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Sea Life Scheveningen, The Hague

Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
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2.9/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • This week there was a fun action. A subscription for 20 euros. Look it's nice. The entrance is pretty high given the size of the aquarium. Then you go not as fast. Now it's nice to go get away round sealife and go home. SeaLife may use a spoke much English here and there. That for sure. Also I miss circumferential carers or volunteers who can tell some more. That's what makes more valuable. But we will still be langswippen next year. I've been looking forward to it.
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  • Sealife aquarium and fun but a bit small. It is renovated and looks nice. There are also penguins and otters.
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  • Scheveningen has so much to do and enjoy, whether for a family fun day or a romantic day out. Really enjoyed a nice family day and this particular attraction is great to entertain young kids and adult...  read more »
  • Fantastic for families, but plenty of fun to visit without kids. They have a discounted ticket for visiting after 4pm, and the two hours is ample to see all the exhibits. You may miss the feeding sessions that are held earlier on the day, but we enjoyed it very much. The location is perfect; if you're coming from Den Haag, take the tram stop before the end of the line. There are tons of restaurants in the boardwalk.
  • The management was terrible. To the point where they & the staff were rude. I feel sorry for the poor fish that reside there.
  • The Hague Sea life center offers a lot of sea animals. The place is not that big but keeps you occupied for around 1,5 hours.
  • Sealife is really meant for young children; our 2 and 1 year olds loved it. But don't pay full price; we got half-price tickets with Veronica magazine and there are lots of offers out there. It's a really intimate place, which means go early in the morning and you won't have to push through the crowds. About 12 different areas with tanks of fish but you can't get more than about 3 people behind most of the displays. Otters were not there when we went and we couldn't find the jellyfish. A lot of the displays were also very high and not easily seen by small children. They say you need 1.5 hours to get around but we did it in an hour. Location is very difficult to get to with kids as the parking garages are all behind lots of steps. You need to walk to the Kurhaus to avoid the stairs. Parking is very expensive, 6 euro for 2 hours was quite a lot. Pick a nice day and then go to a beach cafe for lunch: expensive but very tasty eating. All in all we paid about 60 euro for a half-day in Scheveningen!
  • Sea Life is an amazing attraction for everyone of each age. *Edited due to I left the review on the incorrect place; sorry about that*
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