Birmingham, UK Educational activities

Our most recommended Birmingham, UK Educational activities

Birmingham: National Sea Life Centre Entrance Ticket

1. Birmingham: National Sea Life Centre Entrance Ticket

Prepare for an underwater realm full to the brim with glittering scales, humongous tentacles, and razor-sharp teeth. Marvel at the cheeky antics of the Gentoo penguins before meeting a crab or starfish at the Interactive Rockpool. Discover the majestic jellyfish, be brave and take a peek at the piranhas and feel part of the story in the 4D Cinema. Venture into an underwater realm like no other and get face-to-fin with some of the strangest creatures you’ll ever meet in the UK’s only 360° Ocean Tunnel, home to sharks, rays and a giant green sea turtle!

Birmingham: Jewellery Quarter Guided Walking Tour

2. Birmingham: Jewellery Quarter Guided Walking Tour

Explore the Jewellery Quarter of central Birmingham on a guided walking tour. Admire the facades of the many workshops that retain their 19th-century appearance as you learn about the fascinating history of the area. Hear about the changing fortunes of the area, and how it has developed and thrived throughout the centuries. Keep an eye out for cast iron letter boxes and street signs and other examples of Birmingham’s metalworking heritage. Discover the importance of the area, both past, and present. See The Coffin Works and the world's largest Assay Office during the tour.

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A very enjoyable experience. Not the easiest venue for pushing a wheelchair around but manageable if you are reasonably fit. Fascinating to see such a wide variety of sea life. Great to see sharks and stingrays up close. Enjoyed watching the penguins swimming around. Definitely somewhere that the younger generation would enjoy visiting. A very worthwhile couple of hours spent exploring the undersea world.

It was a simple process and had good quality “habitats” to view. There were just a lot of families with kids running around so was busy in some areas at times

It's ok for 1 or 2h for kids but to expensive, to tight to walk around in many cases. Way smaller than expected ,no big sharks. Over priced

Great place to take the grandchildren and have fun yourself