Sea Life Brighton is situated next to Brighton’s Pier right on the seafront at the bottom of the Old Steine.
Parking, although possible is always difficult in the City Centre, although there are carparks within walking distance. Buses are plentiful with a plethora of stops nearby.
Sea Life Brighton is a large attraction with lots to see. And when we were last there, it had a huge shark pool complete with a glass tunnel that we could actually walk through!
SEA LIFE Brighton is inviting guests to unveil their inner superhero in the brand-new interactive adventure, Underwater Superheroes.
Families will follow an engaging underwater trail through the centre and will be challenged by SEA LIFE’s Super 5 subaquatic superheroes to see if they have the strength of a starfish or speed of a shark, amongst other surprising superpowers.
Guests will face interactive challenges as they navigate from tank to tank, seeing if they can spot the invisible camouflaged octopuses, or match the power of a crab’s claw with a pinch of a resistance crunch bar.
Along the route, kids will also learn about the amazing physical powers of the Super 5, starfish, sharks, octopuses, crabs and seahorses, and can even mirror their favourite hero with dress-up facemasks.
That’s not all, trainee superheroes can add up their points from each Super 5 sea creature’s challenge to reveal their own hidden superpower.
Once complete, heroes will even be awarded with a limited-edition Underwater Superheroes pop-badge to prove their powers.
Visit SEA LIFE Brighton to take part in the Underwater Superheroes adventure.
Running from 16th February to 17th March, this interactive adventure is perfect for the whole family to enjoy this half term. Online tickets are available from just £11.50.
So what are you waiting for? Book your tickets via www.visitsealife.com/brighton/ and unveil your hidden superpowers!