Frequently asked questions

You need more information about the Aquarium?

Are animals welcome in the Grand Aquarium?

Unfortunately animals are not welcome in the Grand Aquarium.

 

What are the opening times?

Opening times vary according to the season. Please consult the calendar.

 

How much is parking?

Parking is free. It is open when the Aquarium is open.

 

What is the admission price?

Adult €14 Children (aged 4-12) €10.50

 

What is the minimum group size for a reduced price? 

Group rates are available for a minimum of 20 people.

 

Is there parking for motorhomes?

Motorhomes can park in the Grand Aquarium car park. Use the intercom for access. Overnight parking is not authorised.

 

Is it possible to visit the Grand Aquarium with a wheelchair or pusher?

The site is entirely accessible and on one level.

 

Do you lend wheelchairs?

Yes, book on +33 (0)2 47 23 44 57

 

How long does the visit take?

The visit takes from 1 hour 30 minutes to 2 hours.

 

What are the snack bar opening times?

The snack bar is open from mid-July to mid-August; Hot and cold drinks and ice cream vending machines are available in the reception area.  

 

Is it possible to enter and exit the Aquarium during the visit? 

Yes, as often as you like, on the same day and by presenting your ticket.

 

Is it possible to go to the shop without visiting the Aquarium?

The shop is open to all, even if you do not visit the Aquarium.

 

Is there a picnic area?

A shaded picnic area is available in the car park. There is a table for disabled people.                           

 

Is there a bike parking area?

There is a bike parking area near the reception area.                                                       

 

Is there a luggage service?

Luggage lockers are available for your personal belongings including helmets.                                                                              

 

Can I cycle to the Grand Aquarium?

The “La Loire à Vélo” cycling route passes in front of the Aquarium car park.

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