Grand AquariumCurrently Closed
- Address: Rue du Général Patton, 35402 Saint-Malo, France, St-malo
- Timings: 10:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
- Phone: +33-299211900
- Ticket Price: 16 EUR
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Aquarium, Family And Kids
Grand Aquarium - Review
11,000 marine animals covering about 600 species are housed in this fantastic aquarium. The marine world is divided up by ecosystems – cold and temperate seas, mangroves, tropics, and a ship wreck! At the touch pool you can get up close and personal with rays and sea stars. There’s a pool that rings around you, and houses turtles and sharks. You can hire the venue for personal or corporate events. And definitely check out the Nautibus, a mini-submersible.
Grand Aquarium Information
- Pets not allowed.
- There is a carpark.
Grand Aquarium Ticket Prices
- 4-14 years old: EUR 12
- Under 4: Free
Grand Aquarium Hours
- In November and January, the aquarium may be closed for a few weeks; check the schedule on the attraction website.
How To reach Grand Aquarium by Public Transport
- Bus C1 stops at the Grand Aquarium.
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Things to Know Before Visiting Grand Aquarium
95% of people who visit St-malo include Grand Aquarium in their plan
3 PM - 4 PM
37.42% of people start their Grand Aquarium visit around 3 PM - 4 PM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Grand Aquarium
91.27% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Grand Aquarium
Grand Aquarium Trips
Grand Aquarium, St-malo Reviews
Beautiful place with heaps of different aquariums, some educational halls for kids and very well decorated tanks on display. Great place when weather isn't so good (rain or in our case heatwave). Must see for fish/aquarium lovers. -- Find my review helpful? Please click like /👍 much appreciated --
Great collection, healthy and well presented. Fun and educational for children. Even the twins (eighteen months) were enchanted.
Interesting and nice museum at a reasonable price. When I attended with my family it was extremely crowded ruining the experience as you had to elbow your way with the kids to every aquarium display and try not to lose the kids in the dark and crowded museum. It was a rainy day so a lot of people had the same idea to go visit.
Nice aquarium. Went on a Sunday afternoon and it wasn't too busy. Staff speak a range of languages and tons of parking. There is also a mini indoor submarine ride which the kids enjoyed.
A fantastic display of sea life, really large displays, love the circular tank where they swim around you, there is a simulator and submarine like ride, information in English as well as French, staff multi lingual as well, small picnic area outside, get tickets from tourist information at intra-muros to save €1.5 a great way to spend a couple of hours, really enjoyed our visit