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    The Oceanographic Museum Celebrates Spring – Programme of Activities from 11 April to 10 May 2015

    The Oceanographic Museum is celebrating springtime with many different activities during the school holidays!  Spring is a time for love, when our little fish lay eggs and give birth to some magnificent marine species.  Fun, educational workshops await you, in which the secrets of our aquariums will be revealed.

    SPECIAL "SPRINGTIME" ACTIVITIES

    Whose Egg is This?
    Springtime is the beginning of a time for love, even under water!  For many species that reproduce by laying eggs, it’s the time for nuptial parades, dances and mating.  Whether they're round, rectangular or exotically shaped, these little eggs are full of surprises.  An activity for children of all ages.
    Every day at 3.15 p.m. and 4.15 p.m. - Meet in the Albert Ier Room (Level 1) 

    Drawing Workshop:  "Draw Me a Shark"*
    Sharpen your pencils – and your eyes!  This introductory drawing workshop is an opportunity to seek out some specimens in the aquariums and learn how to capture them – not with a view to eating them, but with an artist's eye!
    Supplement of 5 € per person, 10 people maximum per session, NO booking.  Drawing materials provided.
    Every day from Saturday 25 April to Sunday 10 May, except Monday 4 May.  Workshops at 1.30 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4.30 p.m. – Meet in the Entrance Hall (Level 0)

    Meet the Tortoises
    Who's hiding under the third largest shell in the world? Come and find out on the panoramic terrace.  An activity leader will tell you all about the spurred tortoises that arrived at "Tortoise Island" in 2012 and are now reproducing at the Museum.  You can also meet the little tortoises that were born in 2014.
    Every day at 5.15 p.m. – Meet on the panoramic terrace (Level 2)

    YOU'LL ALSO FIND ...

    The Touch Pool* 
    Touch a starfish, feel the prickles of a sea urchin, stroke a baby shark from the Mediterranean … For 45 minutes, thanks to our activity leaders, come and learn with your hands!
    Supplement of 5 € per child (3 to 12 years of age), maximum of 15 children per session, NO booking.
    Times, tickets and further information available at the ticket offices and on www.oceano.org

    "The Heart of the Ocean" Beats for You
    The Oceanographic Museum has decked out the Whale Room and its skeletons with a sound and light show.  Let yourself be transported by this magical experience and come and discover or rediscover the large skeletons of the fin whale, the magnificent killer whale and the narwhal as you have never seen them before, with a new sound and light show orchestrated by Xavier Perret and original music by Clovis Schneider.
    You can see it, hear it and find out all about it every hour throughout the day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    The Stroking Pool
    Gently and with respect, come and enjoy special contact with the sharks!  Slip you hand into the water and stroke the back or the side of a striped leopard shark.  An unforgettable experience!
    Every day from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. – Temporary exhibition room (Level 0)

    Feeding Time for the Fish
    Don't miss the Lagoon residents' daily meal!  This spectacular time is a unique opportunity to chat to our staff.  Sitting in front of the aquarium with their eyes riveted on the fish, the children won't miss a single moment.
    Every day at 11.15 a.m. – Meet at the Aquarium (Levels -1 and -2)

    Discovering Piranhas
    Come and discover the famous piranhas … With this activity, you can find out all there is to know about these carnivorous fish, whose reputation is the subject of the wildest legends.
    At 1.15 p.m. – Meet at the Aquarium in the Tropical Room (level -2)

    The Colours of the Reef
    Come and discover the underground world of the coral reefs.  A not-to-be-missed activity and a chance to discover the amazing beauty of tropical species and the secrets of the Museum's most colourful aquariums.   The fish will be fed at this time.
    Every day at 2.15 p.m. – Meet at the Aquarium, Tropical Room (Level -2)

    Entry to the activities is included with the admission tickets with no supplement,* except for the "Touch Pool" and the "Drawing Workshop," for which a special ticket is required.  Enrolment and timetables at the ticket offices;  may be subject to modifications.

    Oceanographic Museum
    Avenue Saint Martin  
    98000 MONACO
    Tel.:  +377 93 15 36 00
    E-mail : musee@oceano.mc


    11€ Leisure Cultural

    Monaco Cinema - Programme from Wednesday 22 April to Tuesday 28 April

    Find out about the films showing at Monaco Cinema from Wednesday 22 April to Tuesday 28 April.

    * Shaun the Sheep (Shaun le mouton

    Following a joke in which Shaun accidentally causes the farmer to go away to the Big City, Bitzer and the rest of the flock find that they have embarked upon a comBLEATly unexpected adventure in the centre of town … Will Shaun be able to find the farmer in this strange and unknown town before he gets lost there forever?

    - Wednesday 22 April at 2 p.m.
    - Sunday 26 April at 2 p.m.
    - Tuesday 28 April at 2 p.m.

    * Why I Have not Eaten my Father (Pourquoi j'a pas mangé mon père)

    The fascinating story of Edward, the elder son of the King of the Simians (the pre-humans), who was considered too puny at birth and rejected by his tribe.  He grows up far away from them, with his friend Ian.  He is incredibly clever and discovers fire, hunting, a modern place to live, love and even … hope.

    - Wednesday 22 April at 4.15 p.m.
    - Saturday 25 April at 2 p.m.
    - Sunday 26 April at 4.15 p.m.
    - Monday 27 April at 2 p.m.
    - Tuesday 28 April at 4.15 p.m.

    * Avengers:  Age of Ultron (Avengers: L'ère d'Ultron

    When Tony Stark tries to revive a peacekeeping programme that has been put on hold, things go wrong and superheroes Iron Man, Captain American Thor, Hulk, Black Widow and Hawkeye will have to join forces again to fight their most powerful enemy – Ultron.

    - Wednesday 22 April – 2 p.m.;  6.15 p.m.;  8.50 p.