The Monaco Oceanographic Museum is a really captivating and interesting day out for all the family to enjoy.
The museum is dedicated to marine science and oceanography hosting unique collections of marine examples collected by Monaco’s pioneering “Navigator Prince,” Prince Albert I. The building itself is a masterpiece and took 11 years to build using 100,000 tons of stone. The Museum has a beautiful location and stands right on the cliff edge.
The Oceanographic Museum Monaco is home to unique shark lagoon (you can touch the baby sharks) and aquarium. This houses over four thousand species of fish and over 200 families of invertebrates.
(Except for the week-end of the Formula 1 Grand Prix and the 25th December)
|January | February | March||10 am to 6 pm|
|April | May | June||10 am to 7 pm|
|July | August||9:30 am to 8 pm|
|September||10 am to 7 pm|
|October | November | December||10 am to 6 pm|
For tips and features read our Lilou Loves Blog on Oceanographic Museum Monaco click here