Rules for visiting during the covid period
Did you know?
The Oceanographic Museum of Monaco is open every day except Christmas Day (25 December) and the Formula 1 Grand Prix weekend.
There is no shortage of opportunities to discover the ocean floor!
To experience the Ocean fully, plan on a 2-hour visit.
|Janvier | Février | Mars||10h00 à 17h00|
|January | February | March||10:00 am to 6:00 pm|
|April | May | June||10:00 am to 7:00 pm|
|July | August||9:30am to 8:00pm|
|September||10:00am to 7:00pm|
|Oct | Nov | DEC||10:00am to 6:00pm|
A visit to the Museum is an invitation to travel and explore. In order to do so in the best conditions in times of health crisis, discover the new rules of visit and buy your ticket online.
The virtual visit
Discover the Museum from your living room! Thanks to a 360° high definition camera, discover the atmosphere of our sumptuous building!
On the ground floor, enjoy the majesty of our rooms: Princess Alice Hall, Salon d’Honneur, Conference Room. On the first floor, explore the world’s largest cabinet of curiosities dedicated to the ocean, Oceanomania, the interactive space Monaco and the Ocean and the Whale Room.
On the top floor, enjoy the restaurant La Terrasse, the Turtle Island and the playground with your children.
In the depths of the Museum, grandiose aquariums of the Mediterranean and tropical seas await you, as well as the brand new space L’Odyssée des Tortues Marines, partly outdoors.
A committed shop to extend your visit
Discover the range of personalized objects designed and selected for you with a view to sustainability and reduction of packaging:
- Plush toys
- T-shirts and textiles
The commitment of our shop is to eliminate almost all plastic packaging. We have greatly expanded our “BIO” line. Three new ranges of organic cotton plush toys made from recycled plastic bottles will soon be available in stores. We are waiting for a new range of personalized paper toys. So, more than ever, come and discover our committed shop!
Restaurant " La Terrasse
You are on the terrace of the Oceanographic Museum: an observation deck between sky, land and sea, it is also the highest point of the Museum -and of the Rock- at 85 meters above the Mediterranean Sea… You can have a meal at the restaurant La Terrasse or simply quench your thirst in the Lounge area…
Yes : you just have to send your request directly to the shop via the contact form, which you will find at this address :
The Museum is open to visitors 9 months to 99 years of age!
Only level -1 is accessible via the stairs. The other floors and rooms in the Musuem are accessible by lift.
No, including small dogs in transport bags. Only guide dogs for the blind are allowed. We do not have a kennel; there is however one that can look after your pet only a few metres from the Museum.
You can choose how to organise your day. The Palace is 5 minutes’ walk from the Museum.