My family & I visited this attraction on Easter Sunday. We were greeted with a smile upon arrival & thought the staff were very friendly & knowledgeable. The entrance cost was £50 for 2 adults & 2 children, which we thought was a little steep given our 13 year old was classed as an adult. However, when you consider the up-keep of the aquarium, you can understand why they charge these prices. The seal show was very informative & it was nice to see the keeper's not forcing the seals into doing any tricks. You can see they really care for the animals well being. We were lucky that one of the seals wanted to play games that particular day so saw some marvellous 'tricks'. The underwater tunnel was brilliant & the children got some memorable photographs of the sharks & multitude of various sealife. We did not eat at this attraction so cannot comment on the food but we thought the shop was great & the children enjoyed looking around it to buy some souvenirs. This attraction would have been given an excellent rating if the toilets had been cleaner on the day of our visit but overall an enjoyable visit.
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