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SEA LIFE Blackpool

SEA LIFE Blackpool

SEA LIFE Blackpool

Dive into an amazing underwater world at SEA LIFE Blackpool. It’s one of the 12 SEA LIFE Centres in the UK with more than 50 dazzling displays and over 2,500 spectacular aquatic creatures. It’s been open for more than 20 years here in Blackpool.

Step beneath the waves and get closer than ever before to the creatures and features of the world’s oceans. Journey from the coast and sandy shallows of the great British shoreline to the equatorial rainforest of the Amazon and into the tropical depths of the ocean.

Meet tropical sharks, colourful reef fish, turtles, rays and seahorses; SEA LIFE Blackpool is the perfect way to experience the wonders of underwater life without getting wet!

Turtle Rescue – NEW for 2018 – All new interactive journey!

Lulu the Turtle at Sea Life Blackpool
Lulu the Turtle at Sea Life Blackpool

Turtle Rescue is an all-new interactive journey at SEA LIFE Blackpool.

Guests of all ages are encouraged to become a turtle care expert as they travel on a real-life journey to understand what is involved in successfully rehabilitating a turtle.

Collect your limited edition pop badge once you have completed Turtle Rescue.

SEA LIFE Blackpool Opening Times

  • Monday to Friday from 10am to 5pm
  • Saturday and Sunday 10am to 6pm
  • And from 10am until 6pm in school holidays!

Tickets Offers and Prices

With savings of up to 20% on general admission

Buy your tickets here


SEA LIFE has a commitment to our oceans, both to the creatures in the water and the ones that live above the surface.

We’ve developed best-practice animal husbandry to look after our aquarium exhibits in the best possible way. It draws on the decades of collective experience of our marine biologists. SEA LIFE Trust is our partner charity, protecting the world’s oceans.

SEA LIFE is involved with a number of different campaigns to protect marine life. You can find out more on the SEA LIFE website.

Shark Experiences

Do you love all things fishy? And the bigger the fish the better? Then you’ll LOVE the Shark Experiences at SEA LIFE Blackpool!

Get in the water with them and Dnorkel with Sharks
Feed the sharks – and find out about their diet and nutrition
If you really want to get to know them well, what about being a shark keeper for the day?
Or, for the ultimate shark experience, you can even have a sleepover with the sharks!

School Trips

Bring your school trip to visit SEA LIFE Blackpool. Find out about conservation and the marine environment, use our education resources, and enjoy great discounts for school parties.

More About SEA LIFE Blackpool

With an exciting new tank and tunnel experience, SEA LIFE Blackpool really is the best place to get up close and personal with the creatures of our amazing rivers and oceans.

From the bustle of central promenade at Blackpool, climb the stairs to enter a watery world where over 2,500 creatures large and small swim and live in more than 50 tanks of all shapes and sizes. They’re all created to give you the best possible view into their world.

Walk underneath the huge display with great big fish and sharks that you can see from all angles. Look down on the Rays as they come to investigate you! SEA LIFE has spent years perfecting an experience that you feel part of. One that lets you get as close as possible without getting wet!

The species that you’ll see are all ones which will flourish when kept in aquariums. Many of which are on the endangered list, they’ve been rescued and cannot be released into the wild or have been born and bred as part of our conservation projects. Expertly looked after in crystal clear water with all the best equipment, it’s a great and protected environment for these animals, which also gives you a feeling for the wide diversity of life in our seas.

In a variety of tanks you can get up close and personal with…

  • Bowmouth Guitar Shark
  • Rays
  • Octopus
  • White Tip Reef Shark
  • Moray Eel
  • Giant Lobster
  • Piranha
  • and many others!
Bowmouth Shark at SEA LIFE Blackpool
Bowmouth Shark at SEA LIFE Blackpool

Every day you can enjoy regular feeding times through the day in different tanks at SEA LIFE, and even watch the sharks feed! (Shark Feed – 11:30 on every other week day and 14:30 on every other weekend day)

There’s also a children’s soft play area, and refreshments – both of which are available every day.

Birthday Parties

If you enjoy the beach and the sea and love all things fishy, why don’t you have your next birthday party at SEA LIFE Blackpool?

Your guests can enjoy a guided tour with the resident pirate, treasure bags and more, with all kinds of things that you can do and see to make the most of your special day.

Find out More

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Blackpool SEA LIFE centre18 hours ago
From beach cleans to ray breeding, to coral propagation and the Big Fish campaign - we try our best to conserve our beautiful oceans and creatures. ❤️ Take a look at what else we've been up to:
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WELCOME TO LULU TV! 📺 We're LIVE and it's feeding time! 🍴 Care to take a guess on what Lulu's favourite snack would be?
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Become a REAL LIFE turtle expert at the NEW turtle rescue zone! 🐢 Learn all about the coolest creatures in the ocean and you'll even get yourself a cool-looking badge 😉 SEALIFEcentre photo
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There's more than meets the fin here at SEA LIFE Blackpool ☝️ Get a feel for underwater stardom with a behind-the-scenes-tour! Find out what our creatures really get up to beneath the water... SEALIFEcentre photo


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