Little explorers can get up close and personal with over 1500 different species and Europe’s largest collection of sharks. Children are likely to enjoy wandering through the 71m under water tunnel, watching the sharks and other creatures swim overhead. Shark dive experiences are also available.
If that wasn’t enough to satisfy your little ones sense of danger, they can visit the Cayman crocodiles, or head to venom where daredevils will face some of natures natural born killers. From black widow spiders and venomous lion fish, to stinging jellyfish, scorpions and vipers.
For a quieter adventure, families can explore the coral caves, or visit the giant rock pools to learn about some of the intriguing creatures that inhabit the rocky coastlines of the British Isles.
Other exhibitions include the adorable otters, amazing amphibians, pelican cove, pirate playground, Lake Malawi, Northern streams, the Mangrove swamps, and the flooded forest.
Additional information: *There are at least three daily dive shows in the aqua theatre form 11.30am. *Wheelchair and pushchair accessible but space is limited. *£2.50 car parking charge applies (Price correct at the time of publication).