Giveaway: Win A SEA LIFE Blackpool Family Ticket

With lots of fun activities on offer in the North West, why not spend some time in the amazing SEA LIFE Centre in Blackpool…

Conveniently located on the main promenade stretch, the SEA LIFE Blackpool is the perfect respite from the unpredictable February half term weather. SEA LIFE Blackpool is open daily between 10am-5pm.

SEA LIFE Blackpool

Launching on Saturday 13th February 2016, SEA LIFE Blackpool will be launching Jurassic Seas, a new family experience that takes visitors on a trip back in time, to an underwater graveyard of the great pre-historic beasts of the ocean.

Visitors will walk through the skeletal remains of the once great beasts of the sea and meet the weird and wonderful creatures that have outlived the dinosaurs.

SEA LIFE Blackpool

Enter the sea graveyard to learn about evolution and explore an exhibit filled with mysterious Mudskippers, Horseshoe Crabs and other unusual creatures that lived in pre-historic times.

Those who are brave enough can meet the mighty Plesiosaurus, one of the deadliest creatures that swam the pre-historic seas – in an exciting new virtual game where you’ll take full control. This new, fun and educational experience is perfect for keeping the whole family entertained over February Half Term.

Sim’s Life is giving one reader the chance to win a family ticket to visit SEA LIFE Blackpool and experience Jurassic Seas and all the other wonderful sea creatures at the centre.

To enter the giveaway for a SEA LIFE Blackpool Family Ticket, which entitles 4 people to visit the centre, simply use the Gleam form below and make sure to leave a blog comment!

Good Luck!

SEA LIFE Blackpool Family Ticket

Giveaway ends at midnight 28th February 2016.
One winning entry will be drawn at random by Gleam.
The winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway ending.
The winner will receive 1 x Family Ticket to SEA LIFE Blackpool.
Open to UK residents only.
The prize is non-refundable and no cash alternative will be offered.

147 comments

  1. Jackie Dawson says:

    I’d be a Starfish because they’re so beautiful and i’d never have to worry about getting injured as they can regenerate, so if i lose a leg i just grow one back lol…..perfect!!

  2. Darren Millburn says:

    I’d want to be a barreleye, easily the most amazing looking creating under the sea. There’s just something intrinsically cool about having tubular eyes set in a transparent head and it looks like nothing else on this planet.

  3. Nicola McC says:

    I’d like to be a dolphin as I’m quite sociable and friendly and would like to bob about the ocean with my friends being all loveable!

  4. Rachel Craig says:

    Dolphin, they are lovely creatures. Seem so friendly the way they communicate with each other. Also it seems people enjoy swimming with dolphins, and believe it is beneficial for Wellbeing.

  5. Ruby Warwick says:

    I would be a narwhal, they are impressive creatures and the original ‘unicorn’ (Many believed (including royalty) that their horns that were found were infact from unicorns)

  6. Natalie Gillham says:

    I would be a dolphin so I could do jumps in the water and have friendly and intelligent play with my other dolphin friends x

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