Birmingham Sea Life Center and Legoland announce reopening dates after lockdown


The National SEA LIFE Center Birmingham and the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Birmingham will reopen their doors to guests with a series of security measures in place.

At the National SEA LIFE Center Birmingham, guests will once again be able to meet Ozzy and Ola, the UK’s first and only sea otters, as well as come face to face with our other amazing creatures, including a colony of cheeky gentoo penguins, a interactive rockpool, jellyfish, piranhas, a 4D cinema and the UK’s only 360 ° ocean tunnel, home to sharks, rays and a giant green sea turtle.

At the LEGOLAND Discovery Center Birmingham, customers can enjoy safe LEGO play and experience creative LEGO entertainment for ages 3-12, with a 4D cinema, two interactive LEGO rides, MINILAND, imaginative building ideas and more.

A range of comprehensive safety precautions are in place at all Merlin attractions, including pre-booking, temperature checks, social distancing and group sizes, and the wearing of masks by guests and members of the team.

Merlin also supports the government’s consideration of social distancing measures and, as part of that, calls for the 1m + rule to be removed after June 21 as part of Stage 4 of the proposed roadmap to exit the market. lockdown and as immunization rollout accelerates.

General Manager Amy Langham said, “We can’t wait to finally reopen on Monday, May 17th and start doing what we do best – creating magical experiences for our guests.

“All of our attractions are secured against COVID and we have implemented a series of security precautions, including pre-booking, temperature checks and capacity reductions. “


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