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Sea Life Centre, Brighton

Brighton

The Brighton Sea Life Centre offers a fun and educational day out whatever the weather, with over 5,500 creatures and 55 displays from green turtles to sharks. Travel in the UK’s first glass bottom boat, go through the underground viewing tunnel and attend free talks and feeds throughout the day.

Accessibility

Step free access is via the ramp next to the Brighton Pier, and then through the Sea Life tunnel on the beach. Once in the aquarium the auditorium has two flights of stairs leading to it. All talks can be heard in the tunnel and staff leave via the tunnel specifically to speak to customers for whom the auditorium is inaccessible.

Disabled Parking & Drop-off
  • Blue Badge

Blue Badge parking is available on Maderia Drive.

Toileting/Changing
  • Accessible Toilets
  • Grab/Drop Down Rails
  • Baby Changing Facilities

There is an accessible toilet within the Sea Life Centre. A Changing Places toilet is 0.5 mile away on Maderia Drive in the public toilets opposite the beach volleyball and playground. Access via the on-site attendant (see www.changing-places.org for opening times).

Additional Services
  • Fast Track Entry

There is background music and colour changing lights. There should not be any other unexpected noises.The Sea Life Centre is busiest during weekends and school holidays when it can be noisy.

Contact reception as you enter to see whether there are special characters planned during your visit. 

Fast track entry available only with pre-paid tickets

Offers & Events

Location

Marine Parade
Brighton, BN2 1TB

This page was last updated on 20 January 2022