The Liège Aquarium-Museum is best visited with the family. Young and old will marvel at the richness and beauty of the Animal Kingdom.
Dive head first into the rivers, lakes, seas and oceans of the world and encounter more than 200 animal species in over 50 tanks.
Discover close to 20.000 preserved species, stuffed or as skeletons and gaze, wide-eyed at some remarkable animals.
The best bits for your children
Children aged 3 to 6 love:
Meeting all the multi-coloured fish. Marvelling at the beauty of the animals. Standing face-to-face with their cartoon heros: Nemo, King Julian the lemur...
Children aged 6 to 12 love:
Trying to recognise all the animals. Filling in the Carnet du Naturaliste Explorateur (the Naturalist Explorer's Journal).
Reading each species' different anecdotes. Deepening their knowledge of the underwater world.
The best bits for parents
Seeing their children discover new animals, jumping at the sight of the stuffed bear and helping them answer their questions. Admiring the Blaschka space where glass models of invertebrate marine animals are exhibited.
Top events of 2015
19 June, from 5pm to 9pm - Inauguration of the new tropical lagoon in the "Sharks and coral reefs" room, as part of the summer "nocturne" (late-evening opening.
October and November 2015 - An exhibition of photographs by Cindy Jeanon: "Métamorphose dans l'immensité du bleu".
18 December 2015 - "Nuit au Musée" (Night at the Museum), an extraordinary discovery of the natural sciences collections in the company of actors, storytellers...
There's always something stunning at the Liège Aquarium-Museum!