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Sealife Great Yarmouth
Marine Parade,
Great Yarmouth
Norfolk NR30 3AH
Tel: 01493 330 631

About Sealife Great Yarmouth

Sealife Great Yarmouth is based at Marine Parade in the Norfolk resort and is one of the most extensive Sea Life Centres in Britain. Sealife Great Yarmouth is a great family attraction and a multifaceted family day out that the weather cannot wash out, a ticket taking in, for instance, an exhibit of basking tropical sharks, one of which is the biggest in the country – Nobby the Nurse Shark. The Centre additionally has an eye-catching walkthrough underwater tunnel that houses a World War Two aircraft wreck. With no fewer than 50 UK species to be seen as well, ranging from starfish and shrimps, to eels and stingrays, Sealife Great Yarmouth reinforces the town’s impressive record as a fishing and maritime town, having evolved from a narrow sandbank into one of the east coast’s premier resorts. 

The Sealife Great Yarmouth has over 40 displays to see, the 250,000 litre tropical Ocean Display having a plethora of coloured fish swimming about its submerged ruins, and providing ticket holders with an informative insight into the maritime world while having fun at the same time. Therefore, Sealife Great Yarmouth is an enticing family day out, with every angle covered, from daily presentations and feeding sessions, to an Outdoor soft play area, gift shop and restaurant. Just the ticket!
A family day out at Sealife Great Yarmouth additionally takes in sea turtles, Australian big-bellies and the Seahorse Breeding & Conservation Centre, besides the recent unveiling of Pirate Cove, where ticket holders can try to discover pirate treasures guarded by poisonous lionfish, moray eels and jellyfish, not to mention a ragbag of swashbuckling Pirates that would rub their hands at capturing invading visitors and try to have them keel-hauled or forced to walk the plank. Ahoy there! A ticket to Sealife Great Yarmouth also provides disabled access and the family attraction is open each day throughout the year, except for Christmas Day, making it a year-round family attraction that everyone can enjoy.