Lego Comes To National Sea Life Centre Birmingham
Last month I received the exciting news that we were chosen to become National Sea Life Centre ambassadors, we were thrilled to be chosen as Sea Life Birmingham is local to us and we can now share you exciting news and updates from 2 Sea Life Centre sites! Earlier this month we headed out early morning to Birmingham to visit Sea Life Centre, meet fellow ambassadors, collect our annual passes and were given a guided tour of the Centre. We certainly learnt alot during our visit and also a few bits of exciting news which I look forward to sharing with you in due course.
For the next 3 months, National Sea Life Centre are hosting a great event, Deep Sea Explorers. With Lego City your little explorers get to go on their own special mission whilst taking in the sights of all the creatures to see. At reception your children will be handed a booklet with fun facts and a list of items to find whilst walking around Sea Life Centre.
You will have opportunities to look for certain artefacts on your travels, whilst also being able to pose in the Lego City Deep Sea Explorers cut out and also get to build your own Lego Deep Sea Creatures at the end of your visit.
Every Sea Life visitor will receive their own activity pack at the end of your adventure, this pack includes, an official Lego Deep Sea Explorer certificate, sticker sheet, fun scuba mask and more.
The Lego City Deep Sea Experience is currently happening and will finish on the 31st August, I really do recommend you pay a visit before the event ends. To find out more or to pre-book tickets before your visit head over to the Buy Tickets page of the Sea Life Centre webpage. Reduced prices are available for tickets books in advance.
Another new attraction to Sea Life Centre which arrived early in May is the new 4D film, 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea. Based on the classic take from Jules Verne, the film takes you on your own underwater journey aboard the submarine Nautilus. A brilliant short film, with great special effects including wind blasts, water splashed and bubbles. At times the film can get a little creepy, causing both Lewis and Leah to be a bit scared, I think this was mainly caused by the sudden sounds and also the wind blasts on their legs. ClearlyDaddy and I thought it was great though!
Lastly I would like to tell you about a special event which National Sea Life Centre is getting involved in “Birmingham’s The Big Hoot“. At the beginning of your Sea Life visit you will notice a big egg, Sea Life Centre are getting involved in a massive Art Event sponsoring an Owl and taking over the streets of Birmingham this summer. The egg represents Sea Life Centres Owl which will hatch on the 20th July and be displayed somewhere around Birmingham for all to see for 10 weeks.