I haven’t been to the Sealife Centre for many years and could only remember that you were able to stroke the stingrays (unfortunately you can’t do this anymore)! My 7 year old self did not remember the absolutely amazing architecture…
Sadly there were a few things that weren’t great:
Firstly, the baby changing facilities don’t have their own room; they’re outside the toilet for everyone to see. It’s not the end of the world, but sometimes you need a quiet room.
Secondly, the main entrance has lots of steps, so to get down to the Centre with a pram you have to use the tunnel on the beach. The tunnel isn’t the most beautiful of entrances… nor does it give a great first impression!
Lastly, this has nothing to do with the Sealife Centre itself, but unfortunately there were lots of people ignoring the “Please don’t tap the glass” and “Please don’t use a flash” signs next to the fish. This made us quite angry, and I do feel that perhaps they could have a few members of staff patrolling asking people to stop?
*We were sent free tickets for the Sealife Centre, Brighton in exchange for a fair and honest review. All views and opinions expressed in this post are my own.*