Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium

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  • Address: Nordnesbakken 4, 5005 Bergen, Norway
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +47-40102420
  • Ticket Price: 250 NOK
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Aquarium, Educational Site, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Exhibition

The Bergen Aquarium is known for housing the largest number of fish and invertebrates in all of Europe. Located at the end of the Nordnes Peninsula, the Bergen Aquarium takes pride in its 60 tanks and two massive outdoor pools that are home to seals and penguins. Indoors, the tanks are resplendent with all kinds of fish, especially Norwegian salmon and eels.

If you’re traveling with children, the Bergen Aquarium is one place that you can all enjoy as a family. Don’t miss out on the display of alligators where you can see one from each part of the world. The other highlight of the Aquarium is The Aquarium: Bergen and the Local Coastline, a video directed by Norway’s best innovator as well as the 3D film, SOS Planet.

  • For children aged between 3 and 13, the ticket is priced at NOK 150.
  • If you’re a family consisting of two adults and two children, you can avail of a combined family ticket priced at NOK 700.

  • Bus:Take Bus 11 from Bergen city centre.

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  • Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium Address: Nordnesbakken 4, 5005 Bergen, Norway
  • Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium Contact Number: +47-40102420
  • Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium Timing: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm
  • Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium Price: 250 NOK
  • Best time to visit Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium(preferred time): 11:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium: 03:00 Hrs
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  • Website: http://www.akvariet.no/
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  • 57.43% of people who visit Bergen include Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium in their plan

  • 64.06% of people start their Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday

93.29% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium

People normally club together Lyse Abbey and Bryggens Museum while planning their visit to Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium.

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  • It may seem fairly small, but the aquarium has many cool animals, including penguins and performing otters. They also have a small rock pool-type tank where children can put their hands in and touch a few harmless sea creatures.^^ And they have some insects, reptiles and sharks, for those who like more "creepy" animals.

  • Rather informative too bad most attractions are tailored for kids. There are a few things can be improved - maybe sheltered area for seals and otter place since it rains quite frequently in Bergen? - most tanks do not have the same living being as what have described on the labels. - The arrangement of the animal can be improved.

  • The penguins that they have are the fastest in the entire world. The experience is truly amazing. I almost feel connected to nature. It seems small at first but once you enter the building it gets big. It's great for both adults and kids.

  • The aquarium in Bergen is a fantastic place for both people who go in alone because of curiosity and big families who wants to entertain and teach their child/children about animals from different parts of the world. The Aquarium of Bergen is known to keep their animals healthy and happy, and this also reflects on the awesome staff who work tirelessly to make a great experience ever greater! I would give 10 stars, but google only allows 5 :P

  • The best aquarium probably in all of Europe. The sea lions presentation at 3pm, is a must! Penguins are available for viewing all the time, however their feeding time is at 5pm.

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