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Deep Sea World is located underneath the iconic Forth Rail Bridge, in the quaint village of North Queensferry. Deep Sea World is one of the premier attractions in Scotland, offering fun for the whole family, no matter what their age. Come along and...more
With my family on holiday coming from Edinburgh, we decided to go to South Queensferry and to cross by walk the bridge. We didn’t know about Deep Sea World and when we discovered that with a nice 30 mins walk we could reach it we...More
Lots to see was a great day out with friends, staff very informative particular Rory (apologies for the wrong spelling) very lively and can see his passion for the animals that he cares for, food was very nice and great portions, the gift shop has...More
I visited yesterday with my partner and my nephew and was really disappointed. We left after 40 minutes as there wasn’t much to do or see.
Tanks murky and dark due to age, reptile area where the snapping turtle was was very disappointing, never seen...More
Would recommend this the children were fascinated with the sharks and rays. The conveyor belt is a good way to see them . The small tanks were good with the different species, the frog game was entertaining. Spent a good 3 hours so felt it...More
After purchasing my tickets online I travelled from Aberdeen with my 5 year old girl. We had planned to drive down and make a day of it.
The exhibits that were open were good. Fish tanks were clear, healthy and looked good but we counted...More
We paid £50 odd for family of 4 and were expecting to be there for maybe a few hours at least. 50 mins in we had seen everything twice. Extremely poor value. When considering you could go to Edinburgh zoo for same price and lasts...More
Visited here over 7 years ago to dive with the sharks, and i was very disappointed to see it has got worse.The exhibits look old and tired.The main attraction is the plastic tube and seeing the sharks but the water visibility is very poor and...More
Visited with my 5 year old niece. Wasn’t that great to be honest, was just over £35 for 3 of us and was in and out in less than an hour which included us going round the shark tunnel twice and out to see the...More
We have a young child and live quite close by so decided to get an annual pass. A single trip is really quite expensive and it is not that big a place. We have been several times so are making good use of the annual...More
Unless you want to see all the great talks that both facilities have to offer the two could be easily accomplished in a day. Deep sea world is open from 10am to 5pm but you want to be there at least one hour before closing... More
Unless you want to see all the great talks that both facilities have to offer the two could be easily accomplished in a day. Deep sea world is open from 10am to 5pm but you want to be there at least one hour before closing time to get access. Deep sea world can take up to an hour to explore if you are not wanting to see the talks or overly bothered about taking photographs. Deep sea world also has a shark classroom where you can see an impressive little collection of fossils and have encounters with bearded dragons, snakes and insects, but dynamic earth also offers a similar experience but more towards the earth sciences as a whole rather than marine biology/conservation which would obviously take a bit longer to explore if that's your kind of thing. The two can be accomplished but otherwise it would be best to take up membership with deep sea world that way if you are ever in the area you could always pop in just to see the enclosures.
Response from Ray-of-light26 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, best to look on their website as they have different types of tickets ie family tickets, advanced and flexi tickets etc
It may also be worth keeping an eye on Groupon and Itson for reduced tickets. Hope that helps.