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Check out Sea Creatures at RHS Lawrence Hall this summer; an interactive exhibit with over 50 creatures to see!

27 July 2018 - 30 August 2018 (from £12)

Sea Creatures is a brand new, interactive exhibition that takes you on a deep dive into the sea so you can learn more about the creatures that live there!

The exhibit shows you not only what lies beneath the waves, but also beneath fur, skin and scales.

From pregnant sharks to Leafy Seadragons; from the deep-dwelling Angler Fish to the mighty Minke Whale, Sea Creatures is packed with 50 full body specimens and 150 body parts and organs!

There’s also loads of digital experiences including an interactive touch table, virtual reality, a mini cinema and even a gigantic ball pit!

Click here to find out more!

At Sea Creatures you get to learn about the complex life systems within these majestic creatures, as well as why we need to protect precious ocean life.

Sea Creatures invites audiences to first understand what makes the marine world tick, and then how to conserve it for future generations.

Plus you can get a 20% discount on all ticket types with the code FUNKIDS20 when booking online!

Early Bird tickets are now on sale on a first come first served so book today and don’t miss out!

Click here to book your tickets!

The highlight of the show is Hai Hai (meaning Sea Sea), a baby Minke whale. This is the star feature exhibit of this blockbuster exhibition.

At 3.08 meters high, 6.3 meters in length, 2.55 meters in chest circumference and weighing in at 3000kg, it is an awesome sight!

Hai Hai holds two world records (the world’s first plastinated ocean Mammal; and the world’s first plastinated specimen of a whale displaying its internal organs and structure)!

Click here to see it at SeaCreatures!


27 July 2018
30 August 2018
from £12
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RHS Lawrence Hall
RHS Lawrence Hall, Greycoat Street
London, London SW1P 2QD United Kingdom
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