Dads are being given the chance to explore the depths of the marine world for free this Father’s Day – thanks to Sea Life Brighton.
The world’s oldest operating aquarium is offering free entry to fathers on Sunday 18 June when accompanied by a full paying individual.
Daddies will have a fun-filled day out at Sea Life Brighton, getting up close to the breath-taking creatures on display, enjoying interactive activities and experiencing the extraordinary 360-degree Ocean Tunnel with friendly zebra sharks, stingrays and cool turtles.
The aquarium has recently launched its new installation, Claws, featuring a variety of incredible crustaceans from around the world including two large Japanese spider crabs – which can grow to the size of a car!
General Manager at Sea Life Brighton, Max Leviston, says: “If you want to treat your dad to something special this year, a trip to Sea Life Brighton is the perfect choice.
“It’s a wonderful day out for those wanting to take a trip down memory lane or visiting the aquarium for the first time. It will definitely make a Father’s Day to remember!”
Sea Life Brighton is open from 10am every day apart from Christmas Day. For current closing times or further information, please visit www.sealife.co.uk/brighton.
The Father’s Day offer is valid on Sunday 18 June by quoting Dad17 on the door of Sea Life Brighton. Please note that this offer is not available for online tickets and terms and conditions apply.