Our opening hours

Did you know?

The Musée Océanographique de Monaco is open every day of the week. 

There are plenty of opportunities to come and explore the sea bed!

The Museum is only closed for the weekend of the Monaco Formula 1 Grand Prix (end of May) and on Christmas Day (25th December).

Janvier | Février | Mars 10h00 à 18h00
April | May | June 10:00am to 7:00pm
July | August 9:30am to 8:00pm
September 10:00am to 7:00pm
October | November | December 10:00am to 6:00pm

Our prices

With your ticket you have access to all areas of the Museum: aquarium, Museum, permanent and temporary exhibitions, as well as our brand-new new area “The Odyssey of Sea Turtles”, which is partly outdoors.

Some of our activities are free-of-charge: for the others, check the availability when you buy your tickets or directly at the Museum.

We also offer multi-pass deals (with the Prince’s Palace, the Exotic Garden, the Animal Garden or the Princes of Monaco’s car collections…): check the prices in our brochure by clicking on the following link.

See you soon at the Musée Océanographique 

HOW DO WE GET TO THE MUSEUM?

By bus

From Monaco, take bus lines n° 1 or 2 towards “Rocher” and get off at the terminal, Place de la Visitation.

From Nice or Menton, bus n°100 goes to Monaco.

Link to the bus schedule for Monaco.

On foot

Pedestrian access from the Place d’Armes, down the Avenue de la Porte Neuve or the Major ramp and then Saint-Martin Gardens.

See the itinerary…

By train

There are several trains per day to get to Monaco, from Nice, Cannes, Menton and also Marseille, Toulon, Gênes, etc.

We have a partnership with the SNCF train services and can offer you discount prices..

Find out more about the discount prices.

See the train times.

By car

The Musée Océanographique de Monaco is in the centre of Monaco, in the Principauté district, just a stone’s throw from the Prince’s Palace.

See a map.

The Pêcheurs car park, underneath the building with more than 500 spaces means you can park at the Museum itself.

Take the lifts and escalators up to the main entrance.

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Map of the Museum

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VIRTUAL TOUR

Come and discover the Museum in just a a few clicks!

On the ground floor, you can discover the majestic rooms: Princess Alice Hall, VIP Lounge, Conference Room. On the first floor, explore the biggest cabinet of curiosities dedicated to the world’s oceans, Oceanomania, the interactive Monaco and the Ocean area and the Whale Room.

On the top floor, enjoy the Terrasse resturant, Turtle Island and the children’s play area.

In the Museum basements, vast aquariums await you, to explore the Mediterranean and tropical seas, as well as the brand new Odyssey of Sea Turtles, which is partly outdoors.

Extend your visit with a trip to the Gift Shop

Discover a range of custom items designed and selected for you by the Musée Océanographique

  • Eco-friendly products/li>
  • Books
  • Toys
  • Soft toys
  • T-shirts

THE RESTAURANT "La Terrasse"

You are on the roof-top terrace of the Musée Océanographique: Observation point between the sky, the earth and the sea, it is also the highest point of the Museum – and of Monaco – at 85 metres above sea level… You can enjoy a meal at the restaurant La Terrasse or just have a drink in the Lounge area…

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