Sea Life London Aquarium

The Sea Life London Aquarium is on the city’s South Bankfollow near to the London Eye. My children and I often visit the South Bank with my sister and her boys during the school holidays. There are lots of things to do, the kids enjoy watching the street entertainers and it’s a mostly car-free walk there along the river Thames past Tate Modern from London Bridge station, our gateway to the capital. One of my nephews has been asking to visit the Sea Life London Aquarium for ages but there are always huge queues outside it when we go. For our last London visit my sister booked tickets in advance so she and I sailed past the queues with our youngest kids in tow. The boys loved walking over the transparent floor above a tank of sharks to get in to the aquarium. Once inside we saw that there was a schedule of talks and feeding times running throughout the day. We were just in time for the octopus talk.

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