Pirates and Princesses Go Free At Deep Sea World

Pirates and Princesses go free at Deep Sea World, North Queensferry

Deep Sea World in North Queensferry will be awash with buccaneers, brigands, privateers and princesses as part of their Pirates and Princesses celebrations (Saturday, October 12th to Sunday, October 20th).

Pirates and Princesses Week features storytelling sessions where you can learn all about some real life pirates, pirate games including a tug-o-war and lots more swashbuckling fun.

Staff are busy putting the finishing touches to their own pirates’ and princesses costumes and any children who arrive in full pirate or princess fancy dress will be allowed admission for free when accompanied by a full-paying adult.

Other activities taking place throughout the week include a competition for the best fancy dress costumes, a ‘Pirate Pete’ hunt around the aquarium with prizes and the chance to find out about some real life pirates.

Deep Sea World’s Kimberley Hicks said: “This will be our second Pirates and Princesses event this year as the one we held back in February proved so popular with visitors.

“It’s a great opportunity for kids and adults alike to get in the mood and join in the fun and games,” she added.

Located beneath the world-famous Forth Rail Bridge, Deep Sea World is Scotland’s national aquarium.

With more than 40 naturally-themed displays home to over 2,000 creatures – ranging from seals and seahorses to stingrays and sharks – the aquarium provides an incredible voyage of discovery through the planet’s rivers, lakes and oceans.

At the aquarium’s heart is the incredible 4.5 million litre Underwater Safari home to one of Europe’s largest collections of sharks – including three-metre-long sand tiger sharks – as well as hundreds of other fascinating marine life like rays, crabs and lobsters.

Don’t miss the outdoor seal sanctuary – home to a resident family of common seals and the new display featuring the aquarium’s captive bred angel sharks – which are critically endangered in the wild.

KIDS IN FANCY DRESS GO FREE – A child who arrives in full pirate or princess fancy dress during Pirates and Princesses Week (October 12th-20th inc.) will be allowed in for FREE when accompanied by one full-paying adult*

* Not valid with any other offer, promotion, online tickets or family ticket.

Deep Sea World, North Queensferry, Fife. Open daily from 10am. Visit www.deepseaworld.com for more information.

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