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Paris: Aquarium de Paris Entrance Ticket

1. Paris: Aquarium de Paris Entrance Ticket

Head to the Trocadéro Gardens in the heart of Paris to enjoy an access to the Aquarium de Paris. Boasting more than 10,000 fish from around the globe, the 3,500-square meter venue offers an exciting introduction to the world’s oceans and rivers. See fearsome sharks and sweet sea urchins. Look out for shy clown fish, and marvel at the sting rays. The marine life hails from areas as diverse as the Reunion Islands of the Indian Ocean to the estuaries and basins of the River Seine. There’s even a touch pool that allows you to stroke and feed the fish. Aquarium de Paris also boasts 2 cinemas that show fascinating National Geographic documentaries, as well as fish related cartoons for the kids. The young ones will also love the ever-changing program of pirate shows and water dances. Spend a magical day with your family or friends, learning more about the life under the water, and enjoy free access to the daily program of interactive workshops (no reservations required).

SEA LIFE Paris: Admission Ticket

2. SEA LIFE Paris: Admission Ticket

Enjoy entry to SEA LIFE Paris to discover the aquarium's residents, new and old, as well as special events. Step beneath the waves at SEA LIFE Paris and get closer than ever before to over 2250 creatures, including fascinating penguins, majestic sharks, enchanting seahorses, and magnificent green turtles. Find out what it feels like to touch a starfish and a range of creatures living in the interactive rock pool. Discover fun talks, animal feeding sessions, and interactive experiences like I-Sand Creation and Virtual Aquarium. Come nose to beak with playful penguins in the Antarctic Adventure and see turtles and sharks in Atlantis. Don't miss the new themed zone that will allow you to travel to Asia.

Paris: Paris Zoological Park Entrance Ticket

3. Paris: Paris Zoological Park Entrance Ticket

Come face to face with all kinds of animals from all over the world at the Paris Zoological Park. Formerly known as the Bois de Vincennes Zoological Park, the park is divided into different zones that provide lots to explore. Paris Zoological Park underwent two years of refurbishment work in 2014. The animals are grouped into five biozones. As you travel through the park, move from Europe to Madagascar, from Africa to Patagonia and the Amazon. In the African zone, expect sightings of lions, giraffes, and zebras. Europe has wolves, lynxes, and otters. The Amazon zone has jaguars, monkeys, and macaws, while Patagonia has penguins, pumas, and pudus. These are just some of the zones and only a few of the animals. There are also birds, lizards, snakes, tarantulas, frogs, fish, and mammals big and small. If you're an animal lover, there will be plenty here to put a smile on your face.

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What people are saying about Paris

Overall rating

4.5 / 5

based on 189 reviews

Very pleasantly surprised. You can see the zoo first or do the safari tour first. You can see a lot of animals and the park is quite large. Facility is clean and the animals look very well cared for. Worth watching!

beautiful pools with many varied and unknown fish and a nice Mermaid show appreciated by all: 4-year-old child, his 36-year-old father and his 65 and 72-year-old grandparents

Me and the family with teenager and adult children thought it was a wonderful experience to watch all the animals. Cozy to be underground.

Huge aquarium with many sharks. There is also a great petting zoo with koi carp.

A worthy aquarium, an hour and a half flew by unnoticed