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Sea Life Speyer, Speyer

(1.7/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web)
With more than 3,000 animals spread across 40 different displays, Sea Life Speyer gives you a look at the diversity of aquatic life, including Cuban crocodiles, green sea turtles, blacktip reef sharks, cownose rays, and seahorses. Try to time your visit with one of the regular feedings (check the aquarium's website). In the interactive rock pool, you can get up close to a number of creatures and even touch a live starfish or crab. Buy tickets online to save up to 20 percent, or save up to 40 percent by visiting after 3 p.m. To visit Sea Life Speyer on your holiday in Speyer, and find out what else Speyer has to offer, use our Speyer itinerary builder.
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  • So we were with stroller and 2 adults on the spot. Posted online - great discounts - I thought can be a great Sunday. Things packed and went down there and scared for the first time before the queue. We stood with our son (1 year) then 20 min and were lucky that he was in a good mood. Would be naturally optimal if you with online booking at a separate fund purely because here no admission more must be paid what would also shorten the entire snake and customers would remember for next time. The exhibition itself very beautiful but also very little space. If someone has stopped, a backlog has formed immediately. You could find themselves only from the crowd because let Dodge strollers (and many were condemned on the road) is impossible. Unfortunately, this exhibition is also very short, where you could spend more time there if people would not press. We were quite quickly again on the snack, but we liked it and we would come back but during the week.
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  • To accommodate a lot on very confined space is the case here. Semidark corners barely space for XXL visitors. The restaurant can be reached via a flight of stairs. I wonder how eg wheelchair to get through. It is interesting but me very personally to closely crowded.
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  • Sea life Speyer is a small Centre, compared to others. The Center is winding and narrow, but shows all common fish species. Unfortunately dam to arg, and although little was going on yesterday. We were there with our 3 years son. It is also relatively quickly for a Sunday outing with ca one hour back and return. Well, the live was demo with plaster er lobsters. We had never seen like that! Otherwise, the signs of the parking lots is a horror! And the 16.50 euros are already excessive, at least when you're through relatively quickly with a toddler! It is advisable deals with savings to use.
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  • I have to agree with some others that felt the place was too busy to enjoy it. We went on a Saturday when it was raining. We stood out in line for 15 minutes even though there were not many ahead of us. Then, it was like moving along like a slow herd of cattle. The hallways are so small that traffic flow is awful. The worst thing is that there are no toilets through the exhibit. So, you have to rush to the end past the shop to get your little ones to the toilet. Then, just try to back track to get back to where you were..... impossible. It was expensive for the size of the place, too. If you are fortunate to not go on a busy day, then it would be enjoyable. The fish are beautiful and they do take good care of them.
  • This is a small aquarium, but well worth spending a couple of hours. We went on a Monday morning and it was very quiet. The staff was great with our kids. There is a scavenger hunt the kids can accomplish and get a small prize at the end. There is a place for kids to touch some small sea creatures. We also ate here. It was not extraordinary, but still good. It was everything we needed for a lunch.
  • The line to get in was ridiculous! The whole place is basically waiting in line from exhibit to exhibit. We didn't get to see any of the feedings, because we were jam packed in the room like sardines. I guess it didn't help that we visited on a rainy day and everybody had the same idea. The place was nice though, i just wish it wasn't a whole line situation. I felt rushed because the point that people were waiting outside in the rain for people to come out of the place before they could have room to get in. I'll come back, but not on a rainy day. The price was a bit expensive as well. 30 euro for me and my 5 yr old :(
  • I don't know why there are so many bad reviews. It's a great and amazing presentation inside, with an adventurous open devilfish pool . All of the basins are, as far as can be said from outside, appropriate for their inhabitants. There is no need to hurry and run through. Go slowly and look exactly at every part of this. There are some nice things to discover. Small and "older" children will have a lot of fun here. The shark tank is most impressive and you walk through an underwater tunnel. Nice! Staff is friendly and welcoming. The only downturn is the "restaurant" where you won't be satisfied as a vegan or vegetarian. Especially here it SHOULD!
  • Had a great time here, not enough to fill a day but definitely worth a visit