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Muséum-Aquarium de Nancy

Nature and environment
Nancy
France
The Aquarium-Museum of Nancy is located in an art-déco building and comprises a zoological gallery, several galleries of aquariums as well as temporary exhibitions. Visitors are presented with material in three languages, namely German, French and English. The zoological collections, which were started in the late 18th century, present all continents and world seas. A selection of 600 animals presents the entire world of animals. The majority of the collections with their almost 140,000 pieces, are

however stored in the archive and are reserved for research. These items are regularly presented to the public in temporary exhibitions. The tropical aquariums invite visitors to admire animals in their reconstructed natural environment. 57 aquariums, consisting of between 200 and 15,000 litres of
water, take visitors to the tropical seas of the Red Sea, the River Amazon or Lake Victoria. Among the 300 species presented are groupers, octopuses, sea urchins, shrimps and many more aquatic animals.
Muséum-Aquarium de Nancy
Muséum-Aquarium de Nancy
Muséum-Aquarium de Nancy
Opening hours

TUE-SUN 09.00-12.00, 14.00-18.00

closed: 1/01, 1/05, 25/12
Address
Muséum-Aquarium de Nancy
34 rue Sainte-Catherine
54000
Nancy
France
+33 3 83 32 99 97

48.694898, 6.188328