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SeaLife London Aquarium with Thames River Sightseeing Cruise

Highlights
  • Sea Life London Aquarium and River Thames cruise combo
  • Explore marine life including sharks, rays and sea turtles at 14 themed habitats
  • View major landmarks from the water and listen to informative commentary with a hop-on hop-off cruise
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SeaLife London Aquarium with Thames River Sightseeing Cruise
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SeaLife London Aquarium with Thames River Sightseeing Cruise
From USD 57.93
Overview
Combine admission to two popular London attractions: Sea Life London Aquarium and a sightseeing cruise on the River Thames. Discover 400 species of sea creatures at 14 themed zones displaying different marine habitats. During a hop-on, hop-off river cruise, you’ll view major landmarks such as Big Ben and London Eye. Cruise pass is valid for 24 hours and cruises depart every 30 minutes from four piers.
What to Expect
Make your way to Greenwich Pier, the London Eye Pier, Tower Pier, or Westminster Pier, then jump aboard your sightseeing boat to begin your tour. With cruises departing every 30 minutes from 10am throughout the year, enjoy the freedom to take to the water at your leisure.
During your Thames River sightseeing cruise, admire top London attractions such as Big Ben and the Houses of Parliament, the London Eye, St. Paul’s Cathedral, Tower Bridge, the Tower of London, and Westminster Bridge from your vantage point on the river. All boats have toilets, bars to buy refreshment (own expense), confectionary, and snacks, and an upper viewing deck for photo opportunities.
Afterward, alight from your sightseeing boat in central London and visit the SeaLife London Aquarium — widely considered among the capital’s top attractions. Explore 14 themed zones including the Ray Lagoon, the Shark Walk, and the Tidal Reach, and venture into the Pacific Wreck — where sharks swim quietly past the Easter Island heads.
Along the way, enjoy up-close views of diverse marine species such as blind cave fish, bonnethead sharks, bowmouth guitarfish, clownfish, piranhas, sand eels, and sea horses.
Reviews (17)
1 - 5 of 16 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
The best one

Been to many sealife centres but this is one of the best. Allow for a few hours here. Awesome shark tank.

Thank 526gs526
Reviewed 24 October 2018 via mobile
Great Sealife Centre, just very busy

Having visited numerous of Sealife Centres throughout the country (Blackpool, Manchester, Great Yarmouth and Hunstanton) I would say this is excellent and has a great shark tank (best I've seen). The only downside is how busy it was. We managed to just turn up and...More

Thank O2052XLjamesh
Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile
Great day out

This is a wonderful aquarium in the centre of London. It was madly busy when we visited on a Saturday afternoon but with fast track VIP tickets (we wanted to do the behind the scenes tour) we went straight in. I think this was the...More

Thank Figarogir1
Reviewed 26 September 2018 via mobile
Suprising Gem

We visited only because it was included in our Merlin London Passes and we thought it would kill a bit of time. I really wasnt expecting much but it was actually suprising fun. The children loved being able to touch the star fish and the...More

Thank Tinkie12
Reviewed 21 September 2018 via mobile
Below average

Visited with my family, was shocked to find we had reached the end already about 10 minutes in, did get a discount for living locally but not worth the money at all.

Thank liamjordanstevenson
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