Stroke a star fish, feel the spine of a sea urchin or touch a baby shark. Thanks to our facilitators, come and learn through your hands and discover the secrets of the inhabitants of the deep sea.
One of the highlights of a visit to the Monaco Oceanographic Museum, this is a unique opportunity for children to get up close to the fauna and flora of the Mediterranean.
For 45 minutes, our teams invite you to observe and touch some fifteen different species living in a pool open to the public. On the programme: a thousand and one anecdotes about the hermit crab shell, the catshark’s eggs, the crab’s pincers and the cuttlefish’s ink.
Guided by our facilitators, children will discover the particular characteristics of these sea creatures, learn to identify them and respect them. A fun activity to experience with the family, during school holidays !