SEA LIFE® Speyer
Head to SEA LIFE Speyer to see aquatic species from around the planet, including fish, sharks, turtles, and octopi. There's even a recreated shipwreck. A highlight for many guests is the chance to watch the staff feed some of the aquarium’s residents, including the European swamp turtles and the rays.
Things to Know Before You Go
SEA LIFE Speyer is popular with families with young kids looking for a fun, educational experience.
Pre-book tickets online for discounted entry.
There’s a small on-site restaurants that serves snack foods.
The aquarium is wheelchair accessible.
How to Get There
SEA LIFE Speyer overlooks the Rhine River in the town of Speyer, about a 90-minute drive from Stuttgart and an hour and 15 minutes from Frankfurt. To reach the aquarium via transportation, take a city shuttle bus to the Festplatz (Fairground) stop and walk to SEA LIFE through the Dome garden.
When to Get There
SEA LIFE Speyer is open daily throughout the year, including public holidays, and is only closed on Christmas Eve. Last entry is one hour before closing, and animal feedings take place throughout the day. The aquarium is busiest on weekends and school holidays; arrive early to beat the crowds.
The Best of Speyer
Speyer is one of the oldest cities in Germany and offers plenty of things to see and do. Highlights include Historisches Museum der Pfalz Speyer, a regional history museum offering plenty of interactive, family-friendly exhibits, and the Technik Museum, which has a large collection of vintage cars and aircraft. Architecture fans will also appreciate the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Speyer Cathedral, which dates back to the 11th century.