We visited over the Easter holidays so it was pretty busy, which meant some of the more popular sections were a bit crowded or felt rushed, like in the tunnel. Having said this their were plenty less popular sections to visit while we waited for things to calm down and theirs not much the Sea life centre can do about being so popular. It was a brilliant interactive day, the little stamp booklet kept our 7 year old entertained and interested. The seating by the penguins was a brilliant touch, we all had a little rest and watched them playing with the keepers who were trying to clean them out. It's not the biggest and we only spent around 90 minutes there, you could however pop in and out all day if you wanted as part of your ticket cost.
Thank you for your review.
How wonderful to read that although we were busy (we always are during school holidays) that you took your time to appreciate the creatures in their displays. Did you manage to catch any of the hourly talks and feeds when you visited? These are especially good to schedule in and are just one of the main reasons how the all day ticket works out to be such good value.
I especially like the fact you mentioned about the seating in the penguin area. We have a few seating areas around the centre, and our wiser guests spend time to observe the antics of our wonderful, incredible creatures.
Thanks again and hope to see you again soon.