SeaLife Aquarium in London

On our second full day in London, Derek and I had a reservation at the SeaLife Aquarium and the London Eye. We booked the sites together to save a little bit, although I had been to the London Eye before.

SeaLife Aquarium

Entering the SeaLife Aquarium – London 2016

The SeaLife Aquarium was evidently geared towards children, and not so much to marine enthusiasts. We were looking forward to walking through an aquarium tunnel, and heard London was a good place to do so.

Aquarium tunnel

Entering the tunnel – London 2016

Although it was pretty neat, I’m sure there are far better aquariums all over the world. I wouldn’t really recommend the Aquarium, but if you have kids and you are looking for something family oriented in London, this would be a nice stop.

Aquarium

One of the displays – London 2016

Derek and I much preferred the Vancouver Aquarium back home in Canada, and it’s much larger with more to see. SeaLife maybe took an hour of our time. Beware, the underwater melody they play will be stuck in your head for hours.

shark

Shark! – London 2016

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