Museum of Oceanography


Avenue Saint-Martin, Monaco-Ville (Le Rocher) Photo : Mariel Moscoso

This amazing marine museum is in the neighborhood Monaco-Ville, and was created to support marine life and make people more aware of what treasures can be found in the sea. The numerous species that can be found here vary from colourful corals, to clownfish, loggerhead sea-turtles and little sharks that you can pet.
There’s more to the museum than just fish, seen as the top floor has a beautiful terrace which has a view over the sea, and you can imagine you’re on a gigantic ship whilst overlooking the med.
Opening hours are from 10:00 to 18:00 in the months January, February and March. The museum closes an hour later in April, May and June, and in the months July and August it is open until 20:00.
Prices vary also per month, for adults the entrance ticket is €16 in July and August, and €14 in June and September (also on school vacations). Other periods tickets are €11 for adults. For students and children between 13 to 18 the price is €10. Children from 4-12 €7.

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