We had a fabulous guided tour just a few weeks ago when Lia fell in love with the penguins in her own inimitable manner.
They also had the fabulous Lego attraction there, which was great for little ones. They had the opportunity to follow a lego treasure hunt, with giant lego pieces hidden in some of the tanks.
They can even build a lego sea creature. At the end, they receive an activity pack with stickers and a fun scuba mask. But even more exciting, they get a lego deep sea explorer certificate.
The lego extravaganza is going on all summer, including the summer holidays. It’s a great opportunity to visit and a fantastic addition to this already great attraction.
We adore the sea life centre. We learn something new every time we go and the staff are really knowledgeable.
I particularly love the conservation aspect of the National Sea Life Centre, because they work on projects to breed, rescue and re-home sea species.
They also educate people on how to look after the oceans, which in this day and age is incredibly important if the next generation are to see the species that we do.
Whilst we always visit the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham, there are Sea Life Centres and sanctuaries at various locations in the UK.
I have two family passes to give away to visit one of these centres. They are valid for one visit for two adults and two children.
You can use them for free entry to any UK sea life centre and sanctuary except for those in London, Chessington and Alton Towers.
Entry is really simple via the Rafflecopter below. Good luck!