The Oceanographic Museum in Monaco Ville, Monaco was inaugurated in 1910 by Prince Albert.
The museum is an integral part of the Oceanographic Institute and is dedicated towards increasing public awareness about oceans. It has numerous exhibits of sea fauna including turtles, starfish and seahorse. In addition, it has an extensive collection of oceanic objects such as model ships, weapons and things made with materials sourced from the seas.
Visitors should also visit the Aquarium that is located in the basement of the same building. It is home to over 4,000 species of fish and 200 varieties of invertebrates. One could also view a presentation on tropical as well as Mediterranean marine eco systems.Places nearby:
The Palais du Prince: The Grimaldi Family's Historic Residence 0 km / 0 mi
The Prince's Palace: Over 700 Years of History 0 km / 0 mi
Marineland: Experience Sea Animals Up Close 27 km / 16 mi
De Ferrari Square: Genoas Centre Point with Splendid Architecture 142 km / 88 mi
Basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde: Marseille's Coastal Basilica 173 km / 107 mi