Events and Exhibitions

Are you ready to dive into the deep end and come face-to-fin with some of the most wonderful creatures in our oceans? Grab your goggles because there will certainly be splashes of fun on your visit!

Whichever day you swim on by you’ll be able to enjoy exciting talks and enthralling creature feeds by our fantastic team.

 

 

Daily Talks & Feeds

You can find times for our daily talks and feeds below. Please be aware that these are subject to change, so if there’s a specific talk or feed you’re visiting for, then call us on 0117 929 8929 to ensure you don’t miss out.

 

  • 11:30am – Daily – Tropical Predators

Meet the hunters in our warmer waters and learn how they catch their prey! Learn more about our Coral Seas display here.

  • 12:30pm – Daily – Enchanting Seahorses

Learn about our large herd of graceful seahorses. Did you know: Our Big Bellied Seahorses are one of the biggest and most active seahorses in the world! Read more about our Learning Lab displays here.

  • 1:30pm – Daily – Ravenous Rays

Meet our inquisitive rays and learn about how they’re actually flat sharks! Learn more about our Bay of Rays display here.

  • 2:30pm – Daily – Amazon River

Come and check out this big fish feeding frenzy – just watch you don’t get splashed! Learn more about our Amazing Amazon display here.

  • 3:30pm – Daily – Giant Pacific Octopus

Learn from our enthusiastic team all about Gloria, our Giant Pacific Octopus. Fingers crossed she’s in a good mood!

 

Tickets are valid all day and visitors are welcome to come and go throughout the day as they please – pop back to enjoy a talk all about your favourite animal!

Events & Extra Activities

We’re open everyday (except Christmas Day) but check out our calendar below for extra events!

Category: General Spooky Torchlit Tours (family friendly)

Exhibitions

We’ve teamed up with Bath Spa University to highlight the plight of marine litter and plastic in our oceans. Come and take a look at our photography exhibition during your visit! You can join in using the hashtag #OceanMatters.

 

 


 

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