National Marine Aquarium
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Visit the UK's largest aquarium and be amazed at our fascinating underwater world and how we all play a part in conserving it. Your journey will take you across the world's oceans, from the shores of Plymouth to the coral reefs of the tropics.
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Perfect for the occasional rainy day when you cant think of any way to amuse your children.
Great place to visit. Really informative and fun. Get to see everything under the ocean and also have sharks swim above you!
We absolutely love the aquarium and a ticket lasts a whole year. We do not recommend the cafe on site but the aquarium is amazing. Ideal for a rainy day. Covid rules- pre book in advance online.
The National Marine Aquarium (NMA) is the UK’s largest aquarium, located in Britain’s Ocean City, Plymouth. It is run by the Ocean Conservation Trust, a charity dedicated to connecting people with the Ocean.
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