National Sea Life Centre
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Lonely Planet review
The Sir Norman Foster–designed National Sea Life Centre is the largest inland aquarium in England, its tanks teeming with exotic marine life including razor-jawed hammerhead sharks, turtles and otters. Buy tickets online ahead of time for fast-track entry (school holidays see long queues).