See the best of British marine wildlife at this native marine aquarium! A Splashing Day Out whatever the weather!
A unique marine aquarium, featuring the Best of British marine wildlife!
Ever wondered what lurks in the seas around the coast of Wales and Britain? Would you like to know all about British seas and the kind of creatures that live in them? Want to see catsharks, seahorses, octopus, lobsters and other exciting British marine animals up close and learn all about them? Then this is the place for you!
As well as seeing all our animals, you can learn all about British marine habitats and the research and conservation work which is helping to save them, both here and further afield, including our British seahorse breeding programme and the Lobster Hatchery of Wales. Explore British marine habitats including a colourful reef and incredible invertebrates in the No Bone Zone, the wolf fish lair, a real crashing wave, a creepy shipwreck and a kelp forest full of big huge fish.
COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES
We have strictly followed numerous government and industry specific
guidelines to ensure the Anglesey Sea zoo is now accredited as ‘Good to
go’ through Visit Britain as a Covid 19 safe environment.
Our extra safety measures include:
- ample signage
- a restriction in capacity
- hand sanitiser stations throughout
- staff PPE
- till screens
- a thorough deep cleaning timetable
Face masks are mandatory in public indoor spaces and shops in Wales from Monday September 14th 2020 onwards. They are not required for children under the age of 11 or for people with certain health conditions and/or disabilities.
are politely requesting that all our visitors assist us in this role by
following all up to date Covid 19 safety guidelines themselves and that all adults
take full responsibility for ensuring that all children in their care
follow our guidelines too.
We’ve had to make some important temporary changes to the
tour and the function of our attraction to meet initial reopening
The daily ticketed capacity has been reduced to allow for social distancing and the best possible guest experience. We recommend you reserve a bit more time for waiting to get in and getting around the aquarium, particularly on rainy days when it can get busy.
The aquarium has one-way access, and we’ll also be offering numerous
interactive open air and outdoor activities throughout the day and a
take-away service from our popular licensed Rockpool Café.
We always welcome feedback and suggestions on how we could improve your experience, so please don't hesitate to approach our staff if you have ideas on how we can make your visit safer and more enjoyable.