Want to see sea life? There’s no better place. With over 500 species, 14 themed zones and more than 2 million litres of water, SEA LIFE London Aquarium is home to one of Europe’s largest collections of global marine life.
Currently there are no events for the The London Aquarium .
Arriving by Bus There are a large number of bus services which stop in the vicinity of Waterloo or Westminster Bridge Road (both accessible to the Aquarium.) For Westminster Bridge Road, take the 12, 53, 59, 76, 148, 159, 211 or 341. For Belvedere Road (just behind the Aquarium, parallel to the South Bank), take the 77 or RV1. For York Road (next to Waterloo and behind the Aquarium) take the 211, 77 or 381. Many other buses stop in Waterloo Road, which is a few minutes walk from the Aquarium. These include 1,4, 26, X68, 76, 168, 171, 172, 176, 188, 243, 507 and 638.
All the London sightseeing buses also pick up and drop off at these points.
Arriving by Tube The nearest tube stations are Westminster and Waterloo. Westminster tube is on the Circle, Jubilee and District lines. From Westminster, exit onto Westminster Bridge (Exit 1) and then cross over the Bridge. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is visible from the bridge. Waterloo tube is on the Northern, Bakerloo, Waterloo & City lines. From Waterloo follow the exit signs for the South Bank (Exit 6) and walk towards the EDF Energy London Eye. SEA LIFE London Aquarium is in County Hall, next to the Eye.
Arriving by Rail The nearest train station is Waterloo. From Waterloo follow the exit signs for the South Bank and walk towards the London Eye. London Aquarium is in County Hall, next to the EDF Energy Eye.
Charing Cross train station is also near to SEA LIFE London Aquarium. From Charing Cross take the exit next to platform 1 for Hungerford Bridge; go over the bridge and follow signs for Jubilee Gardens. Follow the river front past the EDF Energy London Eye and the Aquarium is on your left.
The nearest car parking is a short walk away, along the South Bank at the Royal Festival Hall or at the underground parking facility at Waterloo Station. Please be aware of the central London Congestion Charge, which typically runs from Monday-Friday.
Disabled access: At the Aquarium, we have full disabled access with lifts to all levels. There are also disabled toilets available on every floor.
We also have wheelchairs that can be borrowed during visits. Please note that this service is provided on a 'first come first served' basis, is subject to availability and requires a deposit of £200.00 using a credit card. It can not be pre-booked. These wheelchairs are for use solely at the SEA LIFE London Aquarium for the duration of your visit and can not be taken off site. Reduced rates are also available.