One of the most interesting tourist attraction spot is the London Aquarium where you can experience lots of adventures. These adventures and experience will add up in your memories and you will never forget this experience. It’s a place that enhances your excitement. The London Aquarium takes you close to the Sea Life. You can have experiences of almost all sea creatures starting from green sea turtles to tropical sharks. People who are interested and get excited experiencing the sea Life creatures London aquarium is the right place.
Situated in the heart of London, the experience takes visitors on an immersive and interactive journey along the Great Oceanic Life. London Aquarium is located on the ground floor of County Hall on the South Bank of the River Thames in central London, near the London Eye. When tourists visit the city of London they can also visit London experience to increase their excitement. It first opened in 1997. Millions of visitors come every year and view all the sea creatures. The attraction has recently undergone a £5million renovation.
The underwater tunnel of London aquarium makes it more attractive and increases the excitement of visitors so that they can have a close view of the species. The London Aquarium has a collection of water tanks showing around 400 species of fish. The aquarium includes three floors and 14 different zones (freshwater stream, Atlantic upper, rivers and ponds, Pacific upper, Indian Ocean, Atlantic lower, Ray pool, temperate waters, Pacific lower, coral reef, invertebrates, tropical freshwater, mangrove and rainforest). The Pacific and Atlantic zones both contain large tanks with numerous species; the Pacific tank contains Green Sea turtles and various species of sharks such as Sand Tigers, Brown Sharks and Nurse Sharks. Imagine a shark is on the other side of the window and shark is looking at you. In between you and shark there is only a glass window. In that situation how would you feel? What will come in your mind? Will you be frightened?
The attraction officially became a Sea Life Center in April 2009.