The National Sealife Centre
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Visit the Sealife Centre, appropriately located in the seaside town of Bray County Wicklow, to view some amazing sea creatures from the world's oceans.
The National Sea Life Centre in Bray, County Wicklow invites visitors to enjoy a journey through the magical world of underwater wildlife without getting wet! Featuring over 24 spectacular displays, the centre offers an unforgettable insight into the marvels of Ireland’s freshwater and marine world, as well as the opportunity to view, at close quarters, sea creatures from the world's oceans.
Amazing creatures await you at every turn, from ferocious red bellied piranhas, to cuckoo wrasses who change sex, to seahorses whose males give birth. With over 70 different species on view, the visit culminates at a breath taking tropical shark lagoon, home to shark species such as the black tip reef and leopard varieties.
March - October. 10am daily, last adm. 5pm. Winter: November - February last adm.4pm.
Closed 25/26 Dec.
Admission: Refer to website for admission details.
An interactive, hands-on visit for schools, groups and birthday parties. Our helpful and knowledgeable staff will be on hand to answer questions and offer amazing facts about the creatures that you'll see, this is an inspiring visit for all