If you are looking for a unique underwater escapade, Deep Sea World National Aquarium in North Queensferry, Scotland offers one of the most exciting adventures of a lifetime. The main attraction in the Deep Sea World is the 112-meter underwater tunnel, making it one of the longest underwater tunnels in the world. You also get to learn about a vast range of extraordinary sea creatures like the alligator snapping turtle, the devil fish and the goliath tiger fish among others.
The museum also exhibits a simulation of the Amazon Rainforest in South America, particularly the Amazon River and the abundant marine life that it sustains. At deep sea world, you get to be in a jungle safari and experience the rainforest's biodiversity through the different sounds of insects, birds and other creatures.
Other attractions that can be seen in the Deep Sea World are the recreation of the village ruins surrounding Mount Krakatoa in Thailand which is now home to a variety of rare and dangerous creatures; the Lake Malawi which exhibits the exotic Malawi Cichlids; the three rock pools dubbed as the Rocky Shores which lets you explore the marine biodiversity that lives along the British coastline; and a display of red-bellied piranhas and some species of amphibians.
Kids can also dive underwater and have a close encounter with sharks. They will be taught basic breathing and scuba diving techniques before they head out to the main tank and learn more about sharks and other sea creatures right in their habitat.
The Aquarium is open to the public everyday and also has a café and a gift shop.