Seville Aquarium – Tickets and Guide

Seville Aquarium – Tickets and Guide

Visitor Guide and Ticket Information for the Aquarium in Seville

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The Seville Aquarium is a modern aquarium in the heart of Seville and home to over 7000 creatures and over 400 unique species. It’s is an excellent way to spend a few hours in Seville, for both children and adults, and is one of the city’s top rated attractions.

Seville Aquarium General Information


Muelle de las Delicias, s/n, 41012 Sevilla, Spain

Opening Times

Saturday: 10:AM – 7PM,
Sunday to Friday: 10AM – 6PM
Closed on New Years Day and Christmas Day

Entry and Tickets

Seville Aquarium tickets start from €17 for adults, children 14 and under €12 (Book Tickets Online).

Seville Aquarium Tickets and Tours

How to buy tickets to Seville Aquarium

– Tickets do sell-out so book in advance (€17 Adults, €12 Children) (Book Tickets Online).
– Includes entrance to the main displays as well as any temporary exhibitions.
-Live feedings and talks throughout each day for free.
– Newly opened Jelly Fish exhibition!

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Visiting Seville Aquarium

The Seville Aquarium is a relatively new addition to Seville, opening in September 2014.

The interior is very modern and well maintained with a strong focus on conservation and educating people on marine life and environmental issues, making it an ideal place to take children.

There are on-site facilities including a restaurant and cafe (serving everything from full meals to snacks – they even serve beer!). There are toilets located at the entrance and at the halfway point of the aquarium’s circuit.

At the end of the aquarium circuit you will also find a small gift store, selling books and educational pieces as well as fun gifts for the kids including stuffed animals and toys.

Official guided tours can be purchased and booked from the reception, and offer you a more in-depth look at the marine animals, as well as a glimpse behind the scenes of the Aquarium.

What to see in Seville Aquarium

The aquarium is split into five distinct areas, with each area displaying a different ecosystem related to Seville and the South of Spain.

As well as the 5 distinct areas the whole aquarium is also also centred around a huge tank that houses a giant selection of fish and sea creatures.

Here are some of the best attractions to check out when visiting Seville aquarium:

Main Tank and Viewing Tunnel

The main attraction in the Seville aquarium is the large central tank that links up all the areas and houses some of the more rare and unique species including two female bull sharks, fully grown turtles, stingrays, and many more.

This large tank has multiple viewing windows at various points around the aquarium’s circuit, including an underground glass tunnel that goes right beneath the tank offering you excellent views.

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The Aquarium is centred around the main tank filled with multiple species
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Interactive exhibitions for children!

Jelly Fish Exhibition

Recently the Aquarium has opened a jelly fish exhibition, offering an almost ‘art-like‘ display of creatures from the very depths of the ocean. These displays are full of vibrant colours and the dim lighting in the area creates a beautiful and relaxing atmosphere.

Below are a few photos I took of the Jelly fish in January 2024 and gives you an example of how spectacular the displays are.

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The Jelly Fish Exhibition is filled with beautiful colours and shapes
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Perfectly lit tanks demonstrating the beauty of the deep ocean.

5 Ecosystem Areas

The aquarium is split into five distinct areas, with each area displaying a different ecosystem (the Guadalquivir River, the Atlantic Ocean, the Rainforest, the Oceanarium, and the Indo-Pacific Ocean).

Each section is themed and has multiple tanks with viewing windows from all sorts of angle offering a glimpse of a varied range of creatures linked to that region/area.

One minute you can be looking at miniature seahorses, and the next a 12 foot anaconda! The aquarium does a great job of linking the displays, offering an educational journey around the easy to follow ‘circuit’.

Seville Aquarium Educational Content and Conservation Work

The aquarium is geared around educational content with multiple information points and interactive monitors to allow you to learn about the creatures and species you are seeing.

It is especially great for children, who will not only be entertained, but also have the chance to expand their knowledge of marine conservation and sustainability initiatives.

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A cute little gift shop at the end of the aquarium
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Information screens for education and learning

There are stations that allow you to touch various creatures named ‘Toca Toca‘ (the Spanish for ‘Touch Touch’) including starfish, sea cucumbers and sea urchins!

The aquarium also hosts organised talks throughout the day from the staff who work at the aquarium (including excellent information from the on-site laboratory) and there are options for guided tours available at reception.

On Monday and Friday they also do live feeding of the sharks in the main tank, which can be viewed for free. For a full list of extra activities and feedings/talks throughout the week, check out the Seville Aquarium Official Website.

Seville Aquarium Location and How to Get There

The Seville Aquarium is conveniently situated within the heart of Seville, just south of the city centre, making it easily accessible to visitors exploring the city’s other attractions.

It has a prime location along the bank of the Guadalquivir River, enhancing its accessibility and making it easy to navigate from the centre.

If you’re planning to arrive by public transport there are buses that go near the aquarium: Tussam 3, 6 and 34 stopping at La Palmera.

It’s also worth noting that the Seville Hop-On Hop-Off Tour Bus also stops at the aquarium and so is a great option if you’re planning to explore Seville.

The nearest metro is Puerta Jerez (a 15 minute walk away) and there is also an underground parking lot right next to the aquarium if you’re travelling by car.

Seville Aquarium FAQ

How long is needed to visit the Seville Aquarium?

It takes roughly 90 minutes to fully see the aquarium, with enough time to experience all of the unique attractions. There is no time limit, and visitors are free to spend as long as they require.

Can I take photos in the Seville Aquarium?

Yes, photos are allowed. However, please note that no flash photography is allowed as this can impact the fish in a negative way.

Is the Seville Aquarium suitable and accessible to people with reduced mobility?

Yes! There is specifically designed circuit around the aquarium to allow people with reduced mobility to experience everything offered. This includes ramps and lifts.

What Language is Used for Talks and Information in Seville Aquarium?

All information points (including signs and interactive computer monitors) come in both English and Spanish. Furthermore, talks from staff come in both English and Spanish, and guided tours also include options for French and Italian.

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