Aquarium de Paris ticket
If you're searching for an out-of-the-ordinary activity in Paris, the Paris Aquarium is a good bet. It was established in 1867 and is home to over 13,000 aquatic animals that swim in 4 million liters of water. You can also enjoy mermaid performances, an aquatic movie theater, and a shark basin in the middle of Paris!
Tropical fish aren't the only ones worth your time at this aquarium--you can also find tanks hosting local species like carp, sturgeon and roach in a re-creation of the Seine River. There are also vibrant replicas of Tahiti and New Caledonia, complete with angelfish, clownfish and triggerfish darting around corals.
The sharks, however, are undoubtedly the most notable feature. There are four species of sharks that you may see, guaranteed to elicit nervous giggles and shrieks from the crowd.
You can also see two big screens that exhibit aquatic documentaries, a touch tank where you may pet Koi fish, and live feeding shows to make it an unforgettable day.
The operating hours are from 10am to 6pm, Mon to Sun, with last access at 7pm.
Aquarium de Paris is not open on 14 Jun
Night, Saturday evening: The museum is open from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., with the last ticket sold at 8 p.m.
If you take a bus
- Bus #22 to Trocadéro
- Bus #30, 32, and 63 to Albert de Mun
- Bus #72 to Pont d'Iena
- Bus #82 to Warsaw
If you take the Metro
- #6 and 9 to Trocadéro
- #9 to Iéna
If you take the RER: RER C to Champs de Mars
If you take the public parking:
You can take the parking at Kleber Longchamp, it only takes you 5 minutes from the Paris Aquarium
To book a tour, feel free to contact us: email@example.com or +33771800874.