News Update for Winter 2014/15
Winter Festive Fun Day
Following the success of the last three Winter Festivals, the Fun Day took place on Sunday 14th December 2014. This year however, as promised it was MORE magical as the Sanctuary welcomed Santa and his handsome real reindeer.
Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary
Winter Opening Times

Please note as of January 2015 the Sanctuary will be changing to the Winter opening hours.
The Sanctuary will be Open all Winter from Friday to Monday.

Closed Tuesday to Thursday
Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary
Therefore the first date the Sanctuary will open in January 2015 will be Friday the 2nd. Please call the Sanctuary on 01631 720386 for more details.

Click here to view the Sanctuary´s festive opening hours and will be switching to winter opening hours in January.
Sanctuary on TV!

The BBC came to film at the Aquarium in November for a Gaelic programme called Dè a-nis.
Click on this link to watch an extract from the programme showing the beautiful creatures. Scottish Sea Life Sanctuary
If you find a Seal in the Wild

During the pupping season, if you are visiting the coast around Scotland, you may well see newborn pups, can we remind you that white fluffy pups may look cute, but they have sharp teeth that carry harmful bacterial.
Also keep your dogs on leads when near seals.
Click here
to find out
what to do
if you
a seal pup that is in distress or alone.
Seals in the wild
Please...DO keep your distance; Do Not attempt to handle the pup; Do Not attempt to put the pup in the sea; Do Not ignore the situation; Do call the Sanctuary on 01631 720386 or tell an appropriate organisation.
Interesting Facts

Rays are one of the most graceful and beautiful creatures in the ocean.

But watch out they can have a very strong bite!

They live for a very long time and reproduce slowly. This means that they are often caught before they have a chance to breed.

Click here to see a larger photo of below.
Interesting Facts about Rays
Rays hide themselves in the sand, leaving only their eyes clear to spot food or danger.

Ray babies stay in their egg cases for up to 12 months.

Egg cases are deposited in pairs on the sea floor.

Click here to reveal a photo of the egg cases and what they are called.

Animal Adoptions

A special way to honour a birthday, special occasion or to commemorate the life of a loved one, while supporting an important cause.

Help us to maintain first class animal care at SEA LIFE.
Click here for more details.
Animal Adoptions

Latest Leaflet

Click here to view and print off the Sanctuary´s latest leaflet.

Save Money on your Entrance Tickets
Don´t forget to purchase your entrance tickets for single admission tickets, family tickets, group tickets, school bookings, etc., on-line in advance and Save Money. Plus you can also purchase SEA LIFE Annual Passes and Merlin Annual Passes.

When you click here or on the button right, it will take you through to Merlin Entertainments´ official Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary website for the Best Price Guarantee.