Giveaway: Win family tickets to the SeaLife Aquarium London

Regular readers will know just how much we love the SeaLife Aquarium in London, it’s a place Harry asks to visit all the time and we could happily spend ALL day walking around (and have on a few occasions) but is also a place we can whizz around quickly to kill some time.
You are able to walk around at your own pace, look into every single tank and read every sign or just head to your favourite area and spend time there. 
Both mine love the Penguins and the Sharks best of all so we love spending a great deal of time in those areas.

The SeaLife Aquarium London is home to over 500 species and there really is something for everyone.
You are able to listen to talks at certain times of the day and throughout July and into early September you can follow the Dory trial around the Aquarium as a special Disney•Pixar Finding Dory event will be hosted at the Aquarium running from July 16th until September 11th 2016. Visitors will be led on an interactive trail by one of the new Disney•Pixar movie’s star sea creatures Hank (voice of Ed O’Neill), a cantankerous octopus. Hank will appear in many displays revealing amazing fishy facts and providing collectible ‘letters’ which will need unscrambling at the end of the journey to earn a reward.
This year I am working alongside Merlin Annual Pass as an Ambassador and can’t wait to fill our Summer with fun.

If you would like to head to the SeaLife Aquarium London with your family then I have very kindy been given a family pass for one lucky ready as part of our 5th Birthday celebrations.

To enter please fill in the rafflecopter form below.

This giveaway is for a family ticket, entry is valid for 4 people (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children) for a day of their choice (to be arranged subject to availability).  This giveaway will close at midnight on 24th July 2016. Good Luck

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102 thoughts on “Giveaway: Win family tickets to the SeaLife Aquarium London

  1. I think we would all be excited! We are taking my daughter to London for the first time ever in August for a week so this would be amazing!

  2. i think it would be close to call, as i love aquariums but my daughter would love to go to london and she loves aquariums too so i think she might tip the scale slightly

  3. Clare Munden

    I think the kids would be so excited! We love visiting the aquarium and I would be so excited to be in the best city in the world 🙂

  4. My Grandchildren especially the youngest as he loves fish. We did visit a sea life centre in Southend but if was small and although we enjoyed it this would be a much better experience for them to visit the one in London with the added fun of the train ride

  5. My 3 year old would be super excited, I have to tear him away from the fish at Pets at Home when we go in there!

  6. Well I am not going to lie but that's a tough question 🙂
    I think we would all be over the moon to visit Sealife … including hubby even thou he would not admit 🙂

  7. We would all be equally excited. Visited Sea Life Aquarium London on last visit to London. We thoroughly enjoyed it. Would be great to visit again, take our time to browse round the exhibit etc. As we were time limited on last occasion due to commitment of an appointment and travel considerations on the day.

    Rachel Craig

  8. I'd be most excited but only because I've got some idea of the fun that lay ahead after reading your blog 😉 My little boy will love it too, but is too little to grasp the anticipation of what's in store until he's actually there! x

  9. Me I think as it has been ages since we have been and the kids think if they have seen it once no need to see it again, small minds

  10. My little boy would be most excited about visiting as he loves pointing out fish. Also, my husband and I have never been to the London Aquarium so excitement for us too!

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