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Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

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Avenue Saint Martin, Monte-Carlo 98000, Monaco
+377 93 15 36 00
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Aquariums, exhibitions, games and relaxation…the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco lets you dive into the marine world. From aquariums to its shark lagoon, passing through the Turtle Island located on the panoramic terrace, it offers a unique opportunity to know, love and protect the oceans. A crossroads between Art and Science, this Temple of the Sea is home to over 6,000 specimens and priceless collections of Natural History. Come and visit, with our exhibitions and events, you too can experience the depths of the oceans…
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Avenue Saint Martin, Monte-Carlo 98000, Monaco
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Reviewed yesterday

The museum is very dry and unless you have a real interest in Oceanographic history then probably not worth more than 30 minutes. The aquarium is a different story! A fantastic array of dazzling fish in a very well thought out display. I would visit...More

Thank JamesHickman777
Reviewed 3 days ago

Visited this museum in Monaco which I fullheartedly recommend maybe especially when yoy bring kids. The best of all is that the entrance pay is not expensive compared to what you see.

Thank aabyship
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Good range of fish species in a variety of tanks that seemed well maintained. Kind of sad to see a lone loggerhead turtle though.

Thank john N
Reviewed 5 days ago

Save your money! We might have enjoyed it if adequate explanation of the exhibit would have been offered. Unfortunately, we didn't even learn there was a film until we had exited through the gift shop. We were not allowed to re-enter the museum once in...More

Thank Kat_92037
Reviewed 1 week ago

Plan an entire day here to see the exhibits. Have lunch in the Oceanographic rooftop cafeteria. Remember to visit the gift shop. Videos come out clearly of the aquarium tanks.

Thank annebeth2017
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Granddaughter adored this place, she absolutely loved seeing the sharks, the octopus, the jelly fish and sea horses. I thought Nemo and Dory would be the highlights but she hasn't stopped talking about all of the other things she saw. The other floors of this...More

Thank SallyBallyWally
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Loved it!!! Great for all ages. My mother was so happy we visited. The fish were beautiful. Don't miss this in Monaco.

Thank Helen M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We booked tickets to the Aquarium and didn't book tickets to the palace I now wish we did, we didn't have any kids with us and I have read reviews that say they spent half a day there, I just can not see how !!...More

1  Thank DIANA A
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We bought a French Riviera pass which included the wonderful museum. The fish and coral displays were amazing. We learnt a lot and enjoyed all the exhibitions. The multitude of clown fish, the jelly fish, the eels and don't miss the light show on the...More

Thank Heather M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

On a recent trip to Nice, a visit to Monaco was always going to be a must and having researched attractions, other than the casino/cars etc, this was one, And i can see why. Housed in a fantastic building it houses various vast tanks with...More

Thank Andrew C
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Marlosa1995
27 October 2015|
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Response from MuseeOceanographique | Property representative |
Of course you could walk everywhere if you wish, but it's a long distance. You're better off taking the bus 1 or 2 until casino.
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25 October 2015|
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petersone001
28 July 2015|
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Response from Thomas K | Reviewed this property |
The easiest is by bus 100 who has many stops in Nice and Monaco, just check the schedule on the internet. A taxi will cost you about € 80.00 one way and the train which goes every hour is about € 5.00 In Monaco itself is... More
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