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Very young children can play in the Bone Zone - a soft-play area with interactive games and activities.
If your little ones love making a splash and meeting creatures of the deep, check out Anglesey Sea Zoo, which is home to more than 150 species, with a No Bone Zone and submarine Wolves, plus a lobster hatchery, seahorse nursery and daily talks and feeds.
If it's fun attractions you're looking for, visit Anglesey Sea Zoo, where there are incredible invertebrates in the No Bone Zone and you can see conservation in action at the Lobster Hatchery and the Seahorse Nursery.
With various watery zones to experience, the whole family will love the Lobster Hatchery and Seahorse Nursery, before exploring the Seven Sisters Shipwreck, the Shark Pool grids and the amazing No Bone Zone! There are more than 150 species to see all from around the coast of North Wales.
Meet amazing invertebrates in the No Bone Zone, see the wolf-fish lair, creep through the Seven Sisters' shipwreck, see native seahorse and lobster breeding and conservation programmes and discover life in the open ocean in the Big Fish Forest, which is full of sea bass, bream and even shark!