There's still time to enter our Seapig seaglass jewellery giveaway for a chance to win a Seapig nested teardrop pendant and chain! To be entered into the prize draw, just buy any other item of Seapig jewellery from our fabulous collection in stock by June 3rd! Terms & Conditions apply.
Terms and Conditions
- 1 prize of Seapig nested teardrop pendant and chain
- Closing date of entries is Sunday 3rd of June 2018
- Open to anyone who buys an item of Seapig jewellery in our gift shop
- The winner will be chosen at random
- The winner will be contacted by phone within 7 days from end of closing date
- The prize will be sent by first class post within 7 days of confirming the winners address
- The promoter is Anglesey Sea Zoo
Mr Sharky wants to make your acquaintance! Make your very own at our Ocean Arts & Crafts sessions this May Half Term (May 26th - June 3rd)! More details here!
See what's on at the Sea Zoo throughout the season including special themed weeks and events! Don't forget to also check our Facebook and website Diary section for further details on particular events closer to the date!
A tiny baby hermit crab inspects a potential shell to move into... With only a few mm long translucent body they're hard to see with a naked eye (and photograph!) so they're developing in a tank behind the scenes until they're bigger!
Join us for fun marine-themed activities this upcoming May Half Term from May 26th to June 3rd! Paint multicoloured marine animals with watercolours and a paper straw, make your own handprint fishbowl (messy and fun!) or fold your own origami Mr Sharky!
Activities are free and last for a maximum of 30 minutes, if you'd like to join in please try to be there within 15 minutes of starting. We look forward to seeing you!
We're doing 2 very special offers this May Bank Holiday Weekend!
Offer #1: One free child per one paying adult! Tickets valid 6 days after date of purchase.
Offer #2: 50% off NEW season tickets!
Both offers valid from 10am Sat May 5th to 4.45pm Mon May 7th.
Our director Frankie's article on spring in our seas in North Wales Magazine - an interesting read on what springtime bring for our native marine wildlife!
This is a hermit crab larva under a microscope, in the final larval stage when it actually starts to resemble a crab! It's body is only a few mm long... We're thrilled that our larvae have successfully developed this far - now we just have to find them some really tiny shells to wear!