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The Sea Mor catch and release aquarium shows a variety of local marine wildlife, including pipe fish, lobster, conger eel, moon jellyfish, and sometimes Octopus also interactive rock-pool tank and much more! Sea Trust is a non-profit community...more
All reviews play area rainy day marine life clams on display guided tour well worth a visit spider crab a small gift shop ask questions excellent visit great little place soft play member of staff young man rock pools don t expect
We stumbled across this when one of our party googled things to do near St Davids - what a find! We arrived ten mins after the last tour of the day but the ticket office said if we didn't mind missing the first 10 mins...More
I came here with 4 other members of our family based on a recommendation from a colleague, and I'm so glad we went!
I'd heard that they "cycle out" their inhabitants from the local area so I didn't have massive expectations, but they were completely...More
Me and my partner stumbled across the Ocean Lab on the off chance after seeing a sign on our way to Strumble Head. I said it sounded interesting and that we should give it a try on our way back through. We weren’t really sure...More
This was our first time visiting Ocean Lab and it did not fail to impress. The young lady who was our tour guide was full of information about the sealife amongst the tanks. My partner and I are super interested in British sealife and this...More
we visited on a Thursday at 1430 during term so our family had the tour to ourselves which was great. The 45 minute tour ran to an hour and the kids loved it. They really enjoyed hearing about the sea birds and the whales and...More
We had to wait an hour and 40 mins for the next tour which had room for us (2 adults 1 toddler) we were encouraged to wait in the cafe which had soft play. Soft play was £1 and the cafe reasonable.
We had a...More
If you're expecting a huge Sealife Centre, this isn't for you. Instead it's a small, carefully managed collection of British sealife that you view as part of a small tour.
Our guide was particularly knowledgeable and patiently answered a million questions from the children and...More