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Visiting Father Christmas at SEA LIFE Weymouth | Review

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We really enjoyed visiting Father Christmas at Weymouth SEA LIFE Centre last Christmas. He is such a lovely authentic Father Christmas, there is something special about a real white beard. We arrived at the wetlands where the hide is decorated with hay bales, blankets and stockings. This area was really under used maybe it's because it was 3:45pm and nobody was waiting but this area could have been used for storytelling or arts and crafts. Although there was mention of a Christmas Craft Zone, where they can colour their own Christmas tree decorations or write their letter to Father Christmas we didn't actually find one.making a wish sea life

Weymouth’s jolly Elf, Buddy guided us through Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park’s festive forest to the Christmas Cabin. We played hide and seek in the forest and made special wishes and were lavished with snow!olive weymouth SEA LIFE

Father Christmas spent a great deal of time chatting to each child. Olive asked for a giant nutcracker and Charlie enjoyed chatting about AFC Bournemouth, who knew Father Christmas was a cherries fan! Each child was given a special SEA LIFE gift, we haven't opened ours yet as they are now under the tree, however they were quite small.

Advanced booking is highly advised, to book tickets online at SEA LIFE WeymouthFor annaul pass holders the price is £7.50 and £8.50 for everyone else. You need to have a vaild entry ticket to the SEA LIFE as well. I felt like the price was a little steep this year considering that many of the attractions are closed (the fantastic turtle experience from the summer) and the weather was quite bitter. Although that didn't stop my three running around Caribbean Cove whilst Daddy Moo and I enjoyed a (gingerbread) Latte.

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