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Finding Dory comes to Sea Life Brighton

From Sat 16 July, visitors to Sea Life Brighton can expect to find a little something extra on their aquatic adventures inside the aquarium.

In celebration of the release of Disney Pixar’s Finding Dory at the end of the month, Sea Life Brighton are giving all marine lovers the opportunity to find Dory, Nemo, Marlin and friends on an interactive trail showcasing the real lives of all our favourite fishy critters from the movie.

Running all summer until Sun 11 Sept, guests can learn all about ­­­blue tangs (Dory) and clownfish (Nemo), completing the trail to earn an exclusive Finding Dory reward!

The exhibition joins this year’s newest features at the aquarium: Secrets of the Reef and the Seahorse Nursery.

Max Leviston, General Manager at Sea Life Brighton enthuses, “Secrets of the Reef is an incredible installation with everything from bold, colourful creatures to a strong message about the importance of conservation, a range of fun and educational activities and the chance to get up close to these beautiful underwater species.”

A popular attraction with visitors of all ages, Sea Life Brighton was named ‘The Best Place to Visit’ at this year’s Brighton and Hove Business Awards. Highlights include feeding demonstrations throughout the day, an interactive rock pool and the fantastic 360-degree Ocean Tunnel.

Sea Life Brighton also offers visitors the opportunity to experience the marine world from the unique perspective of a glass-bottomed boat – the first aquarium in the UK to do so.

Dive in to Sea Life Brighton this summer and discover more than 3,500 sea creatures and experience the tropical paradise under the sea!

Sea Life Brighton is open from 10am every day apart from Christmas Day. For current closing times and further information, visit www.visitsealife.com/brighton.

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