We popped in for a quick visit with our 7 month old. Smallish aquarium but still plenty to see. Lots of activities for school age kids. Lots of local animals. Staff very informative.
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I brought my daughter here and she had a good time. The walk is actually quite short and you are finished before you know it., We spent longer listening to the staff member talking about the sharks at very last tank than we did walking...More
The tour guide was pleasant and fun, everything else was below par. My main gripe is the charge for how short it is. Lower the price,is my advice. A family of four should not pay more that €10 for what you get...
Good Value for money & lovely to take kids. Tour guide really good with kids & very informative. a bit of a workshop in places but looks like they are trying to improve it.
We brought our 8 year old son to this aquarium today. We have been there before and I have always found it much less interactive that the aquarium in Galway and less value for the admission price €12.50 for adult €9.50 for a child. However...More
stopped off on our way home from holidays to break up the journey and was really glad we did. booked online the previous night. some lovely exhibits with very friendly staff. the sharks and rays got the best reactions from the kids.
This is the only Sea Life centre in Ireland. It's 12.50 Euros for adults. Kids are given activity pages to complete. We spoke to three staff - about the sea horses, the rays and the grey mullet. They were all very enthusiastic and knowledgeable. They...More
We were in Bray for a family outing and decided to drop into the National Sea Life Centre. We booked on line and collected our tickets at the cash desk. The Sea Life Centre is small but has quite a large collection of fish on...More