Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Spooky Seas: October Half Term, 14th - 31st October 2017

I can't believe it but Ethan has already completed his first half term at school. It's now half term but because of my line of work, I can't book this time off, so hubs is at home with Ethan and doing a great job keeping him entertained. Yesterday alone, they played Mario Kart, did some colouring, watched films and generally had a lovely time at home.

Today, hubs and my sister-in-law have headed off to The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham to visit the fishies and to enjoy the Spooky Seas event on throughout this half term holiday.

Ethan was so excited this morning, talking non-stop about how he was going to find Nemo and Dori, and see Hank the Octopus and the giant turtle too. Not forgetting the 4D cinema to see an Octonauts adventure... 


If you're looking for things to keep the kids busy this half term, here's what you need to know about Spooky Seas...

Families are invited to a special spook-tacular half term event at National Sea Life Centre Birmingham from 14th to 31st October.


The Spooky Seas event will provide half term fun for all the family as the centre’s fascinating creatures keep your little ones intrigued and entertained for hours.


Feast your eyes on the attraction’s jellyfish species, which have been in existence for over 600 years, these intriguing characters move like ghosts through the water. Come face to face with all kinds of mysterious sea creatures like sharks and red-bellied piranhas as well as exploring the centre’s themed displays.

Did you know that seahorses can change colour to camouflage and avoid predators? What a trick! Did you know that shoaling fish, such as tuna, stick together for protection? What a treat!

Bev the octopus enjoying a pumpkin in her tank as part of enrichment activities by the centre staff

Experience all the attraction has to offer this Halloween, learning all about the fascinating creatures of the deep and get involved with some fun activities. Visitors will also find out about the centre’s conservation programme and how it helps to protect the seas and the sea creatures within it. 
If you’re looking for Halloween-themed family fun this half term, you and the kids are in for a real treat (and no tricks!) at The National Sea Life Centre Birmingham.

For further information or to pre-book tickets online before your visit please go to www.SEALIFE.co.uk/birmingham/. Reduced prices are available for tickets booked in advance. Children under 3 go free.

* I am a blogger ambassador for The National Sea Life Centre.

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