Our aquarium has reopened. We are currently only open on Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays. You now have to book online for an aquarium tour. To do this please go to the Booking Information page.
The Sea Môr Aquarium is a great rainy day activity for all the family. It is home to a variety of marine creatures, representing the diversity of life found in Welsh waters.
The aquarium allows close up views of the animals possibly only glimpsed in their natural environment. The guided tour, provided by Sea Trust marine biologists, is packed full of fun facts, creating an eye-opening experience for children and adults alike. The whole experience lasts around 45 mins. All children must be accompanied by a responsible adult.
Aquarium entry is by guided tour only and currently due to COVID-19 we can only take bookings online. During the school holidays on rainy days we are very busy. See here for tour times and prices.
The aquarium can be booked by schools or community groups for use as an educational resource. Please call 01348 874737 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
The tour was very informative and interesting. [The guide] was brilliant, answering the kids questions simply and patiently, she even gave us tips on where to view seals and dolphins
“Excellent, informative. Children-friendly and fun. Thank you!”
“Really lovely to see British sea life – it is inspiring for the children to see wildlife that they will come across when they go rock-pooling. An excellent exhibit – brilliant”
Our aquarium has reopened. We are currently only open on Wednesday to Sunday. You now have to book online for an aquarium tour. To do this please click on the Book Now button below. We can only take a maximum of 8 people per tour due to social distancing measures and all visitors must wear… Continue reading Booking Information
The Sea Môr Aquarium is home to a variety of marine creatures, representing the diversity of life found in Welsh waters. Highlights include our moon jellyfish and rock pool adventure tank, where children can touch starfish, anemones and small crabs. The aquarium allows close up views of the animals possibly only glimpsed in their natural… Continue reading Animals
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