SEA LIFE Hunstanton is Norfolk’s only seal sanctuary open to visitors and is home to over 2,000 creatures, from tiny shrimps to Amazonian Piranhas!
SEA LIFE Huntstanton
Boasting a state of the art marine aquarium taking visitors on a memorable undersea odyssey filled with amazing close encounters with sea creatures of astonishing variety in spectacular ‘high-tech’ displays.
Don't miss our dedicated seal rescue hospital where we rescue, rehabilitate and release to the wild more than 40 orphaned or sickly Grey & Common seal pups every year. Other highlights include our otterly adorable family of Asian Short Clawed Otters, Colony of Humboldt Penguins and a whole host of spectacular marine creatures. Get a fantastic and closer look of our sharks and Green Sea Turtle via our underwater walkthrough tunnel.
Here at SEA LIFE Hunstanton we have introduced a range of new health and safety measures that seek to reduce the risk associated with the presence of COVID-19 that are in line with government advice and the requirements of local health authorities.
We have significantly reduced the daily ticketed capacity of our attractions to allow for social distancing and the best possible guest experience. To be able to control our capacity and follow Government Guidelines regarding Track and Trace system, all our guests, included our valued annual pass holders, must pre-book the tickets or the time slot prior their visits.
In addition to our employees undergoing daily non-invasive temperature checks, we also require guests to participate in such checks as a condition of entry. Any person who is displaying a high temperature associated with fever will not be permitted into the attraction.
Clear markers or signage have been installed in our attraction entry, restroom and dining queues to help guests keep a safe distance from one another. Our employees will monitor the queues to ensure that social distancing is being maintained.
Enhanced cleaning measures have been introduced throughout the day, which seek to disinfect high-frequency touch points, such as tables and chairs, service counters, flush handles, door handles and taps. Around the attraction you can find a large number of hygiene stations/hand sanitiser dispenser for guests to use and new Personal Protective Equipment requirements for a range of activities that employees routinely perform. These include face masks, disposable gloves, eye protection and hand sanitiser.