If your enquiry is of a general nature, the team here at Heritage Island will respond to you directly. If it is more appropriate for the attraction(s) to respond to you directly, we will request them to do so.
- An interactive Rockpool where you can hold a crab and touch a starfish
- Regular talks and feeding demonstrations throughout the day
- Children's soft play area
- A range of exciting exhibits
- You can join the campaign and help to save the whales!
Open Year Round
April - October
Daily 10:00 - 18:00
November - March
Monday - Friday 11:00 - 17:00
Saturday & Sunday 10:00 - 18:00
Closed: December 25 and 26
Last admission: 1 hour before closing
Approx. visit duration: 1 hour minimum
Student: (15+): €10.50
Child: (3-14): €10.50
Child: (under 3): Free
Other Useful Information
All talks and interpretation are in English. Limited opportunities for pre-booked groups to get a tour in Irish, French or Italian (additional charges apply)
DINING / REFRESHMENTS
No on-site dining but there is a wide choice of cafés and restaurants adjacent to SEA LIFE.
Paid car and coach parking available in front of the Centre and along the seafront.
Ramp access is available into the Centre, and around the exhibits. However, 2 sets of stairs to exit the aquarium requires wheelchair users to double back and use the entrance as an exit. Consequently they advise that visiting during busy periods is not recommended. For further information please contact the Duty Manager on 01 286 6939. The Centre has toilet facilities for wheelchair usersheelchair.
Primary School programme: Pupils can gain an insight into the Freshwater and Marine World by taking the Sea Life Tour - an enjoyable, educational and interactive visit.
For DPS Schools: The Centre’s DPSP incorporates a range of learning activities to stimulate science learning in the 8 to 12 year age group.
Enter Bray, follow signs for the seafront/SEA LIFE.
Just a 3 minute walk from Bray DART Station and a relaxing and scenic 30 minute train ride from Dublin City Centre.
Take No 45, 84 or 145 from Dublin city centre to Bray Main Street and walk to the seafront.