Deep Sea World

Deep Sea World

About Deep Sea World

NA Forthside Terrace , North Queensferry KY11 1JR
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Deep Sea World welcomes you on a voyage of discovery. As you tour our magical themed zones you will move around the world heading towards a spectacular Underwater Safari. We aim to educate and inspire, but most of all show that learning can be exciting and fun!

Home to the longest underwater tunnel in the UK, Deep Sea World lets you get up close to one of the largest collection of sharks in Europe! This experience will allow you to observe these awesome underwater predators in conditions that are as close as possible to their natural habitat.

At Scotland’s National Aquarium we use natural Scottish seawater from the Firth of Forth. This saves energy and also helps the animals in our displays by providing essential minerals.

Here at Deep Sea World our exhibits change and evolve so do remember what you see today may well be different tomorrow!

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Still Alice
Starring Sharon Small, Still Alice is a tender and touching insight into the world of a 50 year old woman diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s.
Little Baby Bum
Little Baby Bum - Join Mia, Jacus, Twinkle and their Nursery Rhyme Friends at the world premiere of a brand new live show.
The Gods Must Be Crazy
Watch a free screening of the 1980 film 'The Gods Must Be Crazy' at Grassmarket Cinema on 23rd July.
Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival: Rumba da Bodas
The exuberant cabaret-swing of Rumba da Bodas are celebrating their tenth anniversary and return to Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival in July.
Puzzle in the Gardens
Cryptically painted puzzle pieces are set in the trees for viewers to discover in this art installation by Anne Gilchrist.

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