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L’Aquarium de Paris-Cinéaqua is an aquarium in the heart of Paris, with the Trocadero and the Eiffel Tower right on the doorstep! This exclusive address is home to more than 10,000 creatures of the deep from more than 500 different species, and visitors of all ages will enjoy learning all about them in a range of talks. Tickets can be bought online, or you can choose the Paris Pass to combine a visit to the aquarium with tickets to over 60 of the city’s top attractions.
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Combine your trip to the aquarium with free entry to over 60 other attractions in Paris and a hop-on hop-off tour.
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4 tips for visiting the Aquarium de Paris - Cinéaqua

Sharks! | Flickr: Christos Loufopoulos CC BY 2.0
Check the Schedule for Feeding Times and TalksThe Aquarium de Paris offers several educational talks throughout the day, plus the chance to see the sharks and the animals in the touch tanks being fed. Check the times of the talks when you arrive so that you know where to be to watch!
The perfect date for a night out! | Flickr: Kimon Berlin CC BY-SA 2.0
Visit After DarkLook out for special tickets that let you visit the aquarium after closing time! From 7 pm to 10 pm, the aquarium becomes an adults-only venue, where visitors can pick up a drink from the bar and explore the exhibits in a relaxed atmosphere.
Tired Legs? Watch a Movie!If you’ve spent your whole day exploring Paris, rest your legs and watch a cartoon or documentary film in the Salle de Spectacle. Timings and features vary throughout the year, so check what’s showing when you arrive to plan your visit.
The Fishiest Club in TownEvery Saturday night, the Aquarium transforms into a night club! With the option to dine at the aquarium from 8.30 pm (reservation required), the fun really starts at 10 pm when the DJ starts spinning disks and the party starts.

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s there to see at the Aquarium de Paris?

The Aquarium de Paris has over 10,000 specimens from 500 different species of marine animals. They live in more than 60 tanks, including a touch tank. Their animals come from all over the world, from delicate Polynesian butterflyfish to zebra sharks from the Indo-Pacific Ocean and spotted rays from the Atlantic ocean, plus fish from the Mediterranean and even the Rivier Seine. You should also make sure not to miss the Médusarium! It’s the largest jellyfish exhibit in Europe, featuring several thousand jellyfish in 15 tanks, and was opened in 2019. The touch tanks include goldfish, koi carp, and ides, all fish that are commonly kept as pets and which are used to being touched. Read more.

Are there shows?

There are several opportunities every day to listen to an expert animator give talks about the fish inside various tanks, and there’s also the chance to watch the sharks being fed, while visitors can assist aquarium staff in feeding the fish in the touch pool. You can also occasionally watch aquarium staff dive in the larger tanks in order to clean and maintain them, or to feed the fish. The aquarium also has a cinema where documentaries and cartoons are played throughout the day, and these films are included in the price of your ticket. Read more.

How long should I plan for my visit?

On average, visitors spend between an hour and two and a half hours inside the aquarium. Your ticket is valid all day, so you can spend as long as you like exploring the exhibits, watching the various entertainments, or eating lunch at the Zen Café. You can also get your hand stamped at the door before enjoying a picnic in the Trocadero and returning later. If you have small children with you then you could spend up to three hours slowly exploring and watching all of the films being shown in the aquarium’s cinema. Read more.

Is photography allowed inside?

You can take photographs and film inside the aquarium, as long as you don’t use flash. Flash photography disturbs the animals in their tanks, as well as the other human visitors. If you’re posting your snaps on Instagram, feel free to tag the Aquarium de Paris so they can see you enjoyed your visit! Read more.

General information

opening hours

The Aquarium de Paris Cinéaqua is open every day of the week and weekend from 10 am to 6 pm, with ticket office closure at 6 pm. The final visit ends at 7 pm and the shop closes at 7 pm. It has a late night on Saturday with reception from 7 pm to 8 pm, last entry at 8 pm. Final visit at 9 pm with the shop closing at 9 pm. It is closed on July 14 but will be open on other public holidays.


Aquarium de Paris
5 Avenue Albert de Mun
75016 Paris


Adult tickets cost €20.50. Youth (13-17) tickets cost €16, while children aged 3 to 12 can enter for €13. Children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge. Senior citizens, students, and unemployed visitors can enter for the reduced price of €16.

how to get there

The Aquarium de Paris is easy to reach via public transport to Trocadéro, which is served by line 6 or 9 of the Paris metro and bus numbers 22 and 30. Alternatively, you can take bus numbers 32 or 63 to Albert de Mun, bus number 72 to Pont de Iena, or bus number 82 to Varsovie. You can also take metro line 9 to Iéna or the RER train line C to Champs de Mars. Discounted parking is available at Parking Kléber Longchamp, which is 5 minutes away from the aquarium.
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