I visited Sea Life with my wife and 2 children during Easter half term time and overall the place was fantastic, the displays are brilliant and the variety of species on display is amazing, the kids loved the penguins and the sharks and for me the sea turtles and sea horses were the best. The only down side were the crowds as the place was rammed, but we did expect this as it was half term and the fact that there is no café or anywhere else to sit and eat. We took a packed lunch expecting to find a café or seating area inside but there's nothing of the sort, no seating, no rest area, no café, nothing. This meant that we missed the kids lunch and actually ended up rushing through the second half so we could get out and find somewhere to feed the kids (and us) before going back in to finish the last half that we had rushed through in the first place. We even saw other families just sitting on the floor by a display to eat as there was no where to site, the building is massive with a lot in it given the type of people it attracts I would expected it to have a café or at least a seating area of some sort. As I said this was the only down side to what was a great day out ( and to be honest I managed to persuade Mrs Green to go to the pub over the canal for a pint and a pub lunch instead of a packed lunch so it wasn't all bad) and I would definatley go back.
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