Tomorrow sees the launch of our exclusive reader offer of a 2020 season pass at Sea Life Brighton for under £20.

Here we look at all the attractions guests can enjoy in the world’s oldest operating aquarium.

To redeem your 2020 season pass you need to buy tomorrow's Argus for an entry form and then collect six different tokens from the paper over the following ten days.

You can then return to Sea Life Brighton again and again until December 31 and enjoy ten per cent off the gift shop and café, as well as a special free gift with all child passes.

For a reminder of token dates head to

The Argus:

Witness the ocean as it transitions from day to night in a state-of-the-art attraction at Sea Life Brighton.

The Day And Night Ocean Experience is the aquarium’s newest exhibit.

Visitors can marvel at the 24-hour wonder of a coral reef as it moves through the day in a 750,000 litre display.

In this part of the centre, guests can say hello to the aquarium’s green turtles, Lulu and Gulliver as they journey through the underwater tunnel and explore the caves of the deep.

In the night time area, which is lit up with UV coral, you can experience what it is like to walk on a bioluminescent beach and hear the waves crash beneath your feet.

The attraction is the first of its kind in the UK and has been made possible by a £2.7 million refurbishment.

The Argus:

The glass bottom boat experience at Sea Life Brighton allows guests to see ocean species from a new perspective.

Take a ride across the water and look at the turtles and sharks from above. With a guided tour from an on-board marine expert, this is a fun way to learn about the aquarium’s wildlife. A small additional charge applies for this.

The Argus:

A visit to Sea Life Brighton would not be complete without seeing a feeding session or two.

There are animal feeds taking place throughout the day in different areas of the aquarium, so guests can see just how fast the green sea turtles swim, what a seahorse eats and how many fish it takes to satisfy a hungry shark.

Each feed is accompanied by a family-friendly talk from animal care experts, so guests can learn about the sharks, seahorses, rays, turtles and octopuses.

The Argus:

At the interactive rock pool, people of all ages can experience what it is like to touch a sea anemone or a star fish.

Visitors can learn about these other-worldly creatures from the rock pool guides in this hands-on part of the aquarium.

Guests can also get interactive in the centre’s Conservation Cove.

Come and learn about how we can all do something to help reduce plastic pollution and better protect endangered sea life.

In this zone, visitors can make a pledge on how they can help to rebalance our marine life environments.

The Argus:

In the Rainforest Adventure area at Sea Life Brighton, visitors can journey through a humid Amazonian forest zone.

You can navigate through secret tunnels and viewing pods and get extra close to some amazing South American wonders.

You will also come face to face with a water dragon, an anaconda, poison dart frogs, terrapins and piranhas.

The Argus:

The Secrets Of The Reef zone at Sea Life Brighton is bursting with tropical colour.

Yellow and blue regal tang (Dory) fish are among the many species found in this part of the centre, which hail from much warmer climates.

Visitors can crawl through the clown fish (Nemo) tunnel and say hello to seahorses in the seahorse nursery.

There’s also the opportunity to learn about Sea Life Brighton’s conservation projects in the Maldives.

The Argus:

Did you know Sea Life Brighton is the world’s oldest operating aquarium?

It has a rainbow-lit Victorian arcade with vaulted ceilings, originally built in 1872.

Brighton Aquarium was conceived and designed by Eugenius Birch, the architect responsible for the West Pier.

Work began in 1869 and the project cost £133,000, which is equivalent to around £5.5 million today.

Wandering through the arcade, visitors can marvel at the displays of marine life from turtles, rays, puffer fish and cat fish, among many other species.

The Argus:

An immersive trail involving Top Trumps cards will allow people to get closer to the centre’s aquatic creatures this spring.

Between February 15 and April 19, visitors can take part in the “Jawsome Sharks And Friends” with Top Trumps trail.

The quest is to help Professor Finn find the missing Top Trumps cards so he can teach everybody about all the incredible sharks and sea creatures that live at the aquarium.

Meet the professor, who is hoping to recruit a new team of rangers for 2020 to help him in his mission to locate all the missing cards and place them in the correct order.

Guests will learn fun facts along the way about species of sharks and many other fascinating creatures.

After the trail, rangers will receive a reward to take home.