SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand Ticket
- See more than 2500 animals in more than 38 true to life basins and aquaria
- Take part in daily feedings at the aquarium and listen to entertaining presentations
- Visit the playful small-clawed otters Bonnie and Clyde
- Get to know the curious sea turtle Speedy
- Feel real starfish, anemones and crabs first-hand at the touching basin
- Learn more about crustaceans in 2018's theme world Kingdom of Crabs
Asian small-clawed otters, green sea turtles, majidae, catsharks, blacktip reef sharks, bamboo sharks, dwarf-nursesharks, octopuses, moraines, moray eels, lumpfish, lion fish, sailfin tang, clownfish, lobsters, crayfish, seahorses, starfish, pipefish, rays, razorfish and many more.
Explore the rainforest
Stroll on soft forest ground and experience close encounters with the boas. See the piranha basin and watch the huge water monitor Salvatore take a bath. With a bit of luck, the two lively small-clawed otters Bonnie and Clyde will show their juggling skills with small pebbles for you.
- Admission ticket for SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand
- Meals and beverages
Prepare for the activity
Kurpromenade 5 23669 Timmendorfer Strand Directions: By car: A1 Hamburg-Lübeck-Puttgarden until exit 18 (Timmendorfer Strand). Follow the signs for SEA LIFE P2 (Famila-parking space). SEA LIFE is located approx. 300 m away next to the Curschmann-Clinic and the Seebrücke (pier). For satnav please use the address Höppnerweg. By public transport: Hourly connection from Lübeck main station (in the direction of Puttgarden/Neustadt i.H.) approx. 15 minutes. The aquarium provides a wheelchair accessible tour. Children of up to 14 years can access the exhibition only accompanied by an adult.Open in Google Maps ⟶
Last admission is 1 hour before the closing time.
On Christmas Eve, SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand is closed.
On New Year's Eve, SEA LIFE Timmendorfer Strand is open from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Many of the animals shown at SEA LIFE are on the red list of threatened species. They were saved and can not be returned to their natural habitat or were born and grew up as part of SEA LIFE's conservation projects.