Following the Governments latest announcement, after the national lockdown ends on 2 December, Hull will be in Tier 3. In accordance with Government guidance The Deep will remain closed until further notice.
Embark on a journey through the world’s oceans. Travelling from oceans past and into the future, you will explore over 5,000 different species amongst 50 different displays. From the shallow tropical lagoons to the darkest depths of the coldest oceans, you will marvel at the incredible diversity of life beneath the waves.
If you have a Day Plus Pass, are an essential carer, using gift vouchers, Tesco vouchers or are a serving member of the military with an ID card - Please enter the code DPP2020 in the promo code box then press submit code. Next, in the Day Plus Pass holder box, enter how many 'free' places / voucher based places you need. Then below this you can also add any tickets you may be paying for too. Please bring any vouchers on the day to do the transaction at reception, here you will pay the 'on the door' price as stated below. Our reception team will need to validate your pass on arrival so please come prepared with the name and postcode it was originally set up in.
The Deep aims to create a deeper understanding and enjoyment of the world’s oceans through stunning marine life, interactive displays and presentations to daily dive shows that deliver the wow factor. With a fun-packed calendar of events perfect for the whole family, there is always something going on. Fully accessible to all, we ensure that everyone can get up close to their favourite critter.
An education charity, all money made is re-invested into pioneering research, conservation activities and new exhibits.
- The Deep is open daily from 9am until 6pm on weekends and during school holidays. We are open 10am until 6pm Monday to Friday during term time.
- Last admission is at 5pm, although we recommend you to arrive no later than 4pm (on average visitors spend 2+ hours with us)
- We are closed on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day
All visitors are required to book a time slot for their visit to The Deep. This is to help us manage the number of people in the building and adhere to government guidelines. Please follow directional signage and look out for floor markers when queuing to enter The Deep.
The Deep takes the safety and security of its staff and visitors seriously and continues to work with Counter Terrorism Police Officers to review security regimes on a regular basis. We reserve the right to carry out random bag searches at reception. To minimise delays, please avoid bringing large bags and rucksacks into the attraction.