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Company Name: Musée Océanographique De Monaco
Ages: 2 to 102
Housed in a magnificent building on the rock of Monaco, the views of Monaco and the sea are spectacular. When we first arrived my boys were drawn to the "Bathyscaphe" a large yellow submarine outside. We imagined climbing inside it and diving deep within the oceans as we discovered this world-class oceanography museum. Inside, the floor to ceiling exhibits and aquariums are eye-catching, to say the least. Huge windows into an underwater wonderland. Tropical blue against the purple, pink, and peach corals and a multitude of tropical fish in a myriad of bright flamboyant colours. Suspended from the ceiling are enormous whale skeletons and giant squid. This very interactive museum is great fun for kids. It has a touch pool where children can hold sea cucumbers, see shark egg cases "mermaid's purses" with the baby sharks wiggling on the inside and stroke the ray fish. The piranha feeding event and touching the baby sharks were voted the most exciting parts of our visit. There are a restaurant, bar and a lovely play area which share the same spectacular views.
Oceano Club (Snapper Club) Summer Camp
Are your kids constantly asking questions about the sea? Sign them up at the Océano Club to give them a unique experience to explore marine life, it’s the perfect occasion to pique their interest, develop their thirst for knowledge and maybe even discover a new passion.
Feeding the turtles, collecting microscopic animals from the tanks, interviewing visitors, and drawing fish like biologists are only some of the many activities your child will enjoy during this fully immersed week. The kids will discover the marine world through fun games and activities, mainly through manipulation and observation. They will enjoy 5 full days with meals included to learn about marine life and possibly to make new friends!
Tel: +377 93 15 36 00
Website: visit website
Address: Avenue Saint Martin, Monte-Carlo, Monaco 98000