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Manchester: SEA LIFE Entrance Ticket

1. Manchester: SEA LIFE Entrance Ticket

Dive into an amazing underwater world at SEA LIFE Manchester and get up close and to thousands of creatures including magnificent sharks, enchanting jellyfish and meet Ernie and Cammy, the resident giant green sea turtles. Take a fascinating journey from the coast to the ocean's depths through 11 themed zones including the amazing Ocean Tunnel, where you can soak up the view from the sea bed, surrounded by tropical creatures swimming overhead. Venture deep into the worlds underwater cave system in the Rocky Hideout area, where little ones can explore mini caves and immersive tank displays to get up close to some weird and wonderful species. Experience the lair of the Japanese Spider Crabs, these fantastic creatures of the deep measure an unbelievable 3 meters claw to claw. Find out how it feels to touch a starfish and other creatures living in the interactive rockpool experience. Visit Turtle Beach, an interactive and unique 3D projection experience that navigates you through the life cycle of a sea turtle, from egg to the sea.

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Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 6 reviews

We took our 2 year granddaughter for her second visit, and she loved it. A great feature is the way in which in several places children and stand can be surrounded by fish. Great diversity of sea life

Thought it was great. Huge range of sea life. Wonderful to see rays etc swimming over your head. We took a 2 year old- 3 in July. She loved it BUT soft play area should be at the end.