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Lyme Regis Marine Aquarium

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Every year we visit this little aquarium while on hols in Lyme Regis. My daughter loves feeding the... read more

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SussexSea
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west sussex
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We really enjoy coming here - feeding the fish & talking to the staff who know their stuff re... read more

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yogamum2
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Wokingham, United Kingdom
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“star fish”(143 reviews)
“mullet”(450 reviews)
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Presents local fish and marine life of the Jurassic Coast in an historic building on the Cobb. During a visit you can interact with the sea creatures. Enjoy the truly unique experience of hand feeding the mullet, holding a starfish and getting up...more
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The Cobb, Lyme Regis DT7 3JJ, England
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+44 1297 444230
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Reviewed today via mobile

Every year we visit this little aquarium while on hols in Lyme Regis. My daughter loves feeding the mullet, but I think £3 for a tiny pot of fish food is excessive. You can hold a star fish too if you fancy. There are an...More

Thank SussexSea
Reviewed today via mobile

We really enjoy coming here - feeding the fish & talking to the staff who know their stuff re marine wildlife :-) 2nd year visiting. Recemmond for young children as well :-)

Thank yogamum2
Reviewed today via mobile

Bought our tickets online and saved 10%. Brilliant little aquarium. The young man was very helpful and attentive and showed us how to feed the fish and let our boy hold a starfish. It's small but worth the money. The videos at the end were...More

Thank vicksterblue
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

This was a lovely hour spent on a cool blustery day. Lots of information about the local sea life. Very helpful and knowledgeable staff who were on hand and very lovely. The fish feading was brilliant and my 6 year old thoroughly enjoyed it along...More

Thank andrea S
Reviewed 3 days ago

Great place, kids got to feed the mullet fish and hold a starfish. Really friendly staff with lots of knowledge too. Thank you.

Thank L H
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Small aquarium on Lyme Regis Cobb. We took fanilies and the children loved the fish feeding and have talked about it ever since. Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Well worth a visit.

Thank Cate F
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This very little marine aquarium is located on the Cobb in Lyme Regis. They have 3 large open tanks of mullet, wrasse lobsters and crabs. For the entry price of £6 per adult and £4.50 per child I was a bit miffed when the guy...More

Thank Ali B
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We visited the Marine Aquarium because it promises to show you the creatures found around the British coastline, me along the south coast. It met this brief well. Don't expect huge tanks of tropical fish - the focus here is much closer to home. The...More

Thank Jo B
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Extremely disappointing. We paid £30.50 for two adults and 3 young children. It was about the size of a small garage with approximately 17 small tanks some of which contained a single fish. Don't be fooled by the overall size of the building as we...More

Thank Carl C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Had an amazing time at the aquarium. My two year old loved how interactive it was. We got to feed the mullet fish which was great fun. We also got to hold a star fish and had our picture taken with a large crab. The...More

Thank Karen H
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