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A fun and informative day out to see the variety of aquatic life.
London Aquarium Guided Tour
The London Aquarium is situated next to the London Eye, which makes a great joint trip, as there is a good contrast between the two. There is a wide range of underwater life from all over the world on display. The London Aquarium offers you the chance to come face to face with the amazing creatures found under the water and to touch starfish and crabs in the seashore and ray pool areas. For 3-14 year olds there is a selection of printed materials for your visit.
At the London Aquarium adults can take a guided tour at an extra charge. There are also guided tours for children of different ages. Subjects covered by the tours at the London Aquarium include:
- Waterworld – This is the general introduction to underwater life. Discover the animals that live in the waters around the world and the highlights of the London Aquarium.
- Master predators – Discover what makes a good underwater predator. Come face to face with sharks, piranhas, eels and other amazing predators of the deep.
- Defences in the Deep – Life underwater can be hazardous for the unprepared. Look at some of the adaptations animals have developed to avoid predators at the London Aquarium.
- Conservation – What are the problems facing the aquatic world? How can underwater habitats and animals be protected and what can be done? This tour looks at the role humans play in both damaging and conserving aquatic life and some of the efforts the London Aquarium is making to counteract and prevent this damage.
The London Aquarium offers other tours including Down in the Jungle, British Aquatic Life, Motion in the Ocean and Coral Communities.
A Fun Family Day Out!
The London Aquarium is very suitable for families of all ages: whilst adults will enjoy the informative tours and labelling, even babies will love to see the graceful movement of the sea life on display. There is also a chance to be more hands on, stroking the rays in the ray pool or touching starfish.
Unfortunately, the London Aquarium is not free of charge, and is fairly expensive. However, they do have family tickets, which can save some money on entrance costs. It is very easy to reach from the Georgian House Hotel. The best way is to take a bus.
Visit www.londonaquarium.co.uk to find out more about prices, opening times and how to get to London Aquarium.
Georgian House Hotel is ideally situated in a very central location, so visiting sights all over London is quick and easy. Why not book Georgian House Hotel when you plan your trip to London Aquarium? You can book online or email to make a reservation on firstname.lastname@example.org, or telephone on 0044(0)207 834 1438