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SEA LIFE Berlin is home to over 5,000 marine animals in 37 pools and tanks. Take a trip to learn more about the amazing creatures living in the Earth’s oceans and rivers, and visit at feeding time to discover what different species eat for lunch!
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5 tips for visiting the SEA LIFE Berlin

Jellyfish in the aquarium | Photo: Unsplash, Nastya Dulhiier - CC BY-SA 2.0
Watch the fish feedingAlthough it is not allowed to feed the fish yourself, to be able to ensure the health of the animals, it is possible to observe the feedings. These take place from 11:30 am, although most start after 1:30 pm. SEA LIFE in Berlin also offers an interactive pool where you can move closer to the sea creatures such as starfish and anemones.
Legoland Discovery Centre Berlin | Photo: Ulmon - CC BY-NC-SA 2.0
Save with a combo ticketAdmission to SEA LIFE Berlin can be combined with up to two other attractions (Madame Tussauds Berlin, Legoland Discovery Center, Berlin Dungeon or Little Big Land) at reduced rates. By getting the Berlin Welcome Card, the ticket turns out cheaper, in addition local transport is included, you also get for 200 attractions tickets at a discount.
Ideal family experienceYou can easily get lost in the aquarium for an hour or two and always discover something new - if you look close enough, you will be able to spot Nemo. Since the aquariums reach down to the ground, this attraction is also ideal for the smallest visitors! The SEA LIFE in Berlin is indoor only, therefore a trip is ideal all year round also during bad weather.
Avoid the crowdSince SEA LIFE Berlin is one of the most popular family attractions in Berlin, there are more visitors on weekends. If you prefer peace and quiet, you should visit the aquarium in the morning or during the week.
Book your ticket in advanceAlthough it is possible to buy tickets on the spot, the entrance is guaranteed only with an online reservation. By booking online you can find the lowest ticket price.
Aquariums that reach to the bottom | Photo: Unsplash, Biljana Martinić - CC-BY-SA 2.0

Facts and Special Features

The SEA LIFE in Berlin amazes visitors with its colorful underwater world on an indoor area of 19375 ft² (1800 m²). Besides fish, octopuses and seahorses, you can also observe rays among the coral reefs. The former 13.8 million dollar (13 million euro) eye-catcher AquaDome burst in 2022 for so far unexplained reasons.

A world to marvel at

Visitors can gaze in wonder at over 5,000 marine creatures in 35 naturalistic tanks at SEA LIFE Berlin. At this unique attraction, visitors not only get closer to the little animals, but also receive the most important information about the sea creatures. Like every SEA LIFE, this one also offers a glass tunnel in which visitors can get a 360° insight into the underwater world.

The former highlight “AquaDome” is destroyed

In 2003, the AquaDom, which was located in the lobby of the Radisson Collection Berlin Hotel, was opened. Even though this huge aquarium was accessible as an independent attraction, it was actually part of the SEA LIFE Berlin entrance. It was the largest free-standing cylindrical aquarium in the world, standing 52 feet (16 meters) tall and 38 feet (11.5 meters) in diameter. In addition, it had one more highlight to offer: A glass elevator allowed visitors to cross the aquarium.

Ruptured - 264000 gallon of water

However, the acrylic glass construction of the AquaDome unfortunately burst on 16.12.2022 for inexplicable reasons so far . In a matter of seconds, 264.000 gallon of salt water spilled into the lobby of the hotel right onto the street. As yet, no plans are known to rebuild this aquarium.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the SEA LIFE Berlin barrier-free accessible?

The showrooms of the aquarium are barrier-free. Read more.

What is the minimum age for the aquarium?

Admission is granted to guests of all ages, however, children under the age of 15 are only allowed to visit SEA LIFE in Berlin when accompanied by an adult. Read more.

Is it allowed to carry bags and backpacks during the tour?

Small pieces of luggage may be taken into SEA LIFE Berlin. Please note that there is no possibility to park strollers, but they may be taken inside. Read more.

What do I have to consider when booking a ticket?

When booking online, the SEA LIFE ticket can be rebooked up to five times free of charge. Please note that a time slot must be selected during the ordering process, as the tickets are staggered by time. The indicated time refers to the pick-up time of the ticket, if they are not picked up, they do not expire. Read more.

Can dogs be taken into SEA LIFE Berlin?

No, animals are not allowed inside the building. An exception is made for certified service dogs only. Read more.

Is it allowed to take photos and videos of the aquarium?

For personal purposes, videos and photos may be taken without flash. Read more.

General information

Opening Hours

SEA LIFE Berlin is open daily, including Sundays and holidays from 10 am to 7 pm. Please note that the last admission is at 17:30. Due to the AquaDome incident, SEA LIFE in Berlin will be closed until 26.12.2022.


Tickets to SEA LIFE Berlin can be purchased on site at a price of 19 € per person. Children under the age of 3 can visit the aquarium free of charge, a free time slot must be booked when booking online. Please note that admission to SEA LIFE Berlin is only guaranteed when booked online.


Spandauer Str. 3
10178 Berlin


By showing the disabled person's ID, the accompanying person gets free admission, the ID holder has to buy a full-price ticket. Children between 3 and 14 years get a reduced ticket for 15 € on site.

COVID-19 measures

Covid related testings are no longer required to visit SEA LIFE in Berlin, nor is it mandatory to wear a mask. However, it is recommended to wear a mouth-nose protection in all indoor public spaces or places accessible to the public

How to get there

SEA LIFE Berlin can be reached by S-Bahn to Alexanderplatz or Hackescher Markt (S5, S7, S9, or S75), via U-Bahn to Alexanderplatz (U2, U5, or U8), via tram (M1, M2, M4, M5, or M6), or via bus (lines 100, M48, 200, 248, or TXL).
Miriam Dewam
Written byMiriam DewamMiriam is keen on traveling and has a passion for photography, which she can enhance through her cross-media studies. She uses her knowledge as well as first hand experience from diverse travels to help other travellers as a content creator at TicketLens.
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