Competition: Win family ticket to London Aquarium

PUBLISHED: 12:00 14 February 2016

The Recorder is running a competition where readers can win five family tickets to the London Aquarium

The Recorder is running a competition where readers can win five family tickets to the London Aquarium


Up for grabs this week are five family tickets for one of the capital’s most popular attractions – the London Aquarium.

Youngsters enjoying the attraction. Picture: Garry SamuelsYoungsters enjoying the attraction. Picture: Garry Samuels

The site has created a fun and educational children’s trail, highlighting some of the lovable and colourful species made famous by the much-loved Disney tale Finding Nemo, including the ever-popular clownfish and, of course, the blue tang – which is put centre stage in forthcoming sequel Finding Dory.

The aquarium is home to three anemone-loving species of clownfish and several blue tangs.

Plus, don’t forget there are thousands of other creatures to enthral and delight throughout the South Bank attraction, including a Cuban crocodile, crabs, starfish, sharks, jellyfish and, for the intrepid, VIP experiences including shark and turtle feeds and a snorkelling with sharks experience.

Discounts and priority entry tickets are available online, via

London Aquarium is open seven days a week from 10am, with last entry at 6pm.

It is located at County Hall, Riverside Building, Westminster Bridge Road, and the closest Tube station is Westminster.

We have five family tickets (four people per ticket) to give away.

For your chance to win, pick up a copy of Thursday’s Recorder, fill in the coupon and send it to London Aquarium Competition, Editorial, 7th Floor, Maritime House, 1 Linton Road, Barking, IG11 8HG.

The first five correct answers selected at random on the closing date of February 26 will win.

The editor’s decision is final.

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