Sea Life Istanbul
is a great aquarium and entertainment area in Istanbul located in the Forum Shopping Center
in Bayrampasa Bayrampasa district of Istanbul. It is the 5th largest aquarium in the world
as well as one of the best theme parks in Istanbul
. With am impressive 47 display tanks and more than 15,000 sea creatures, a fun day out at the Sea Life Istanbul is also one of the best things to to in Istanbul
especially for families with kids.
Sea Life Istanbul offers great attractions to its visitors. Visitors may experience and enjoy the lovely sea creatures
, the largest collection of sharks in Europe
, the Digital Aquarium
, the Turtle Hospital
where you may see the injured turtles are getting healed, thematic zones, school trips, birthday parties
and much more...
At Sea Life Istanbul, you may walk through an outstanding 83 meters long ocean tunnel and get 270 degrees panoramic views of the sea bed while sea animals swim over your head, explore 21 thematic zones that include Clownfish Alley, Stingray Bay and the Rainforest, see the largest shark collection of Europe at Shark Kingdom, touch a starfish or crab in the Touchpool Experience, watch the fish feeding shows and much more...
Also don't miss the Europe's newest interactive experience that is called "Amazing Creations"
and where children can draw their dream fish, colour it and scan it on a multimedia scanner and than watch it come alive in the digital aquarium.
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Sea Life Istanbul Visitor Information
Sea Life Istanbul Opening hours:
Weekdays between 10:00am - 7:00pm and Weekends between 10:00am - 8:00pm, last ticketing is one hour before the closing time
Forum Istanbul Shopping Center, Kocatepe dist. Pasa Str. No:5/5, Bayrampasa, Istanbul
444 3 253 ; Web:
How to Get to Sea Life Istanbul?
Sea Life Istanbul is located at the Forum Istanbul Shopping Center in Bayrampasa district of Istanbul. Getting to Sea Life Istanbul is very easy that you may get there by public transportation from both European and Asian side of Istanbul or by your car.