We‘ve all missed you! We can’t wait to welcome you back

Scotland’s only family owned aquarium can’t wait to welcome you back!

The St Andrews Aquarium family, and all of our animals, are ready for visitors from 26th April.

We’re excited to show you the huge changes we’ve made over the past few months. There are so many exotic new animals for you to see and learn about, and we’ve refurbished some of our attractions too, making it THE place to be for animals and animal lovers!

Book your visit now!

Book your all-day pass now, and you can come and go as you please on visit day. You’ll need to book your entry time in advance but once you’re in you can hang out with the animals all day, and you never need to miss a talk or a furry feeding session again.

 If you have an Annual Pass or Complimentary Pass please call 01334 474786 to book.

We’re good to go!

Check out our Covid Secure information page so that you know about the changes we’ve made to keep you, and our team, extra safe. We’ve proudly achieved our ‘Good to Go’ accreditation, so you can be sure we’re always working hard to keep you and your family safe.

Get to know our sharks, spiders, and seals …

St Andrews Aquarium has been family owned and run since 1999, and we’re totally dedicated to the welfare of our animals. With more than 120 species on show every day, our animals are the superstars who make the aquarium such a fun, engaging day out for families.

Set in the cliffs overlooking St Andrews bay, our aquarium is a special place. We’ll lead you into an underwater world full of adventure and discovery! You’ll get up close and personal with sharks, spiders, seals, poison dart frogs, crocodiles, penguins, and so many more. You’ll be charmed by our fabulous meerkat family and get to meet some new members of the aquarium family – the adorable marmosets!

Visit safely

The animals have missed you! Find out how you can visit and stay Covid safe from 26th April onwards. We’ll be so happy to see you!


Keep up to date with all our latest animal news and events here