Merlin Entertainments is excited to confirm its Manchester attractions Sea Life and Legoland Discovery Centre will reopen on Monday May 17th, after the Government confirmed the next stage of its roadmap out of lockdown.

At Sea LifeManchester, guests can once again come face to fin with more than 2,000 creatures, including majestic sharks, enchanting jellyfish and Ernie and Cammy – our magnificent giant green sea turtles.

Guests can also soak up the amazing view from the seabed in the Ocean Tunnel.

Visitors to Legoland Discovery Centre can enjoy safe LEGO play and experience creative LEGO fun aimed at 3-12 year olds, with a 4D Cinema, two interactive LEGO rides, MINILAND, imaginative build ideas and more.

A range of comprehensive safety precautions are in place at all Merlin attractions, including pre-booking, temperature checks, social distancing and group sizes and the wearing of masks by guests and team members.

Merlin is also backing the Government’s review of social distancing measures and as part of this is calling for the 1m+ rule to be scrapped post-June 21 under stage 4 of the proposed roadmap out of lockdown and as the vaccination roll-out ramps up.

General Manager Jenn McDonough said, “We can’t wait to finally reopen on Monday May 17 and get back to doing what we do best – creating magical experiences for our guests. All our attractions are COVID-secure and we have a raft of safety precautions in place including pre-booking, temperature checks and capacity reductions.”

Pre-book tickets for Sea Life Manchester from £17.50 per adult and for Legoland Discovery Centre from just £16.75 per adult or save up to 37% when you book both together!


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