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Akvariet i Bergen, Bergen
Categories: Zoos & Aquariums, Nature & Parks
At Akvariet i Bergen, meet the marine life residents along the Norwegian coast. This relatively small aquarium featuring 60 tanks of fish, three outdoor ponds, and a reptile house provides visitors with the chance to see codfish, watch penguin feedings, and experience a show with seals and sea lions. In the tropical section, learn how to handle a snake, see the feeding of crocodiles, and get to know various lizards and South American monkeys. The aquarium also hosts a 3-D cinema, where you can watch films on subjects like turtles and killer whales. You'll find a small cafe, a gift shop, and restrooms on site. Arrange your visit to Akvariet i Bergen and discover more family-friendly attractions in Bergen using our Bergen vacation builder.
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We had a wonderful experience at the aquarium. We enjoyed very much to see the Penguin's feeding, the Seal's show and the rest of the Nordic animals. Very special-if you are in Bergen, we recommend to... read more »
We have visited this aquarium with my parents, who just love sea life. It was great! We were pleased by two performances: of pengiuns and of sea lions. Many beautiful fished in aquariums and very info... read more »
architecture originale, on fait rapidement le tour mais le plus de cet aquairum est la partie tropicaleoriginal architecture, we toured quickly but most of this aquairum is tropicalshow original
Indoors are quite small and grouded. But overall a nice exhibition. Also the sea lion show was ok.
Fun for booth children and adults. Animals from all over the world and ocean! Say hello to Selma the seal for me!
Fun penguin show. Lots of different activities happening for free every hour in different areas. also fun to explore on your own.
Good place for visit for young and old. Considering its small, they get a lot in a small space. Prices are reasonable and excellent if you buy a years pass (worth it if you live in Bergen and visit more than 2 times in a year).
For kids and toddlers, chose not to go in - as it looked deserted and was definitely over priced.
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