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Thursday, 24 July 2014

Moshi Monsters are Hiding at SEA LIFE Birmingham - 19 July to 31 August 2014

Moshi Monsters are Hiding at SEA LIFE SEA LIFE Birmingham - 19 July to 31 August 2014

The Moshi Monsters splash down at SEA LIFE and the Moshi Marine Force wants you!

Join Katsuma, Poppet and Monstro City's number one Moshling conservationist, Buster Bumblechops, on a mission to save our amazing marine creatures!

We went along last week to check it all out, we love visiting our local Sea Life Centre in Birmingham so we love it when theres something new going on as it's a great excuse to visit again. With the Summer holidays upon us, this is a great day out to add to your lists.

Moshling swapBring along your Moshling collectable figures and exchange them for favourites and rarities in the Moshling Swap Zone! The Swap Zone is open every day but please check the posters on site for precise Swap Session times.

We didn't have any Moshlings to swap but we did pop into the Swap Zone to take a look. There was so many cuties to see, it kinda made us wish we were there to swap some. If your child collects Moshi Monster figures and has lots of the same, this is a great way to swap some and maybe complete their collections and even better is, it's free to do.

Moshling Find UsCan you find the missing marine Moshlings hiding at SEA LIFE? We had fun searching the tanks on our way round to find the whole gang and unlock Lubber the Whimsical Whale – the brand new Moshling, exclusive to SEA LIFE – yours to keep the next time you visit Even though the Moshlings are very small they're very easy to find, there's easy to find look out stickers to point you in the right direction.

 Moshi Hero award Complete the interactive quiz trail and earn your exclusive Buster Sea Life Conservationist Hero Award, plus on-line virtual goodies from

You might even meet a Moshi Monster or two while you're there. Look who we found:

We had a wonderful morning at the Birmingham Sea Life Centre, finding all the Moshi Monsters was fun and meeting them was amazing, the kids loved it. We took the opportunity to visit our favourite penguin friends whilst we were there too, they really are amazing creatures. We could have stayed watching them and their silly antics for hours but we didn't as there was so many friendly fishes and other sea life creatures to see too.

This event is only at SEA LIFE Birmingham from 19 July to 31 August 2014 but it is also traveling around to lots of other Sea Life Centres across the UK. For more information about where they are or to buy tickets, check out VisitSeaLife.Com.


  1. Great....I will be in Birmingham visiting family in August and I love going to Sea Life. My kids are all grown up now and they arent coming on holiday with us this time but Im sure my cousin who I will be visiting wont mind me borrowing his sons for the day. :)

    1. Aw that sounds like a great excuse to visit, be sure to go see their new penguins who are so sweet. I hope you have a lovely time :) x