Covid-19 Information for our Visitors
Latest Update – 14th April 2021
When visiting please follow Government Guidelines at all times.
With the introduction of increased travel restrictions we advise all our visitors travelling from different regions to check that their journey is permissible within the current guidelines. For information please check here : Scottish Government Website
Scottish Government guidance insists that visitors can only be admitted in groups of a maximum of 6 people from 2 households. Children under 12 from within the two households will not be counted in the limit of 6 people, but the 2 household rule still applies.
One member from your visiting party must check in to Test & Protect on arrival. QR codes links are available on entry and exit to register your details and make a record of your visit.
In line with government guidance in indoor places and where physical distancing is difficult and where there is a risk of contact within 2m with people who are not members of your household, you are expected to wear a face covering. Children under aged 5 are not required to wear face coverings. Additionally other exemptions apply.
Deep Sea World – Our Safety Measures
The health and safety of our visitors and team is our number one priority.
In line with Government guidelines, we have conducted an extensive risk assessment process and have developed a Visitor Charter to help you understand the measures to keep you and the Deep Sea World team safe during your visit. A copy of the Customer Charter will also be attached to your ticket confirmation when booking.
Deep Sea World have been working hard to make the Aquarium as safe as possible for our visitors!
Please watch our Covid-19 Guidance video to learn about some of the changes around the aquarium if you have any questions please contact us.