Octonauts Mission at The National Sea Life Centre

Last weekend, we all went over to the National Sea Life Centre in Birmingham for a very special Octonauts Mission. We set Charlie and the girls a task to undergo their training and complete the mission – which I am pleased to report they succeeded in!

We visited the National Sea Life Centre back in the summer and the kids just loved it. There’s so many different things to see and do and this time we didn’t take the pushchair so the girls roamed free and could see all the animals close up.

There are various stations dotted around where the cadets have to complete a mission such as Kwazii’s rock pool, Shellington’s research centre and Tweak’s craft zone.


They all loved finding each zone and particularly sticking the stickers on their cards once they had completed the zone.


Along the way we saw lots of wonderful creatures and learned about sustainability of the oceans but our favourite part is definitely the ocean tunnel at the end where we saw a turtle cuddling a shark and the huge stingray who causes an eclipse when he floats over the top of you he’s so big!



The Octonauts Mission runs from 18th October until 7th November so it is the perfect day out during half term as no matter what the weather you can guarantee a great day. For more information and to book your tickets head to www.sealife.co.uk/Birmingham 

You too may even get to meet Peso likrand get your cool certificate and medal for completing the mission – Charlie took his to school on Monday to show all his teachers and friends!


B xx

Disclosure – we were given complimentary entry in exchange for this review. All words, opinions and photos are my own  

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  1. Laura Tovey
    21st November 2016 / 4:41 pm

    Looks like they had a lot of fun, mine love the Octonauts too