Celebrate World Ocean Day at London Aquarium

Celebrate World Ocean Day at SEA LIFE London Aquarium

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With World Ocean Day coming up on Saturday 8th June, SEA LIFE London Aquarium are dedicating a week of ocean awareness in aid of the Marine Conservation Society.

Spot quirky fish-themed hats on staff and learn fun fish facts on how you can help to protect vital marine species and habitants. Also, by donating £2 to the Marine Conservation Society during the 11.30am ray talk you can join in with an exclusive game of Ocean Bingo where you will be given a numbered ray food pot, so you can enjoy feeding these magnificant creatures whilst hoping that your number is called – tickets to Madame Tussauds London are up for grabs!

Gurgle Mums Love: secret tip... book your ticket online and visit after 3pm and not only do you get the best value ticket – from just £11.25 for a child and £15.53 for an adult – but you also get to stroll around the attraction while it’s quiet AND catch the penguins last feed of the day (4pm). Perfect for any budding mini marine conservationist.

World Ocean Week takes place between the 1-9th June at SEA LIFE London Aquarium.

Visit: visitsealife.com for more information or to buy tickets.

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