Visit : Museum/Discover, Safaripark/Zoo/Aquarium
Avenue Emile Bossaert 27
1081 Brussels (KOEKELBERG)
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The public aquarium in Brussels has an extraordinary journey in store for you in the aquatic setting of each continent.
From the North Sea to the oceans and the big African lakes, the mangroves, the Amazon, Asia... enjoy a front row seat of nature. You will discover fish, amphibians and invertebrates through 48 aquariums and aquaterrariums.
Through its permanent exhibition, the aquarium encourages visitors to observe, understand and learn about respecting nature and being responsible.
Respecting our environment
Certain species that are threatened with extinction or that are already extinct in their natural environment can be found in our basins, where they reproduce.
Preparing your visit
The aquarium is closed on Mondays and on public holidays. Last entry is at 5pm. Guided visits available by reservation only.
- Adults: €8.50
- Children under 15: €5
- Children under 1m: free
- Seniors (60+): €6 (each Tuesday, excluding during school holidays)
- Adult groups (min. 10 people): €7
Free audio-guide available in French, Dutch, English, German, Italian, Spanish and Polish.
Car parking available around the Koekelberg Basilica.
Tram 19 with SIMONIS metro connections. Bus 49.
Option to drop off groups in the central alley of the avenue E. Bossaert, in front of the aquarium.
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