Weymouth sea life centre

We were kindly gifted tickets to Weymouth sea life centre in return for a blog post. Last time we went in November not a lot was open so I’m glad we got to go again and experience everything.

There’s so much to do, so many different tanks and a huge park which the girls loved. At the moment as it’s half term they have two activities you can take part in one is to help professor finn find the shark teeth he left in the bag and one is to find the Easter eggs to spell out a word.

We only did the shark teeth game as Emilia was able to understand that ( the teeth are big and bright so easily spotted for younger children)

Once we filled it all in we popped over to the wetland area. Where professor Finn was with lots of play-dough activities, and if you filled it all on correctly you were able to take a pot of play-dough home. Which again is great for children all ages.

They also had little activities you could participate in. Which you could get a pop badge if you did the task! Emilia was unsure at first but eventually touched a starfish and was given her badge! She now constantly tells everyone that she touched a starfish!

Perfect family fun day out with so many things to do even a little splash park !

Thank you Weymouth sea life centre

Published by minisandtheirmama.

Iā€™m Hannah 26 living in Somerset I have three children Emilia who is 2 Ottilie who is 1 And Hughie our rainbow baby !

4 thoughts on “Weymouth sea life centre

  1. Iā€™m planning a short break to Weymouth so will add the deadline centre to my list of things to see and do!


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