If you’re looking for a fun day out in Birmingham this half term, head down to the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham for the spook-tacular ‘Spooky Seas’ event. On from the 14th until 31st October, the Spooky Seas event is a fantastic attraction to keep all the family entertained with mysterious sea creatures to look out for and fun activities to take part in.
The Spooky Seas event is always a fantastic day out. My four year old Olly loves to explore and see the spooky decorations dotted around the centre. There’s always cobwebs hanging around too to add to the mysterious atmosphere.
Amy Langham, General Manager at The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham, said: “Our Halloween event promises to be bigger and better than ever before. We are transforming our attraction into a family friendly sensory experience that is both fun and educational.”
There’s always something different to see at the National Sea Life Centre Birmingham. Olly’s favourite must see’s every time we visit include the sharks spotted in the walk through tunnel, the seahorses and the stingray.
We’ll be heading to the event at some point during this half term but in the meantime, you can read all about our visit to the National Sea Life Centre during last years Spooky Seas event here.
Spooky Seas Facts – did you know?
- Seahorses can change colour to camouflage themselves to avoid predators?
- Jellyfish have been in existence for over 500 million years!
- Shoaling fish, such as tuna, stick together for protection. These are just some of the interesting facts you can learn from a visit to the event.
If you’re looking for Halloween-themed family fun this half term, the whole family are in for a real treat (and no tricks!) at The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham.
For further information or to pre-book tickets online before your visit please go to www.SEALIFE.co.uk/birmingham/. Reduced prices are available for tickets booked in advance. Children under 3 go free.
Disclosure: We are National Sea Life Birmingham Family Ambassadors and are sharing the news of this event in accordance with the Ambassador Scheme.