Aquarium of Saint-Malo


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The aquarium of Saint-Malo presents:
- The ecosystem of temperate and cold seas showing jellyfish and giant crabs of Japan, up to 3.80 meters wide,
- The tropical collection will enchant you with its colors and its staging,
- The sunked galleon will impress you with the presentation of sharks
- The equatorial forest, with piranhas and turtles in Florida,
- The touch pool, covered outside,
- The circular ring of sharks where 8 predators and 4 sea turtles circle all around you (reopened in April 2011),
- The submarine Nautibus where the underwater world has been recreated and where you will live an unforgettable experience of a simulated dive onboard a submarine.

Overall, the impression kept after visiting the aquarium is very pleasing and the scent of adventure and of discoeries animate children as well as the olders.

Rue du General Patton
35400 Saint-Malo.

Located near the interchange between the RN137 (direction Saint-Servan, on axis Saint-Malo - Rennes) and the D168, you can access it by train (TGV direct from Paris) and then by bus from the train station (bus stop 'Aquarium').

N 48°38'59'' O 02°01'00''

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Two hours allow you to have a complete view of the aquarium exhibits (including the visit of the Nautibus).

The detailed schedule of opening of the aquarium is given by clicking here.

Disclaimer : The management team of the destination has the possibility to change the opening days and hours without prior communication.

A free parking for 500 cars is provided at the entrance of the aquarium.
Pets are not allowed.
A restaurant and a picnic area are present.

Pictures are allowed only without flash, not to disturb the animals.

The aquarium is open to the public of all ages and all physical conditions (an elevator is available to access the different basins). The visit of the Nautibus is possible for all ages but needs to go down some stairs: strollers are left at the entrance of the Nautibus).

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