Monaco's Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium was opened by Prince
Albert I in 1910 and houses his personal collection of marine life,
models of the Prince's laboratory ships and other crafts made from
marine products. The imposing building is perched dramatically on a
cliff and faces the sea, providing lovely views. The basement
houses an impressive aquarium with over 4,000 fish species and 200
invertebrates, as well as the Shark Lagoon.
Address: Avenue Saint-Martin Website: www.oceano.mc Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 9315 3600 Opening Time: Daily 10am-6pm (October to March); 9:30am-7pm (April
to June, and September); 9:30am-7:30pm (July and
August). Admission: EUR14 (adults); EUR7 (children 6-18)
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