Veronica Hill shares her Sea Life Aquarium Travel Guide in this episode of “California Travel Tips.”

The Sea Life Aquarium, located in Carlsbad next door to Legoland California, is a Lego themed aquarium that’s divided into 14 different regional zones, including San Francisco Harbor, California Coast, Southern California Tide Pools, the Surf Break and Gold Rush River.

You can touch sea stars and other coastal creatures in the Discovery Zone Touch Pool, or check the Shark Talk puppet show, held at noon and 3 p.m. daily. A highlight is the Lost City of Atlantis, a 200,000-gallon saltwater tank that’s filled with tropical fish, sharks, stingrays and a Lego submarine. At 11 a.m., a diver jumps in the tank to interact with the audience!

Sea Life Aquarium tickets are can be purchased with special park-hoppers that include Legoland tickets.

For more information about Sea Life Aquarium in San Diego County, call (760) 918-5346 or visit them online at


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