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Suitable for: Fun for all ages!
The view from the cafe is a must see.
It's cashless now so remember bank cards.
Access for prams was great.
Give this SEA LIFE spot a go and you’ll soon realise that Scotland is as beautiful under the water as above it. The scenery’s not the only star of the show – there's loads of creatures to pick from.
The Asian short-clawed otters are clever as well as cute. They’ve got different calls to say hi, warn about danger and to have a good old flirt with potential mates – if the enclosure’s steamed up and there’s some Marvin Gaye playing, you know the score. There are also Black Tip Reef Sharks and Lesser Spotted Dogfish (a native species). And seeing Scotland’s only Cownose Rays is actually a very moo-ving experience. Sorry, we had to.
Everything’s split into zones so you can see the creatures in environments just like their natural habitats. There’s a rare albino dogfish in the Lochs of Scotland zone, the otters slink over rocks and slide into pools, and in the Tropical Ocean Tunnel, you feel like you’re walking next to sharks on the sea bed. Doesn’t get much more exciting than that.
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Drumkinnon Tower, Ben Lomond Way, Balloch, Alexandria, West DunbartonshireGet Directions
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Please note - all opening times are subject to seasonal changes.
SEA LIFE Loch Lomond is an attraction based in Loch Lomond. It is listed in Aquariums Interactive Experiences . We have tickets available starting at £15.50.Quick Links: Book tickets View Photos Read Tips Terms & Conditions
Except assistance dogs, dogs aren’t allowed into SEA LIFE Loch Lomond.
Located in Balloch, SEA LIFE Loch Lomond is easy to find.
Use Google maps to get there by car or hop on a train from Glasgow Queen Street Monday-Saturday or Glasgow Central on Sundays.
It’s usually open 10am but closing times vary, so it's worth checking the official site before your visit.
Yes! Pop into the cafe on the 3rd floor for coffee and cracking views.
There’s full disabled access at the centre and disabled toilets, although the attraction does not provide wheelchairs.
You can park up kids prams in the buggy park, and there’s plenty of baby changing facilities.
Into conservation? Ask staff about the SEA LIFE Trust and their local and international projects – there’s lots of exciting stuff going on. Find more information here.
Change the date of your booking if something comes up. View Terms.
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