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The Sealife Centre

Believed to be the worlds oldest aquarium, Sealife dates back to 1872 and has an interesting architecture, seemingly fusing Victorian style designs with modern day high-tech. The aquarium itself plays host to over 150 marine species and 57 unique displays.

There’s an underwater tunnel to explore – an interesting experience as sharks, tutles and other marine life float above your head  and peer at you from outside the glass tunnel.

 


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Sealife Centre - The EntranceA highly popular attraction is the “Submarine Adventure” which takes you through some of the most wonderful and even inhospitable creatures to be found along the seabed.

To get to the Sealife Centre, f ollow brown tourist directional signs to Marine Parade / Madeira Drive, and the Sea Life Centre can be found next to Palace Pier. Public car parks are situated within a short walking distance of the Centre.

Sealife Centre, BrightonThe Sea Life Centre has an amazing Tropical Reef, home to two giant sea turtles, black-tipped reef sharks and its own shipwreck.

As well as the spectacular views afforded by the walkthrough underwater tunnel, there are now extra viewing windows and even a walkway over the top of this impressive tank.

Sealife Centre, BrightonIn Brighton Sea Life Centre's clashing, crushing world of claws and carapaces you'll find out more about the pre-historic Horseshoe Crabs, ingenious decorator Crabs and Giant Japanese Spider Crabs.

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