Dinosaurs invade Brighton Sea Life Centre

Last updated 2nd June 2017

Aquatic dinosaurs and ancient creatures will descend on Brighton’s Sea Life aquarium this February half term. From 14 February, a new interactive attraction featuring state-of-the-art technology tanks will give the kids the opportunity to get up close and personal with the digital dinosaurs that lurk within.

Using cutting edge motion sensor technology, visitors are invited to interact with the three deadly dinosaurs. Kids can feed the deadly Plesiosaurus, test the patience of the beastly Liopluradon and examine the lethal teeth of the mighty Megalodon… just make sure they don’t end up as dinner!

This wonderfully unusual – not to mention educational – experience is the perfect half-term treat.


This world-first installation will feature:

  • Nine interactive activities with the digital aquatic dinosaurs
  • Real-life Jurassic creatures including the Nautilus and Cuttlefish
  • Themed activities such as Dino Twister and Design a Dino
  • The opportunity to unearth real fossils from the Jurassic period

The lowdown

Opens: 14 February 2015. Open every day from 10am – 5pm.

Price: Tickets are priced from £9.95 per person when you book online.

Getting there: The closest train station is Brighton. From London, depart from Liverpool Street or Victoria Station (approx 1 hour 30 mins). It’s a 20 minute walk or 10 minute bus journey from the station to the sea front.

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