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1000h (10 am) - 1900h (7 pm), Cash desks open until 1800h (6 pm)
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Aquarium de Paris – Cinéaqua is located at 5 Avenue Albert De Mun, Jardins de Trocadéro, 75016, Paris.
You can take the subway or the bus to reach this place.
Subway: Take lines 9 or 6 and go down to the Trocadéro stop. Make the turn of the Chaillot Palate to arrive in the gardens of Trocadéro
RER (Rapid Transit System): Take line C until the stop Champ de Mars, cross the Seine and enter the gardens of Trocadéro
Bus: Bus numbers 22, 30, 32 and 63 stop in Trocadéro
See all the drama and color of the undersea world up close.
Walk through an 11-meter tunnel and go nose to nose with dangerous denizens of the deep. It’s an experience like no other!
There’s plenty of hands-on stuff too. Kids love the pools where you can touch and feed the fish. If you’ve never stroked a carpe now’s your chance.
Discover the secrets of cinema through spectacular stage settings, interactive activities, special effects and decorations inspired by mythical scenes of cinema.
There’s something for everyone at Aquarium de Paris – Cinéaqua!
Aquarium de Paris – Cinéaqua is in the Jardins du Trocadéro and is accessible by subway, RER or bus.
Opened in 2006 in the heart of Paris and located underground, Cinéaqua is one of Europe’s largest and most thrilling aquariums. It combines state-of- the-art displays of sea creatures with cutting-edge audiovisuals. As well as 40 or more seawater tanks featuring at least 500 different species, there are three multi-screen cinemas showing exciting films, cartoons and documentaries.
At Aquarium de Paris – Cinéaqua, you will find marine life from all around the coast of France and from French territories such as Polynesia and Guyana. Enjoy the colorful coral reefs, the jellyfish, the sinister eels and the antics of the clown fish.
Get the chance to meet Claire, a real life mermaid diving in an 8 meter tall tropical tank, introducing eagle rays, groupers and her other warm seawater friends.
Don't miss the new show, The Pirates and the Ocean's Diamond, which has exciting sword fights, stunts, dancing and humor with a pinch of cinema’s magic. The interactive show will involve the audience too as the pirates will need the bravery of every child present in the theatre to win!
Other highlights include an 11-meter tunnel where you come nose to nose with stingrays and sharks – an unforgettable experience! Then there are the touching pools where the kids get to stroke a carpe.
On School holidays, week-ends and bank holidays the tour operates from 1000h (10:00am) - 1900h (7:00pm), cash desks open until 1800h (6:00pm)
Ozu restaurant Opening hours: Opens everyday at lunch time from 1200h (12:00 noon) - 1400h (2:00pm) and at dinner time from 1930h (7:30pm) - 0000h (12:00 midnight)
The confirmation voucher includes the local activity operator’s contact details and local telephone numbers at the destination. They will happily answer any logistical questions you may have
How to reach Aquarium de Paris – Cinéaqua
If you are traveling by subway (metro), take lines 9 or 6 and get out at the Trocadéro stop. Take the exit for Palais Chaillot, which will take you to the Jardins du Trocadéro. The entrance to Aquarium de Paris – Cinéaqua is in the Jardins du Trocadéro, below the Palais Chaillot.
If you are travelling by RER (rapid transit system), take line C and get out at Champ de Mars, cross the Seine and enter the Trocadéro gardens.
If you are traveling by bus, you can catch one of the following buses to the Trocadéro: 22, 30, 32 and 63
The aquarium was perfectly situated by the Eiffel. It was large and the exI bits were great....
My husband and I really enjoyed the experience. Fantastic place to relax in the middle of one of the best view of Paris....
We were happy to go on this excursion. Very easy to find, 5min from Trocadero. Our child was delighted seeing these fish....
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