SEA LIFE London Review:

SEA LIFE London is an attraction dedicated to the conservation of sea life and giving the opportunity for guests to be up close with fascinating sea creatures. This is, overall, an interactive and informative attraction that has promise and suitability for families in particular. Sharks, penguins and turtles are just some of the highlights.

As soon as you enter you are greeted with the Shark Walk, a walk across the water over fierce sharks which is a unique and memorable experience in itself. Sharks take up a large proportion with the shark encounter and various VIP Experiences on offer. It’s best to find out the timings for feedings of the different creatures within the aquarium as you are able to get a new perspective and see the animals in action, which adds real entertainment value.

SEA LIFE London Review

SEA LIFE London is divided into multiple zones with plenty of elements to interact with and read. The Ocean Tunnel immerses you in Ocean life, seeing hundreds of different species all in one space which leaves you in amazement. The new Rainforest zone is slightly different and is highly themed to transform you into a rainforest environment. Featuring rainforest animals like Tarantulas, Crocodiles and more!

However, this attraction can become slightly repetitive and therefore on the edge of being boring. While there are highlights, very few things truly stand out to guests, especially older visitors. With that in mind, this attraction is clearly aimed at families and children more specifically. Despite that, a wildlife enthusiast would love SEA LIFE London along with those interested in the protection and conservation of sea life.

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Reactions To Attractions Expert Rating:
  • 7.5/10
    Entertainment - 7.5/10
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    Excitement - 7/10
  • 9.5/10
    Facilities - 9.5/10
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    Value For Money - 7.5/10


At SEA LIFE London, you’ll see it all from sharks to clownfish. It is a very interactive and engaging attraction with stunning displays. However, it can become repetitive and some areas lack the creativity to create a broad appeal for the attraction to truly thrive. Despite that, this is still highly recommended for family days out with younger children as they will certainly find it exciting with it being centred around children.

Patricia Grainger

Patricia Grainger is a Senior journalist at Reactions To Attractions, who has worked for multiple media organisations over the years. She is actively involved in the travel industry, writing extensive coverage in the form of articles and reviews.