Aquarium of Genoa Tickets
The largest aquarium in Europe
The ocean and its liveliest residents are ready to make a splash on your trip to Genoa in Europe's biggest (and possibly best) aquarium.
Learn something new about the kind of critters who inhabit our seas as you explore its depths from behind some very thick glass! See the dolphins splashing, the penguins waddling, the sharks circling, the crocs and piranhas snapping, and learn about the rare manatees who gave rise to the myth of mermen and mermaids.
There are 3,000 m2 of exhibition space in this oceanic spectacular, located in what looks like an old ship in the harbor. See 12,000 animals (and 200 plant species) across 70 amazing rooms. Jellyfish, seals and colorful tropical fish will all leave you wanting to learn how to scuba dive... or wanting to head to the nearest sushi restaurant (Sssh).
Learn to love the undersea while aboard a boat in Genoa's old port. This is the life aquatic!
- Address: Aquarium of Genoa - Ponte Spinola, 16128, Genoa
- Hours: Nov - Feb: 09:30 - 20:00, Sat & Sun 09:30 - 21:00. Mar - Jun & Sep - Oct: 09:00 - 20:00, Sat & Sun 08:30 - 21:00. July & August: 08:30 - 22:30. Last admission 2 hours before closing time
- Skip the line, go to the 'C-way desk' and show your smartphone ticket at the reception desk.
Aquarium of Genoa + Galata Sea Museum
Two great watery attractions with one ticket
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Genoa Museums & Activities
- Skip The Line
- Instant ticket delivery
- Smartphone tickets accepted
- Wheelchair accessible
- Metro: Any metro to San Giorgio or Darsena
- Bus: 1, 9, 32 or 635 to Caricamento/Acquario
- Skip the line to 3,000 m2 of exhibition space in Europe’s largest aquarium!
- See sharks, penguins, manatees and dolphins, touch the stingrays, and see over 12,000 creatures, spread across 70 rooms
- Learn about the ocean as you go, thanks to informative exhibitions. You’ll soon be an expert on all things oceanic!