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Deep Sea World is located underneath the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, in the quaint village of North Queensferry. Deep Sea World is one of the premier attractions in Scotland, offering fun for the whole family, no matter what their age. Come along and...more
If you have ever wondered what it would be like to share the water with a shark then this is the place to do it! You don't have to be a certified diver (can even be a first time experience!) and the price included all...More
£30.50 for two of us and we had seen everything there was within an hour. Understand animal and exhibit upkeep is expensive but this is se expensive compared to Edinburgh Zoo, Five Sisters, Blair Drummond Safari Park and the Highland Wildlife Park. All of those...More
The venue itself is decent enough, the highlight being the tunnel where you can watch the fish and sharks swimming from above but other than that, there's not a huge amount to see.
We went to the cafe for lunch we ordered
2 x fish...More
Visited with my grandson and was very disappointed- overpriced, chaotic and lacking in effort and interest. Our visit lasted barely an hour. As an aquarist of 50 years experience I found most of the aquariums completely uninspiring- full of lack lustre displays and what appeared...More
What an absolute rip-off!! I am embarrassed that this is classed as a Scottish Tourist attraction. The entry fee is just ridiculous. It is much smaller than expected (can walk round in less than an hour) and the place is run down and dirty. The...More
Visited deep sea world for my husband to do a shark dive. We had to pay for our 4 yr old to spectate, so it was overall a very expensive day. He really enjoyed the shark dive, so this was worth it-would recommend. The pictures...More
We should maybe have picked a dry day as today we struggled to get into car park. We had planned to have lunch in restaurant but it ran out of rolls and baguettes just after 12.30 which was very disappointing as we had to cut...More
Deep seaworld sounds great, but on arrival into a tight car park you struggle to find the entrance!
Cost of £47 to go in for two pensioners and two children under 10 seems expensive, and it is when you realise inside that the whole place...More
I am a regular to deep sea world being a local mum of two small children we buy the year pass which provides better value for money. Today they had two additional exhibitions on, ‘the bare bones’ in the tent which was really interesting -...More
Very disappointed in this place , the admission price is a total disgrace. I’m sure many a family are put off. By the expensive admission charges. It is for kids after all but most are accompanied by at least one parent and I’m sure mostly...More
Unless you want to see all the great talks that both facilities have to offer the two could be easily accomplished in a day. Deep sea world is open from 10am to 5pm but you want to be there at least one hour before closing... More
Unless you want to see all the great talks that both facilities have to offer the two could be easily accomplished in a day. Deep sea world is open from 10am to 5pm but you want to be there at least one hour before closing time to get access. Deep sea world can take up to an hour to explore if you are not wanting to see the talks or overly bothered about taking photographs. Deep sea world also has a shark classroom where you can see an impressive little collection of fossils and have encounters with bearded dragons, snakes and insects, but dynamic earth also offers a similar experience but more towards the earth sciences as a whole rather than marine biology/conservation which would obviously take a bit longer to explore if that's your kind of thing. The two can be accomplished but otherwise it would be best to take up membership with deep sea world that way if you are ever in the area you could always pop in just to see the enclosures.
Response from Ray-of-light26 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, best to look on their website as they have different types of tickets ie family tickets, advanced and flexi tickets etc
It may also be worth keeping an eye on Groupon and Itson for reduced tickets. Hope that helps.