Last weekend we visited the Sea life centre in Brighton. We go around once a year as guests and feel very lucky to do so. It’s a lovely experience whatever the age of your children.
This time we took Jedi for his first visit. The Sea Life Brighton has recently introduced a Parent & Toddler ticket which costs £13.50 for one adult and one child (under the age of five) when booked in advance of your visit. This represents a saving of £11.50 for parents which I am sure we can all agree is amazing value! Taking the toddler anywhere is a bit risky these days, especially one who likes to climb BUT he was amazing and absolutely loved it. He was hands straight in to touch the Jellyfish and was the only child in our party brave enough to do this. He loved staring into the tanks of all of the different fish but I think that was his favourite part.
Fizz, aged 6, loves to look around too. We let her have a little more freedom to walk around this time and she listened to Lulu and Gulliver (massive turtles) story when we went to watch feeding time. They are the worlds oldest captive turtles and although this does seem a massive shame their story does explain why they cant actually be released into their natural habitat. The staff at the centre are really clued up on their lovely animal family and you get the feeling it isn’t just a job.
The Sea Life centre is a lovely Brighton attraction for both visitors and residents. Well worth a visit and we will be heading back again soon!