SEA LIFE Weymouth has a brand new interactive mission to record discoveries about its amazing sea creatures, with a range of activities and an underwater fact finder sheet to explore to become a fully fledged LEGO Sea Explorer. Inside the base of the LEGO deep-sea divers Head Quarters you will be challenged to find all the key facts which are scattered around various dive stations for you to explore and as a prize for finding all the facts there is a very exiting collectible reward waiting for you at the end.
We collected our fact finder sheet from the entrance before we headed to the LEGO zone where we were challenged with creative activities to see if they can colour in a range of exciting underwater scenes and create our favourite sea creatures, including rays, sharks and octopuses, using LEGO bricks.
There are four fun and interactive pods that will educate and engage your imagination as you navigate from tank to tank, learning about the ocean’s most exciting creatures including sharks, octopuses, starfish, crabs and seahorses.
Once the trainee deep-sea divers find all the key facts and hand in their completed fact sheet, the kids were awarded a limited-edition LEGO Dive Team pop-badge to prove their knowledge and make them an official member of the team.
The kids enjoyed their outing to SEA LIFE Weymouth and taking part in the LEGO Sea Explorers mission but I loved the concept of previous missions sheets where the children actually had to get around the whole of the SEA LIFE centre to hunt for the answers which have been scattered around in various tanks just like in last years LEGO Sea Explorer Adventure. The fact sheet this time had all the answers written upside down on the bottom of the sheet which my clever 8 year old boy clogged immediately and I had to tell him to keep it quite so his younger sister and I could go hunt for the right answers ourselves. Non there less I think the brand new dive stations and additional LEGO related activities are brilliant there was even a little are with chairs where kids could watch a short LEGO deep-sea diver adventure if they wanted to.
After we completed the mission the children wanted to visit their favourite part (next to the Splash Zone which will be opening very soon and is always great fun you can read more about it in my link below) the Caribbean Cove Adventure Play area where we enjoyed a ice-cream before heading to say a quick hello to the cute fairy penguins! Sadly we didn’t have time for more but we cant wait to return in the May Half Term to check out the newly opened and refurbished turtle sanctuary! SEA LIFE Weymouth is always a great day out for the whole family and it has so much to see and plenty to offer like fun talks and feeding time.
You can visit SEA LIFE Weymouth to take part in the LEGO Sea Explorers mission until the 2nd of June, for this fun and educational experience which is perfect for the whole family to enjoy!
If you want to read more about SEA LIFE Weymouth check out my other posts:
Pay once and visit all year with their new Season Pass offer – you can visit sealifeweymouth.com for details, or, if you want to visit for the day – Morrison’s in Weymouth currently has 50% off vouchers at the checkout!!
Disclaimer: We are SEA LIFE Weymouth Ambassadors and received a membership in return for regular reviews, but all thoughts and opinion are my own.