London Aquarium

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About London Aquarium[edit | edit source]

The London Aquarium is the first attraction of its kind in the capital, and is one of Europe's largest exhibitions of global aquatic life, displayed in over 2 million litres of water. The London Aquarium combines education, relaxation and entertainment through a multi-sensory voyage of discovery through the rivers, lakes and oceans of the world. Nowhere else in London can visitors come face-to-face with sharks, watch our piranhas at feeding time and stroke friendly rays. At The London Aquarium we aim to encourage respect for nature through our fun and educational journey into the underwater world.

What can you see?[edit | edit source]

London Aquarium contains 11 'Zones' from Freshwater to Marine. These are:

The "touch pool" is no longer touch friendly! The Aquarium have come to their senses and visitors are no longer allowed to touch the fish.
They have regular talks and feedings for some of the larger fish, including a dive feed in the largest tank with the bigger sharks.

Location[edit | edit source]

County Hall
Westminster Bridge Road
United Kingdom

Nearest tube stations are Westminster and Waterloo. It is located right next door to the London Eye.
They are open 10am - 6pm 7 days a week, only closed on Christmas Day, some holidays may have restricted open hours.

Prices[edit | edit source]

There are regular tourist discounts, as well as the usual OAP, Group and Student reductions, oyster card users are also eligible for discounts. The standard prices are as follows:

  • Adults (18 yrs +) - £13.25
  • Children (3-14 yrs) - £9.75
  • Children under 3 - Free

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