Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium, Bergen
About Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium, Bergen
Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium, Bergen - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price
Address: Nordnesbakken 4, 5005 Bergen, Norway
Ticket Price: 250 NOK
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
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Aquarium, Educational Site, Entertainment, Family And Kids, Exhibition
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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.
Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium Ticket Prices
- 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.
How To reach Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium by Public Transport
- Bus:Take Bus 11 from Bergen city centre.
Restaurants Near Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium
- Kafe Kippers
- USF Verftet
- Da Stefano
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Akvariet Or Bergen Aquarium, Bergen Reviews - Write a Review
We took our kids here for my daughter's birthday while visiting family. The kids had a lot of fun and really enjoyed the shark tunnel. Being outside during feeding time is key! We were quite thrilled at the close proximity we were allowed to be in while checking out the wildlife.
Quality over quantity here. Not the biggest aquarium but definitely a great place to check out.
Lots of fish from all over the world, both local and tropical. There are two cute sea lions who do a show. You can also touch snakes during the tropical presentation.
Went with my family. We were really impressed with the area where you can touch the fish. The entrance fee is quite high.
Nice aquarium, lots to see and lots of information presented in a lovely way. The animals seem happy, and the price was reasonable for how much you get to see.
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