SEA LIFE Hannover is an aquarium with 3,500 square meters of habitats to explore, including ones modeled after the local Leine River, the Caribbean and the Amazon. Germany's first tropical SEA LIFE is home to thousands of underwater creatures living in 37 pools, some of which include mussels, freshwater stingrays and piranhas. SEA LIFE Hannover's newest exhibition, Claws, features crabs and lobsters.
In the Ocean Pool’s eight-meter-long glass tunnel, visitors are separated by just a few inches from sharks and turtles. In the tropical plant dome, you can walk over a unique glass bridge and see Cuban crocodiles in the water below. SEA LIFE Hannover also has an endangered green sea turtle, which are typically found in subtropical and tropical seas of the Pacific, Atlantic and Indian oceans. Check for feeding times in advance for each section of the aquarium.
SEA LIFE Hannover is located at Herrenhäuser Strasse 4a. Opening hours are from 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. daily, and tickets cost 16.50 euros for adults and 13.50 euros for children ages 3 to 11. Children under 3 enter for free.