20,000 Eggs Under the Sea at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco

The Oceanographic Museum is scheduling some new activities for the Spring holiday period from 12 April to 11 May 2014

At the Museum, eggs aren't always made of chocolate … They are hidden in the aquariums and hatch into wonderful marine species.

For the Easter holidays, visitors can see the "residents" of the Temple of the Sea and the new Mediterranean aquariums – a redesigned, modernised space for a visit that's even more fun!

Especially for the Easter weekend, on Sunday 20 and Monday 21 April, a grand Easter Egg hunt is being organised in the Museum from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m!

Don't miss a visit to the new aquariums, for a close-up view of Mediterranean fauna and flora.  Visitors can see the Med's most iconic inhabitants in a mysterious blue ambiance.

20,000 eggs under the seas
Spring is the time for love, even under the water!  Courtship parades, dances and mating rituals are on the programme for the many species that lay eggs to ensure that they will produce offspring.  Whether they're round, rectangular or strangely shaped, the eggs are full of surprises!
• Every day:  at 2 p.m. and 4 p.m.

A games booklet for the whole family
Become an expert on the various eggs laid by the inhabitants of the marine world by trying to answer the puzzles in the games booklet "20,000 Eggs Under the Seas."
• Every day from 10 a.m. to 6.30 p.m. – free booklet available at the ticket office.

Don't miss the Museum's key activities:  Around the Lagoon, the Stroking Pool, the Touch Pool, Meet the Turtles and cinema sessions.

Activities organised during the school holidays at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco
from 12 April to 11 May 2014