A fantastic way to learn about creatures which live around the UK's coast, Anglesey Sea Zoo has plenty of things to do to keep young and old entertained and enthralled.
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If you're looking for fun family days out in North Wales, Anglesey Sea Zoo is a perfect place to start.
For example, did you know the UK has sharks, spiny seahorses and octopuses in our seas? Or that our lobster population is dying out?
There are lots of creatures to see, from jellyfish to conger eels and plenty more besides. Visitors can also step inside Anglesey Sea Zoo's very own lobster hatchery, where they are trying to create conditions to enable the creatures to breed and thrive.
For a unique souvenir, little ones can even select their own pearl, watch as the oyster opens and have the pearl set in jewellery, ready to take home.
You may even decide you want to adopt one of the sea creatures you've seen on your trip to help support the Sea Zoo.
Kids will also love the chance to run riot in the playground and enjoy the bouncy castle, while older ones might like to test their skills on Captain Jake's Crazy Golf.
Is There Parking?
The attraction offers free on-site parking.
Are There Baby Changing Facilities?
Yes, baby changing facilities are available.
Is it Wheelchair friendly/accessible?
Yes the zoo is fully accessible to wheelchair users.
For those feeling a little peckish, Anglesey Sea Zoo's Rockpool Cafe serves a variety of meals and snacks.
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