PUBLIC AQUARIUM OF BRUSSELS - AQUARIST CENTRE
Avenue Emile Bossaert 27
1081 Brussels (KOEKELBERG)
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A public aquarium in the heart of Brussels on 1200 m²! An extraordinary journey for young and old in the aquatic environments of all continents. In discovery of fish, amphibians and invertebrates by means of 48 aquariums and aquaterrariums. The famous clown fishes and their anemone, poison-arrow and other frogs show you their best to offer you an unforgettable water show. From the North Sea to the oceans and the big African lakes, the mangroves, the Amazon, Asia... you'll have a window on nature. 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. Observe, understand, learn to respect nature and to be responsible.
Discover loads of good ideas for combining your visit to the Brussels Aquarium with other outings!
Closed Mondays and public holidays.
Last visitors admitted at 5pm.
Getting there: vehicles can park around the Koekelberg Basilica. Tram 19 with connection to SIMONIS metro station. Bus 49. Groups can be dropped off in the central lane of the avenue E. Bossaert, outside the aquarium.
Guided tours available by reservation: children (minimum of 10 people) and school students (per class) €5 (with adult supervision). Adults (minimum of 10 people) €9.
Guided tours for school groups Tuesday to Friday during term time between 9am and 12pm.
Personalised guided tours for primary or secondary school pupils (+ educational mini-guide).
Special for Seniors on Tuesdays: €6 instead of €8 (for individuals).
Individuals/families: the entry fee includes an audio guide (languages available: French, Dutch, English, German and Polish).