Families are being invited to The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham from October 22 to 31 for a Spooky Seas-themed treat which will have those little ones intrigued and entertained for hours on end.
And the Observer had four sets of family tickets to give away to lucky readers,
Among the many fabulous things to see, visitors will be able to feast their eyes on the attraction’s fascinating jelly fish species.
In existence for over 650 million years, these intriguing characters move like ghosts through the water. Explore the attraction’s themed displays and come face to face with mysterious sea creatures including the not so scary sharks and red-bellied piranhas.
Prepare for a scare as the moray eels peek through their hiding holes in Red Sea Wreck and the Ocean Tank. These unique creatures can grow up to a whopping three metres in length, have razor sharp teeth and a tough leathery skin. These fish are one of the few known species that can swim backwards, so watch out.
Experience all the attraction has to offer this Halloween, learning all about the fascinating creatures of the deep and get involved with some fun activities.
Visitors will also be able to find out about The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham’s conservation programme and how it helps to protect the seas and the sea creatures within it.
If you’re looking for Halloween-themed family fun this half term, you and the kids are in for a real treat (and no tricks!!) at The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham.
For further information or to pre-book tickets online before your visit please go to www.SEALIFE.co.uk/birmingham/. Reduced prices are available for tickets booked in advance.
To be in with a chance of winning one of the four family passes we have up for grabs, just answer the following simple question:
Q: How long have jelly fish been in existence?
Answers by e-mail only to: [email protected] by noon on Friday to ensure winners are notified before half term.