There are many incredible sights and experiences contained within the famous city of London. There is one particular place that might not be as popular or iconic as Big Ben or the London Eye, but it nevertheless attracts more than a million visitors annually. That place is the Sea Life London Aquarium. It is situated in a central location simultaneously close to notable Belgravia event venues as well as COMO The Halkin, London.
The Sea Life Aquarium has a very interesting history since it initially started off as a place to showcase designs of a hypothetical fish that has the swiftness of Tuna, the boost capabilities of Pike and the agility of Eels. After the establishment was purchased by Merlin Entertainments it became what it is today.
The London Sea Life Aquarium features a host of marine life and is showcased through a breath-taking experience combining shark-walks, and an ocean tunnel. The latter involves a long transparent walkway atop a massive tank filled with sharks. To add further visual appeal, the shark tank is filled with breath-taking pieces such as shipwrecks and models of the Easter Island heads.
The coral-reef section of the aquarium is definitely one of the most spectacular, and has been described as being almost kaleidoscopic in regards to the vast amounts of colour. This section is very popular with children since it is commonly referred to as ‘Nemo’s Kingdom’.
The Seadragon Kingdom is one of the museum’s most unique offerings since these are creatures that are hardly known to the average person. In this section one can glimpse these vibrant creatures with their captivating colours along with a variety of sea-horses.
There’s an infinite amount more to explore at this incredible locale that offers both entertainment and education in an unforgettable experience.
Auburn Silver is a travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.