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Tickets for Aquarium de Paris

A deep-sea excursion in the heart of Paris

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Smartphone tickets accepted
Wheelchair accessible
Opening hours
10:00 - 19:00
Best time to visit


  • Vast tanks display more than 10,000 aquatic creatures, coming from as far as Tahiti, and as close to right next to you in the Seine!
  • Great for the kid in all of us. You get to touch fish and also see mermaids swimming among the other fish to blow little minds wide open
  • Touch fish! A petting pond lets you stroke ornamental fish that seem to find the experience quite pleasant


The Paris Aquarium (also known as Cinéaqua) is a world class festival of the sea. One of the oldest aquariums in the world - it was built in 1867 -, it has more than 10,000 creatures who call its depths home. Featuring mermaid shows, an aquatic cinema and a shark basin stacked with the apex predators, this is an incredible way to add a deep blue dimension to your trip to the center of Paris.

The Paris Aquarium embodies the late-19th-century passion for scientific exploration. Every major city had to have an aquarium, and as Europe’s leading urban light, Paris's had to be the best. Decorated like it stepped out of Jules Verne's Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea, this particular bowl of fishes is as rich with history as it is in aquatic life.

10,000 fish swim in 4 million liters of water, with tanks holding aquatic life from far-flung tropical locales, as well as from closer to home. In fact, the first section is full of carp, sturgeon and roach swimming in a re-creation of the nearby Seine.

The recreated seas of Tahiti and New Caledonia swarm with fish of all colors: angel, clown and triggerfish jockey for position, as they dart among rock and coral. The scale is awe-inspiring; it’s not surprising that this was once Europe’s largest aquarium.

The show stealers, however, are the sharks. Four species of these predators of the deep never fail to elicit squeals from the kids, and nervous laughter from everyone else.

The aquarium also has two large screens that show aquatic documentaries, live feeding demonstrations, and a touchtank, where kids can get their hands on some slippery ornamental fish.

At the end of your visit you'll emerge into one of the most beautiful parts of the city. Eiffel Tower at your elbow, the Champs-Élysées at your back, and the whole city at your fingertips. Off you go, there's more to explore.


Aquarium de Paris
5 Avenue Albert de Mun, 75016 Paris


What's included?

  • Entrance to the Aquarium de Paris
  • Food and drinks

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How to use your tickets

Simply show your mobile ticket on your smartphone at the 'ticket holders' line and you're in.


Large bags aren't allowed and there are no lockers onsite.

Customer reviews

Dec 19, 2016
It was a great experience. My family enjoyed a lot. Would like to go back again
Dec 6, 2016
Tiqets, offers a great and easy services. Expected a bit more from the attraction.
Miroslav, Austria
Nov 19, 2016
Great experience !
Feb 16, 2017
Très sympa spectacle à ne pas rater
Monica, France
Feb 6, 2017
Endroit captivant pour un enfant de 3 ans
Plein de surprises, d émotions et de découvertes
Marie-Hélène, France
Jan 30, 2017
Des fluctuations sur imprimer, pas imprimer billet, file billets ou sens...sur trottinettes interdites, par tel et il y avait quelques petits qui en avaient -drame!- tout ça dans la bonne humeur. Moment de plaisir, enfants emballes, ils peuvent bien voir, bien carresser le poisson jaune qui adore se faire gratter le dos, mention spéciale pour Nemo et Dori. Sirènes peuvent mieux faire.....on peut bien circuler et les petits, courrier. On y reviendra.
michel, France
Jan 29, 2017
Exellante escapade avec les enfants.
André Hans
Jan 6, 2017
Pour les enfants et les grands , idéal
Jan 1, 2017
Pas suffisamment de place. Étouffant. Autrement les spécimen sont magnifiqued
Agnès, France
Jan 1, 2017
Mon petit fils Mattei et moi étions à l'aquarium ce jeudi Nous sommes satisfaits de notre visite et Nous la renouvellerons