School and Group Visits
Anglesey Sea Zoo is the ideal place for an educational visit, we are all very happy to discuss
the specific needs of your group and match our programs to meet those needs, if you don’t find exactly what you’re looking for within these pages or the downloadable documents, please get in touch!
The marine biological staff at the Anglesey Sea Zoo are also experienced educators, and are able to offer a rewarding, informative and above all, enjoyable experience for all ages and levels from nursery to university. We can provide everything you might need whilst here including simple worksheets to full guided tours, as well as beach safaris and interactive talks and lectures from some of our many marine biologists.
Below are links to documents which describe just some of what we are able to offer ...
General Information for Educators
These documents describe what we can offer any visiting group with no prior consultation other
than making a booking! Should you feel that there is something more specific that you would like
please do get in touch.
Guided Tour Summary
A guided tour by one of our marine biologists means that your group gets the most from your visit
by allowing interaction with an expert. During a tour there is time for detailed explanation and
questions, giving an insight into both the ecosystem level roles of the creatures in the aquarium,
plus some specific information on the animals themselves, oh, and also one or two quirky facts,
do you know why an Octopus has blue blood? Come over and find out!
Other On Site Facilities
There is much more to the Anglesey Sea Zoo than the aquarium itself. Inside we have Anglesey's
best toy shop, and an award winning bistro specializing in fresh and hand made local produce.
Outside there is an adventure playground, free access to a huge bouncy castle, crazy golf, even
secure facilities to keep dogs cool and watered on hot summer days.
Codes Of Behaviour
The Anglesey Sea Zoo's Welcome Host Trained Staff place great emphasis on customer care. In
return all that we ask is for groups to arrive punctually (or to try to let us know if you can't), with
well behaved children who will respect their surroundings and the living creatures they'll encounter.