We are delighted to feature one of London’s top tourist attractions – The London Sea Life Aquarium – which is right in the heart of London’s SouthBank. The London Sea Life Aquarium brings the underwater world to the centre of London and is accessible to tourists and locals alike.
Directions of how to get to the London Sea Life Aquarium could not be easier than with Enabled City’s award-winning photo route maps. These easy to use maps show the way to the London Sea Life Aquarium from the nearest major transport hubs. Our maps are just right forthose who find it difficult to read traditional maps.
Major attractions within the London Aquarium include the Shark Walk and the shark
reef encounter featuring around 16 real live sharks. You can even touch shark skin – if you are brave enough. The shark encounter lets you come face to face with some of the most awesome sharks from the Pacific and other oceans. Walk within feet of these highly specialised creatures through the glass walkway of the London Aquarium.
For those who are completely fearless, there is the opportunity to go snorkelling with sharks. You will be pleased to know that they haven’t lost any visitors yet!
If sharks are not your thing then the London Aquarium has many other great creatures from the depths and the shallows of the world’s oceans. Turtles, penguins, octopus and, of course, Nemo otherwise known as the clownfish who has a striking relationship with stinging anemonea can all be found at the London Aquarium. The delicate sea-horse is in stark contrast to the mighty crocodile yet the both inhabit the underwater oceans of the world.
Feeding times at the London Aquarium
Feeding times at the London aquarium are not to be missed. Check the precise schedule, but somthing is fed every day on the half hour between 11.30 and 16.30. Discover the feeding frenzy of some of the top line predators. Watch the piranhas devour everything which is put in front of them.
Whatever you do, don’t put your hands in the water!
How to get to the London Sea Life Aquarium
Finding your way to the London Aquarium couldn’t be easier with our Photoroute maps which show you the way from the nearest transport hubs. You can check the map out here. Very shortly you will be able to download directions of how to get to the London Aquarium onto your mobile phone. In association with the Greater London Authority, we have produced many maps of London’s Southbank and these can be found here.