"Aquaria" located on the island of Djurgården. It is the smallest and most modern museum in Stockholm.
In the room of the museum created a tropical forest.
Here there is a hurricane of wind and storm, and "swamp" with numerous representatives of the class of fishes.
In the museum you will learn about water to the inhabitants of the seven seas, tropical jungle and Scandinavian lakes.
In the glassed-in room you can see right over your head sailing sharks.
Cosy terrace cafe opens a wonderful view of the island.
Here you can watch films about the life of fish, and buy souvenirs.
Water Museum «Aquaria»
Discover the Amazon in an aqueous Museum Aquaria («Aquaria") in Stockholm. Here you can see the sea bass or sea wolves, stingray-hvostokola and other tropical fish. As the evening Feel the power of an approaching thunderstorm storm in a humid tropical forest. Take a walk in the morning mist on a rope bridge over a river infested piranhas. Getting out of the rainforest, you can explore the underwater life of the inhabitants of the river.
Marvel at the sharks in the tropical marine aquarium. Way through a glass tunnel, you can get acquainted with the life of starfish, coral, anemones, clown fish and writhing in their caves moray eels.
From the tropics will take you to the cooler northern region, where you can see the life of the inhabitants of fresh waters of Sweden, for example, common toad and trout. Every year in November and December, trout sent to spawn from the open sea by a special artificial rapids right in the Museum of Aquaria.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 14:00 you can see how the museum staff feed the inhabitants of tropical rain forests and freshwater Sweden. On Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays at 14:30 you can see the shark feeding.
The museum also contains a café and gift shop.
Prior to the Museum of Water Aquaria, located in the immediate vicinity of the amusement park Gröna Lund (Lund Gren) can be reached by ferry or by bus route number 47 or 44. Water Museum is located on the seafront, a short walk from the museum's vase (Vasa).
Hours Water Museum
For adults - 6.00LVL
For children 6-15 years old - 3.00LVL
Children under 5 years - free