National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham
The Water's Edge, Eleven Brindley Place, Birmingham B1 2HL, UK
About National SEA LIFE Centre Birmingham
The National Sealife Centre Birmingham is home to over 2,000 magical creatures and the UK’s only 360 ocean tunnel! Come and be amazed by how these beautiful marine animals live day to day and get closer than you’d ever imagine to magnificent sharks, colourful clownfish, snapping piranhas, seals and more.
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