Visit Boudewijn Seapark during the teacher days
Go to Boudewijn Seapark during the teacher days and get free entrance as a teacher. Valid during the Belgian autumn and Easter holidays.
Boudewijn Seapark is the ideal destination for a day out with the class. But you don’t have to believe us on our word. Especially for teachers, Boudewijn Seapark organizes teacher days. On these days you can discover the park as a teacher for free. Experience a day in Boudewijn Seapark yourself, in that way you are extra well prepared for the school trip.
Special teacher days in the autumn and Easter holidays
As a teacher you have free access to Boudewijn Seapark during the autumn and Easter holidays. The ideal time to take your family with you. Accompanied persons only pay € 19.50 (instead of € 28,50 for an adult or instead of € 26,50 for a child). A toddler (85 cm – 99 cm) pays € 11.50. You can purchase the tickets at the ticket booth of the park.
The park is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. You get free access by showing your valid teacher card at the ticket booth. You then have access to the entire park, including all presentations and attractions.
Prepare yourself well for the school trip during the open park days for teachers
Admire the presentations with your own eyes. Visit the dolphin show on the teacher days and learn more about these beautiful marine mammals. During this magical presentation you can see the evolution of the dolphins and the beauty of nature. But you’ll also learn more about the dangers of living in the ocean. Learn about the plastic soup for example.
In addition to the dolphins, you can also get to know the Californian sea lions. In the theater of the sea lions, the caretakers and the sea lions take you on a world trip. Explore all the places where the sea lion lives, learn the difference between the sea lions and the seals, and see how fast they can swim and how elegant they can be.
The third marine mammal that you can see from close by during the teacher days is the seal. In the seal lagoon, you can attend a training demonstration. Here you will learn more about the dangers for this species on the Belgian coast and you will receive tips so that you can also help a hand.
These presentations are also available during a school trip, but they will be adjusted and they will get an extra educational touch. By visiting the presentations on a regular day, you get a little more information as a teacher and you can explain in advance about marine mammals in the classroom. This way the students are well prepared for the school trip.