SHARKS, rays, octopuses and Moshi Monsters will all be on display at Weymouth Sea Life Park.
This Easter little monsters can encounter Moshi Monsters with a meet and greet at the park.
Until Sunday, April 13, Buster Bumblechops, Poppet and Katsuma will be meeting their fans, then from Monday, April 14 until Thursday, April 25, it will just be Katsuma and Poppet. But Buster Bumblechops will be back to rejoin his friends at Sea Life from Friday, April 26 to Monday, May 5.
There will be quiz cards and trails around the park for the family to get involved with.
As well as the monsters, there are more than 1,000 incredible creatures to discover, from sharks and sea turtles to giant spider crabs and octopuses.
Youngsters can get up close to the wildlife and have a look in rock pools, hold a crab or touch a starfish and find out what they eat, how they live and survive from the team.
There are also a number of talks and feeding times, where all the family can learn a little more about sharks, penguins, turtles, otters and rays.
Find out how to tell different shark species apart and learn about conservation work to make sure the underwater predators don’t become extinct. The park takes around three hours to visit.
Families can take the land train from the park at Lodmoor to the Weymouth Tower and take a flight 53 meters into the air.
The revolving tower gives 360 degree views of the Jurassic Coast and visitors can look down on Weymouth town, as well as enjoy views of the White Horse, Nothe Fort and Portland Harbour.
- The Park opens daily at 10am. For more information and ticket enquiries visit sealifeweymouth.com or call 0871 423 2110 (charges apply.)