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Sea Life Berlin

Sea Life Berlin
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last update on Apr 8, 2024
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From native to exotic fish species, there is an impressive variety to discover.
© Sea Life From native to exotic fish species, there is an impressive variety to discover.

Sea Life Berlin offers fascinating insights into the world of the seas and takes you on a journey from the River Spree through the depths of the Atlantic to tropical waters. The aquarium is located right in the heart of Berlin, just a few steps away from Alexanderplatz.

With around 5.000 fascinating marine creatures, the aquarium provides an impressive variety of species and habitats. There are a total of 37 thoughtfully designed freshwater and saltwater tanks to explore, making it a true paradise for sea lovers of all ages.


As soon as you enter, you immerse yourself in an impressive underwater world. Theextensive marine tanksare lovingly designed, providing the animals with a natural environment. Glass tunnels lead through the habitats of the marine inhabitants, where you encounter majestic sharks, rays, and many other sea creatures. Moreover, Sea Life Berlin offers a unique experience – in the interactive touch pool, you can have your feet cleaned by eager cleaner shrimps. This soothing treatment removes dead skin cells and leaves a refreshing feeling on your skin.

If you want to learn more about the behavior and feeding habits of marine creatures, the daily feeding sessions will be interesting for you. During your journey through the underwater worlds, visitor attendants are available to answer your questions and share interesting facts about the marine inhabitants. At the end of your visit, an exciting mirror maze awaits you.

Ocean Conservation

The aquarium places particular emphasis on educational work. The informative exhibition allows you to learn a lot about the diverse marine life and the challenges they face. Additionally, workshops are regularly offered to promote awareness of ocean conservation.

AquaDom & SEA LIFE

The AquaDom, the world's largest freestanding cylindrical aquarium, was one of the absolute highlights of Sea Life Berlin. It was located in the entrance area of the adjacent hotel at Alexanderplatz. In total, the AquaDom housed around 1,500 fish from about 80 different species. In December 2022, the huge cylinder burst, leading to the temporary closure of Sea Life Berlin. After five months of reconstruction, the aquarium was able to reopen. However, the AquaDom will not be rebuilt for the time being.

Historical Information

Sea Life Berlin opened in December 2003.

Sea Life Berlin is one of seven Sea Life aquariums in Germany. The other six are located in Munich, Hannover, Oberhausen, Speyer,Timmendorfer Strand, and Konstanz.

How to get there

In total, there are over 5,000 fascinating sea creatures in SEA LIFE Berlin.
© Sea Life In total, there are over 5,000 fascinating sea creatures in SEA LIFE Berlin.

Public transportation:

  • The "Alexanderplatz" U-Bahn station is just a short walk from the aquarium.
  • The tram stop "Spandauer Str./Marienkirche" is also close to Sea Life Berlin, and it takes only a few minutes to walk to the attraction.
  • Bus: Several bus lines stop near Sea Life Berlin.


By car: If you prefer to arrive by car, parking is available in the Alexa Shopping Center parking garage. Alexa is also located near Alexanderplatz.


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