Moshi Monsters are on tour at SEA LIFE

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Moshi Monsters are on tour at SEA LIFE

This week Moshi Monsters are at The London SEA LIFE Aquarium before heading off on tour to other SEA LIFE locations. As Moshi Monsters Ambassadors we were invited to London SEA LIFE Aquarium to see what it was all about.

There are a number of character appearances throughout the day. Middle man was extremely excited to have his photo taken with Katsuma and Poppet who were wearing their diving gear.

Katsuma and Poppet at Sealife


On entry the children were given activity books and a pencil so that they could fill in where they saw moshlings in some of the fish tanks.

Big man particularly liked talking about the shark eggs and stroking a starfish. The shark eggs were just like a piece of seaweed.

shark eggs

The good thing about the SEALIFE centre was that lots of the bigger tanks were easy for little man to look in without needing to be carried. There were holes to look through and tunnels to walk through. At the beginning there was even a glass floor to walk on over the sharks!


Moshling spotting really kept the boys interested walking through the centre.

spot the moshling

At the end there was a chance to swop your moshlings. Middle man hasn't got any doubles yet and when I mentioned it to him before we left he started welling up at the thought of it, so we didn't participate in that one. We then showed our completed booklet to get our stickers put in and receive a certificate.

moshi sealife


If you are Merlin pass holders and have Moshi Monster fans then this is one for you. Alternatively there are "Kids go free" SEA LIFE promotion in the April issue of Moshi Monsters Magazine.

Here is a video of taken of the day featuring none other than me and big man, and lots of fish.

 


We received entry to the aquarium and goody bags for the children.

1 comment:

  1. rebecca beesley19 March 2014 at 23:11

    I spotted you on the video but didn't spot you in person there :-( Hopefully next time. x

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