I'm actually visiting next Saturday, but I'll only go in the SeaLife centre as I have my pass. To be fair, it isn't a bad SeaLife, but it's probably one of the oldest and now smallest! I can remember a time when they had fish in the window and water used to splash up the glass.
When the Pleasure Beach is open too, then you can make more of the day, especially when you visit Joyland and Pleasure Beach.
Yarmouth is undergoing major investment with the Entertainment complex at Pleasure Beach, and hopefully in the future we will see other Merlin attractions added.
You will have to let me know what you think of the Sealife in it's current state. If you look carefully, some of the aquariums have ended up like the bagging drop off at Alton, they have been boarded up
, the black box exhibit at the end has been turned into a kids activity area. Lot of the interesting fish have gone and been replaced with boring fish. Conga eels have gone.
Talking about the Pleasure Beach complex, well the go-carts have been moved along a few feet to make the Pleasure Beach smaller to accommodate the Premier Inn and Beefeater that they are building. IMG_0798
by Roy Lee
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