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This small aquarium is ideal for a short visit of a couple of hours. it has an interesting range of fish and two rare albino alligators.it does have a lift to the main building but not down to the actual aquarium so it is difficult...More
Had a quick look on tripadvisor and thought it would be fine since all the reviews are very positive. How wrong!! So cruel. Tiny tanks for far too many fish. They look very stressed out and unhappy. Horrible experience heartbreaking ☹️ wish I hadn’t contributed...More
This aquarium isn’t the biggest by no stretch of the imagination however it’s perfect for killing a couple of hours.
The exterior of the building is beautiful with the finest detail in the design. Upon entering the building you will head to the ticket desk...More
Was happy to visit this morning the beautiful aquarium, one of the oldest in the world from 1931 with fish from all around the world, as well as understand better museum of immigration for France last 200 years. The building is very beautiful modern art....More
We live in the East of Paris and so this Aquarium is a 25 minute walk from home and it is very much worth it. My son, who is 2, visited a few weeks ago with his nanny and enjoyed it and so we took...More
If you enjoy underwater live and are not looking for the biggest, the most dangerous or he most colourful fishes in the world you are in the right place. There is a lot to be seen and the descriptions are well made. With an entry...More
We have visited some pretty cool and big aquariums so this one doesn't compare much. However if you have an hour to kill, on a rainy day for example, or/and if you want to show your kids something nice, it's a pleasant enough and relaxing...More
We bought the combo ticket at Porte Doree that including the Immigration History Museum and the Aquarium. My son was a little bored in the Immigration museum but we were all impressed with the aquarium. The tanks at this aquarium are so well maintained with...More
I have visited the aquarium at the Val d'Europe twice and I thought it was nice ..have heard many times in the past about the Porte Doree aquarium but always thought that it would be too small and not meeting up with expectations...Obviously, I was...More
Nestled between the Seine, Bastille, and Père Lachaise lies a peaceful side of town where wide avenues and impressive buildings accompany green spaces and small parks. Landscaped havens are plentiful, from the Bercy Park to La Coulée Verte and most impressively the Bois de Vincennes, which even contains a medieval castle on its doorstep. For an escape from the masses head to this calming neighbourhood where real Parisians make
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Hello Coral84! No need at all for a tour to be booked...you will be able to wander around the aquarium with a lot off ease!You could also visit the new Paris zoo...a bit pricey but if the weather is nice you will enjoy... More
Hello Coral84! No need at all for a tour to be booked...you will be able to wander around the aquarium with a lot off ease!You could also visit the new Paris zoo...a bit pricey but if the weather is nice you will enjoy it!The tram is just on top of the metro station and it won't take more than a dozen of minutes until you get there....if you still have any questions, i'd be more than happy to assist!