Highlights 

Shark Walk – take in the Pacific display and see the sharks right beneath your feet.

Atlantic Coasts – see the unusual creatures that call the coastline their home.

Rockpool - stroke a starfish and tickle a sea anemone in this hands on exhibit.

Ocean tunnel - surround yourself with creatures from the deep in this immersive experience.

Did You Know

  • There are over 500 species of Rays and Skate in our oceans and rivers
  • Some Humboldt Penguin populations have been found living in warm climates close to the equator on the Peruvian and Chilean coastlines.
  • Octopuses have no bones and can squeeze into tiny spaces – as long as the gap is large enough for their eyeballs, they can fit through.
  • Octopuses have no bones and can squeeze into tiny spaces – as long as the gap is large enough for their eyeballs, they can fit through.
  • Some sharks lay eggs called Mermaid Purses, others give birth to live young such as the Black Tip Reef Shark. These sharks are called “viviparous".
  • It's believed that jellyfish first swam in our oceans around 500 million years ago.

Using Your London Explorer Pass

Present your Explorer Pass at the admissions desk at SEA LIFE Aquarium located in County Hall between the Westminster Bridge and Shrek's Adventure

How to Get There

London Underground:
Waterloo - Bakerloo, Jubilee, Northern, Waterloo & City lines

National Rail Network:
Waterloo Station

The London Explorer Pass is the best choice for maximum savings and flexibility. Choose to use your Explorer Pass for SEA LIFE London Aquarium tickets, then look to the list of other top attractions for your other Explorer Pass admission choices!

Monday 10.00 - 17.00
Tuesday 10.00 - 17.00
Wednesday 10.00 - 17.00
Thursday 10.00 - 17.00
Friday 10.00 - 17.00
Saturday 09.30 - 18.00
Sunday 09.30 - 18.00

Closed:

Please check our Closure & Notices page for changings in opening hours and closure dates.

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Address:

County Hall Westminster Bridge Road Londra, SE1 7PB

Telephone: