This October, Halloween comes to the Sea Life Centre Brighton. Taking place in the Rainforest Adventure area, it will be transformed into a Fear Forest, for only the bravest souls and thrill seekers. There will be a load of fun activities being showcased for something a little different this half term.
Creature handling will take place three times a day where visitors can get up close and personal with rainforest creepy crawlies, whether it be hissing cockroaches or African land snails.
From 14 to 26th October, children will be able to have some freaky face painting, to really get them in the halloween mood and transform them into their favourite spooky characters. Guests are also invited to take part in the ‘Yucky Dip’ in the gift shop where scary tricks or exciting treats can be won, including pop badges, sweets and VIP sea life feeding experiences.
General Manager, Max Leviston commented: “We’re inviting all of our brave Sea Life Brighton friends to come and explore our Fear Forest this Halloween. We’re putting the spotlight on the creepy creatures and garish ghouls in our Rainforest this year, from ghost fish to poison dart frogs and a huge green anaconda.
“This family event is educational and fun for all ages, and I for one can’t wait to see our visitors in full Halloween costume getting up close and personal with some of our freakiest creatures!”
To top it all off, kids get free entry if they wear a Halloween outfit.
Sea Life Brighton is open from 10 am every day apart from Christmas Day. The event will run from Saturday October 14th- Sunday October 29th. Visitors can save up to 40% by booking in advance online. For more information or to purchase tickets, please visit www.visitsealife.com/brighton or call 01273 604234.