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I Sea Life in Birmingham Diamond review Review with images

AdvantagesA fun and educational attractions for all the family to enjoy

DisadvantagesThe cafe could do with a little bit of TLC

"...in the form of _The National Sea Life Centre_. These aquatic marine centres are dotted all around the country, and they provide a lot of us with the experience of observing and learning about a large number of marine animals, without the need to learn how to scuba dive or gain a PhD in marine biology. ==Finding the Ocean in Birmingham== The _Sea Life Centre_ is located just off of _Birmingham’s_ _Board Street_ alongside the canal and next door ..." Read review

Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional

Birmingham on Sea! Review with images

AdvantagesBeautiful displays


"...the other Sealife centres, both national and international. The high price of a visit to the centre is the reason why I have docked a star from the ratings. On my last visit, I took my three kids and even with the voucher, it cost us over $40 to visit. Seeing as a visit will only take about two hours, this is pretty poor value when compared with a visit to the cinema or even our local Zoo in Dudley, which would cost us less for a whole days worth ..." Read review

Ciao members have rated this review on average: exceptional

See the sea in Birmingham Review with images

AdvantagesA lot to see, beautifully set out and all tanks so clean

DisadvantagesQuite expensive and the soft play and picnic area was a bit manky

"...were most impressed with The National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham. It was so perfect for children; everywhere was clean and well labelled with information. The animals all looked in prime condition and they were all easy to see through the glass. If we lived closer then we would certainly have thought about an annual pass as we would have visited more often and done some sections on each visit. The only area we felt was a bit of a letdown was the ..." Read review

Ciao members have rated this review on average: very helpful

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