Back to England. The Deep in Hull is one of the UK’s biggest and and best aquariums (this is claimed by the official website itself :P).
This is the biggest aquarium I’ve ever visited. I think I only visited two till date *LOL* One in Langkawi and now this one.
Glass corals and 3D screens once we got in. Can you see the shark rammed the glass? Hehehe… You will start the tour at the Awakening Seas where you will get to explore over 4 billion years of ocean history from giant fossils to Megalodon shark teeth.
Then, you will go into the Lagoon of Light where you can see many tropical fish, corals and mangrove trees.
What’s under the water? So many colourful fish and corals.
After that, you will come into Endless Ocean, display home to some of the most incredible animals in the sea. It has 2.5 million litres of water and 87 tonnes of salt.
Next, the Slime where the bright and interactive area allow visitors to learn about some of the animals who use slime to move around, catch their prey or create a poisonous mucus.
There’s also penguins and you get to catch penguin feeding at Kingdom of Ice too. The video below will show some snippets of the Endless Ocean and Penguin Feeding.
Here’s the Amazon Flooded Forest where you will see the tropical freshwater habitats while at the Cool Seas is where all the jelly fish are.
Very mesmerizing. I didn’t take any video of it.
Not to forget some creatures such as frogs and bugs are also there.
There is so much to see here. Can’t cover everything. It’s fun and educational not only for children but adults too. We spent over 4 hours there! It’s a great place for family to go.
Here’s the entrance ticket when you purchase at the door:
Adult – Â£13.50
Child (aged 3 to 15) must be accompanied by an adult – Â£11.50
Children under 3 must be accompanied by an adult – FREE
Senior (60+) – Â£12.50
If you need more details, please check out their official website https://www.thedeep.co.uk