Silent World Aquarium and Reptile Collection, Tenby

Silent World Aquarium and Reptile Collection overview

UNFORTUNATELY THE SILENT WORLD TENBY SITE HAS CLOSED DOWN. WE WISH THEM LUCK IN THEIR SEARCH FOR A NEW VENUE. Silent World Aquarium and Reptile Collection is located in a 19th Century church on the outskirts of Tenby. Inside the centre you will find a wide variety of reptiles, amphibians and other creepy crawlies, like seahorses, lobsters, exotic fish, snakes, ants and spiders. Due to the ... narrowness of the Silent World Aquarium and Reptile Collection building, visitors are asked not to take pushchairs into the church but they do provide storage whilst you visit. There are no toilet facilities or baby changing facilities on site but there is a seating area upstairs, which can be used for baby changing or feeding. Silent World Aquarium and Reptile Collection also has a gift shop selling reptile and sealife merchandise as well as hot and cold drinks. There is a charge for entry but there are discounted family tickets available based on two adults and two children. There is minimal car parking outside the Aquarium so visitors are advised to park in North Beach Car Park, approximately 500 yards away, where you will also find also toilet facilities.
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Narberth Road
SA70 8HR
01834 844498

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Silent World

20 Apr 2012
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Great for kids but not babies.

14 Apr 2010
Visited with: Infant
Tenby Aquarium is a great place in Tenby to take your children especialy if the weather isn't being kind to you. It is based in an old church and holds a suprising array of Fish, Reptiles, Molluscs and other insect life. It is also reasonably priced but it is not very buggy friendly. We went with friends who also had a buggy and we had to leave them in the porchway. This meant we had to carry the babies all the way round but this is due to the constraints of the building. There are also no toilet facilities so I had to change my daughter on a table upstairs but there are toilets as well as parking about 500 yards away. Whilst we there we spotted a snake escaping from one of the tanks but we were reassured that it wasn't a poisionous snake and a person on work experience hadn't shut the tank properly. There is a shop and a small seating area for children to colour in, and baby feeding etc. I would suggest that this is a great place for school age children but not so good for babies or toddlers.