Oceanographic Museum

Oceanographic Museum

With its international reputation for excellence, this exceptional museum is dedicated to marine science and oceanography. Its collections of marine fauna collected by Monaco's pioneering Navigator Prince Prince Albert 1 are both invaluable and unique.

Along with its world-famous Aquarium where the rarest species of fish and marine life in many magnificent shapes and colors swim about in 90 pools, offers a grandiose and unique perspective of oceanic life. Its latest installment, the Shark Lagoon, is a giant pool measuring 450 cubic meters, that reveals the diversity and extraordinary coloring of the coral reef and the creatures which populate it.

Open daily (except the day of the Formula 1 Grand-Prix):

  • April to June: 9.30am – 7pm
  • July and August: 9.30am – 7.30pm
  • September: 9.30am – 7pm
  • October to March: 10am – 6pm

Prices (per person):

  • Adults: €13
  • Children aged 4-18 and students: €6.50

Partially handicapped accessible.

Access Map

Avenue Saint-Martin - Monaco-Ville
Tél. +377 93 15 36 00
Fax +377 93 50 52 97
E-mail : musee@oceano.mc
Website : www.oceano.mc

Visit duration: 2 ½ hours.

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