A TEMPLE OF THE SEA
The Musée Océanographique, built on the side of the cliff, rises 85 m above the sea.
When visiting the Musée Océanographique in Monaco, you can see over 6,000 specimens in the pools of this temple of the sea. For example, you can touch a starfish, stroke a baby shark and even feed the fish. Unless you’re staring open-mouthed at the impressive 2.8-ton suspended whale skeleton! A hundred or so aquariums and ponds including the shark lagoon where turtles, moray eels and giant guitarfish coexist with these impressive predators. With its world-renowned expertise, visiting the Musée Océanographique in Monaco is a must during your stay on the Côte d’Azur.