Days out for SEN children @ Sea Life £13 pp (a quieter experience)
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Days out for SEN children @ Sea Life £13 pp (a quieter experience)

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Found 12th Jul
On selected dates we're opening our doors an hour early, with limited tickets available, to provide a quieter SEA LIFE experience that aims to provide a more comfortable visit for those with autism and other sensory requirements.
2018 dates for Quiet at the Aquarium
  • 12th August
  • 9th September
  • 7th October
  • 11th November
  • 9th December
Please note this is a pre-booked tickets only event, guests must purchase their tickets online in advance in order to gain entry.
Our centre music will remain switched off until 10.30am, and televisions will be turned to a minimal volume.The National Sea Life Centre is delighted to host this event as one of the first of it's kind for the centre. The popularity of this event will determine the availability of additional dates in the future.Enjoy a quieter experience as you discover over 2000 creatures including our colony of Gentoo penguins, brand new exhibit Jelly Invaders, Bev the Giant Pacific Octopus, plus not to miss our black-tip reef sharks and our giant green sea turtle, Mo, in the UK's only 360° Ocean Tunnel!
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Thanks for posting @sa1990 and welcome to HUKD.
I added what the deal is, where the deal is and the price to the title and more details in the OP explaining what the deal is too.
thank you
Thanks for posting this we didnt know about the quiet days its always a task going somewhere with our daughter with severe autism. Do you know if this is at the birmingham one ? Ill look into it later on cheers
Mark_Hickman12 m ago

Thanks for posting this we didnt know about the quiet days its always a …Thanks for posting this we didnt know about the quiet days its always a task going somewhere with our daughter with severe autism. Do you know if this is at the birmingham one ? Ill look into it later on cheers


Link takes you to sealife centre Birmingham ticket site. Hope this helps
sweeny846 m ago

Link takes you to sealife centre Birmingham ticket site. Hope this helps


Brilliant thank you i would have had a further look later on just at work, thanks
Is it just for the Birmingham centre? Theres one near us in Essex but the link takes you to ticket site and only mentions Birmingham?
gem.mma22 h, 37 m ago

Is it just for the Birmingham centre? Theres one near us in Essex but the …Is it just for the Birmingham centre? Theres one near us in Essex but the link takes you to ticket site and only mentions Birmingham?


Ive looked at our local site and I can’t see it listed anywhere so possibly just Birmingham or specific locations. Hoping someone else can clarify.
Only giving them an hour??? Seems not enough time to get round and stop and look at things also why is it so early? So if ur child has special needs u have to upset their morning routine taking them out at 8am or before then u have to rush round while inside so the rest of the public can spend the whole day at their leisure walking round and enjoying the sea life....takes the mickey. I'm guessing the parents should be greatful they are doing it at all I suppose?
Hardly a 'quiet day' when its technically a 'quiet hour', not enough time to rush around in an hour before everyone else comes in surely?
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