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National Marine Aquarium
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Coxside

Plymouth
Devon

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Take a journey through an amazing underwater world at the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth - Britain's Biggest & Europe's Deepest Aquarium.

  • Atlantic Reef - Stand transfixed in front of the panoramic 2-storey high Atlantic Reef tank
  • Mediterranean Seas - Tiptoe to the edge of a giant ravine, experiencing the sensation of total underwater immersion, where fish swim all around and even above you.
  • Hunt for hidden treasure - Take a trip to the seashore and peer into rock pools, where starfish, crabs and sea anemones make their home.
  • Artificial diving reef - Watch images from Syclla thanks to the latest technology.
  • Holiday Workshops for Children - Don't miss our holiday workshops, available at no extra charge during the Easter, summer & half term holidays.

Open Daily:
10am - 6pm 1 April to 31 October
10am - 5pm 1 November 2000 to 31 March
Last entry - One hour prior to closing

Details

Months Open: Jan - Dec
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Car Parking: Yes - council multi-storey next door
Admission Price: Adults: £8.75
Children: £5.25
Family (2+2): £25
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Café

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