St Andrews Aquarium wants you to have a fabulous day out - that's why we give every customer an all day entry pass. That means you can use the aquarium as your base for the day, popping in and out to see the demonstrations, or for lunch, entirely at your own convenience.
- Adult £10
- Child (Aged 3-15) £7
- Child (Aged 2 and Under) FREE
- OAP £8
- Student £8
- Special Needs: £6
- Registered Carers: £6
- Wheelchair User: FREE*
- Family 1 - (2 adults 2 children) £29 (Saving £5)
- Family 2 - (2 adults 3 children) £34 (Saving £7)
- Family 3 - (2 adults 4 children) £39 (Saving £9)
Groups of 10 or more, special group rates apply which amount to a £1 discount per person off normal admission prices.
- Adult £9
- Child £6
- OAP £7
- Student £7
Enjoy unlimited trips to the aquarium until 28th February 2015 with our Winter Family Pass, now only £42.00 (2 adults, 2 children). Please contact direct to purchase these tickets.
Additional Information for Wheelchair Users
Full wheelchair access is available to just over 50% of the building which includes access to lower level displays, the Amazonian exhibits, the Native Marine exhibitis, the Seal Pool, disabled toilets, reception area and the downstairs seating area in Cafe Catch.
Assisted access (via temporary wheel ramps) is available to access a further 25% of the building which includes the meerkat enclosure and the shark tank.
There is currently no wheelchair access to the marine tropical displays and to the Aquarium's gift shop.
Unfortunately, in the interests of animal welfare, we are unable to allow assistance dogs near the animal displays in the Aquarium. The layouts of our enclosures are such that the animals are in places very close to public areas. This means that assistance dogs, even though very well behaved, can cause considerable stress to our animals.
Registered assistance dogs are very welcome in our public reception, Café and gift shop areas as well as the public toilets (please be aware that the café, gift shop and toilets are all accessed by stairs).
Please be aware that this is not a decision that has been taken lightly, but it is something that we are duty bound to enforce. Unfortunately, we don't have a kennel facility on site at the moment.