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Forthside Terrace North Queensferry, Fife KY11 1JR United Kingdom
Forthside TerraceGBFifeNorth QueensferryKY11 1JR
+44 1383 411880deepseaworld.com
AquariumToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 6:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Come face to face with one of Europe's largest collections of sharks in one of the world's longest underwater tunnels at Deep Sea World, one of the country’s aquariums. A great day out for the entire family!

Discover the mysteries of the deep with a huge selection of creatures to gaze at in the amazing underwater tunnel. At 112 m long, it holds a million gallons of sea water, making it the largest temperate marine exhibit in the UK and one of the longest underwater safaris in the world.

See the piranhas and resident seals and you can even hold creatures from the rock pools. Or for something more adventurous, why not go diving with the sharks? Or have a birthday party under the sea?

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Sea life aquarium with seal enclosure and shark tank with 112-metre walk-through acrylic tunnel.- Google
"Great fun love sea life."
"Returned in May 2014 with my family who all love Aquariums."
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Fraser Mckenzie
2 months ago
£44 for family of 4,if you take your time you can go round in twice in 45mins,we visited on a bank holiday monday,the shark talk was a disaster,the staff members mic didnt work due to "technical difficulties" (looked like she ran out of batteries for it!!!!) She did take Qs from people but it was so busy you couldn't hear her answers or get near her to ask. They play a tape in the shark tank but it was so quiet we couldn't hear it. I won't be back.
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Steven Johnston
2 months ago
£44 for a family ticket. £28 for two stuffed toys at the gift shop, Glad i took a packed lunch. If you take your time you can get round it twice in roughly an hour. The exhibits are good though and the myriad creatures are well looked after and healthy. For £38 you can get a family of four into Glasgow Science Center which is an all day shot near enough. That's a better value day out in my opinion.
stuart macdonald
4 months ago
took my 6 year old for his birthday today and he loved it. I thought it was great value for money. Staff where great and my son said he wants to help sharks for living. what more can parent ask for, JUST GO
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Dolidh Young
a year ago
I've been here so many times with family, friends and occasions with Scouts, Guides and YMCA. For young children, the underwater walkway might be your favourite place... Having a sling for babies or toddlers or a pram might be the best way to take them round because of the mechanism... But it's my favourite part and has been for many years. Occasionally you can see divers in with the sharks, fish and crustaceans. Very exciting. It's easy to get down to the lower floor as there's a ramp instead of stairs. Up at the ground level, there are loads of smaller exhibits, fish, spiders and even frogs. There's an area for supervised touching and teaching for things like starfish that really captures the slightly older children. Outside are the seals. Lovely to watch them get fed and swim around. It's a really nice place to visit. The food was OK for a quick bite to eat although cheaper to take a packed lunch. A great place visit if you've got some time to head through with the kids.
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Pam Donaldson
2 months ago
We visited today with our daughter and two grandchildren, aged 2 and 3. They enjoyed it quite well though I expected there to be more to see, for the money. However, when we got to the café at five minutes past one, there was hardly any choice of food left. No baked potatoes, no paninis - the dim young man said there were only chips!! - though when pressed, he admitted that there were veg burgers or beef burgers also. (There were also children's boxes.) He said that there were hardly any potatoes in the fridge when he arrived. So we had 2 veg burgers and one beef burger. With the children's boxes, some tea and some milk, this came to over £30, making the whole outing over £70 - not exactly a cheap few hours. The lack of choice in the café seemed very feeble, on the last day of the school holidays. Surely they expected people to come, and, at lunch time, eat?
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meet dave
4 months ago
Took our three year old son for a surprise daytrip, was not disappointed! Considering the amount of fish, sharks, free entertainment, etc, the entry price was very reasonable. The walk through tunnel we ended up round 4 times as the wee man loved it so much (and not because it was too short!). We stopped at the cafe and for under £20 we got a fresh cooked to order beef burger and chips (proper beef too) with a drink, a full kids meal [of sandwiches (with proper meat) a babybell, a fresh muffin, an apple and a carton of juice], a decent quality coffee and three generous tubs of really good quality ice cream so well worth the money! And the staff were incredible - both in service and with our son, always polite, friendly and happy to chat away, clearly enjoying their jobs! I've seen some reviews stating it wasnt long enough but personally for our three year old, visiting all the exhibits, the entertainment, watching the seal feeding and going through the tunnel to see everything with a stop for some food it was the perfect time, he wasn't bored at any point and once we'd done it all he was content at leaving when we did, perfect time. I hadn't been for over 10 years (probably closer to 15) but we will definitely be going back, highly recommend it for anyone with young children!
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Monica R
3 months ago
Empty the tanks $eaworld , orcas belongs to Ocean , stop animal captivity !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Rosemary Martin
3 months ago
great fun love sea life