Did you know that jellyfishes or mosquitoes are much more deadly than sharks? The mission of the exhibition is to raise awareness about the importance of protecting this threatened species, essential for the health of oceans ecosystems.
The most surprising attraction is of course the “bassin-caresse”, which is an open basin where you can dip your hands to touch the sharks. This basin is a unique experience that will appeal to many children and parents!
Our tip: Prefer morning visits as sharks often sleep in the afternoon.
To avoid the 20-30 minute waiting line, we suggest you to come Wednesday evening, the museum is open until midnight !