Aquarium de Paris
Aquarium de Paris (5 av. Albert de Mun, Champs-Élysées, Paris)(Metro: Trocedéro) – located within Trocadéro gardens, this aquarium has a large collection of exotic fish (over 10,000) from various underwater regions of the world that has a French presence – from the French Caribbean islands and French Guiana, to French Polynesia (including Tahiti), Reunion/Mayotte (Indian Ocean) to the Mediterranean. That, as well as a separate shark tank. There’s even a section where visitors are allowed to touch some of the fish (le basin caresses). In addition, there are also two movie theater screens (a section known as “CineAqua”) which show various films related to sea life.
Hours: Daily from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm. Admission: Adults (€19.90), Children 13 to 17 (€15.90), Children 3 to 12 (€12.90), Children under 3 years old (Free). Various discount rates are also available.