Families are invited to learn about the North Pole and the creatures who live there at Loch Lomond’s Sea Life Centre this Christmas.

Locals can join Snowy the snowman from Saturday, November 25 to Saturday, December 23 to embark on an interactive trail throughout the aquarium where they can meet an array of aquatic friends and creatures.

Guests can also take part in challenges, learn ocean facts, discover creatures, capture festive photographs, and visit Santa in his grotto to receive a gift.

Sea Life’s Amy Langham said: “We are thrilled to welcome children and their families to embrace the holiday magic at SEA LIFE this Christmas.

“We are very excited to join Snowy on his arctic adventure, learning all about the exciting inhabitants of the North Pole and educating children on how we can protect them.

“We can’t wait to welcome everyone to enjoy the interactive trail and experience SEA LIFE during this festive season.”

From Monday to Friday, child tickets to the aquarium cost £11 and adults cost £13.50, while on Saturdays and Sundays child tickets are priced at £14 and adult tickets are priced at £17.

Tickets to Santa’s Grotto include the price of admission cost £21.00 per child and £17.00 per adult while annual passholder tickets are priced at £14.00 per child.

All children visiting Santa must have a ticket to receive a gift and pre-booking is required.

For more information, visit the Sea Life website: www.visitsealife.com.