What’s there to see inside SEA LIFE Munich?SEA LIFE Munich is home to more than 3,000 animals in 36 tanks. It has a special emphasis on local creatures, so you’ll learn a lot about the fish which live in the river Isar and the Danube, plus they have a 10 meter (32 foot) long tunnel featuring oceanwater creatures. You’ll meet sea horses and octopuses, and up to 20 different species of shark. There’s also a chance to get up close and personal with anemones, starfish, and crabs in the touch pools.
Can we feed the fish?Guests are asked not to feed the animals they encounter! Their diet is carefully monitored by the staff to make sure all the species in the aquarium are kept happy and healthy. There are daily feedings which visitors can watch, during which time the aquarium staff will explain the animals’ dietary habits and needs. Feedings vary daily, so you should check with the ticket desk or a member of staff on arrival to see what’s available to watch on the day of your visit.
What age group is the attraction designed for?SEA LIFE Munich is designed for families with children aged between 4 and 10, but it can be enjoyed by guests of all ages! If you’re local to Munich then you can also choose SEA LIFE Munich as a venue for your child’s birthday party - packages include entrance for guests, a special guided treasure hunt, an hour in a specially decorated party room, and a free annual ticket for the birthday child, and cost €10.95 per child.
How long should I plan for my visit?SEA LIFE Munich isn’t a huge aquarium, and adults can probably see everything in about an hour or 90 minutes. If you’re visiting with small children then you might want to move a little slower to give them time to spot all the different creatures, and you’ll probably spend closer to 2 hours inside the attraction.