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Old 03-08-2009, 3:24 PM
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Default Blue Planet Aquarium or Sea Life Centre

Hello I am planning to go to either Blue Planet Aquarium or Sea Life Centre in Ellesmere Port or Sea Life Centre, Blackpool this weekend.

Does anyone have any vouchers for either, preferably the Blue Planet Aquarium as I've heard its better. Would also welcome any feedback on either.


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Hello SelenaLouise

I'll move your thread to the 'UK Holidays, Days Out & Entertainments' board.

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I would definitely go to Blue Planet, it's much better than Blackpool Sea Life imho. It's just better laid out and there's more info, Sea Life was a bit dingy I thought! Don't know about vouchers tho
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Old 03-08-2009, 3:37 PM
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Oh thanks
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lol thanks for the warning, Sea Life looks a bit more for younger kids, Im taking a 15 & 18 yr old so i dont want them to be bored
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If you do go to sealife there are plenty of vouchers about, just nip into morrisons on your way into blackpool and you should be able to pick up 2 for 1. i've heard blue planet is much more expensive..
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Old 03-08-2009, 10:23 PM
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if you do go to Sea life on a 2 for 1
and they look bored,then your at the seaside
in a busy holiday resort there are bound to
be other things that they will be interested in.

You wont get any reductions to the Blue Planet
as at this time of year its packed If you decide to
go I would ring and ask about queues because
they do seem to build up outside.
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