Easter Weekend at the Oceanographic Museum

For the Easter weekend, the Oceanographic Museum is organising an Egg Hunt – an aquatic Egg Hunt!
Eggs in the touch pool!
At Easter time, visitors to the activity sessions at the Oceanographic Museum's touch pool will learn all about the different kinds of eggs that can be found in the marine world – eggs from the nurse shark, dogfish, stingray, squid, sea slug and murex.  It's a real aquatic egg hunt!

There are lots of surprises in store and exciting activities to enjoy with your family, and you can make contact with the usual stars of the pool - sea urchins, starfish and the Mediterranean hermit crab.

Practical Information
Sessions at 1 pm, 2 pm, 3 pm and 4 pm
Duration:  45 minutes per session
Special ticket at the ticket office:  5€/per child aged 2-12, free for their parents
15 children maximum per session, no need to book
Meet in the Entrance Hall, Level 0

*Touch pool:  touch the animals …
The Oceanographic Museum's touch pool offers a fun, yet respectful, introduction to the marine world through direct contact with living animals.  In this Mediterranean in miniature, you can touch a starfish, a sea urchin, a crab and even a baby shark … a 45-minute activity to enjoy with your family.

Easter weekend … Aquatic Egg Hunt!

Saturday 7, Sunday 8 and Monday 9 April 2012
Monaco Oceanographic Museum

Photo caption:  Squid eggs|©Yves Bérard