Krakow Aquarium in Krakow

 

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The Krakow Aquarium and Natural History Museum is a uniquely designed modern attraction. We have incorporated modern computer info points and hand-made, detailed animal exhibits made to similate real environments and house multiple cohabitable species. Our knowledgable and enthusiastic staff will answer all your questions and guide you along so you can fully experience everything.


As you walk in you will be submerged into the underwater world through colorful fish, seahorses, corals, pirahnas, eels, and many other species including our octopus mascot. Turn the corner and you can sit and relax in front of a waterfall cascading into a large pond filled with turtles, koi, oscars and other fish, surrounded by orchids and other lush plantlife. Next go through our fresh water grotto where you can gaze through the aquariums filled with fresh water fish as you make your way through to the fossils & minerals display. Then as you make your way up to the next level follow the evolutionary line beautifully painted by a local artist. As you enter the exotarium we hope you will feel part of our exotic jungle with our snapping turtle, rare peruvian crocodile monitors, anacondas and even a pair ot cotton top tamarins. Take a left and step into the cloud forest full of poison arrow dart frogs, geckos, iguanas and other critters. Then visits some of our desert and shrubland reptiles such as frilled lizards, uromastyx, aldabra tortoises and even our 25 year old cuban rock iguana. Round the corner and take a close eye to eye look at the largest venomous collection in Poland - cobras, rattlesnakes, vipers, and helodermas (the only venomous lizard species in the world). We also house a insect collection and many other snake and lizard species such as boas, pythons, chameleons, tegus and so many more. Also, as part of the permanent museum exhibit we feature the only fully preserved whooly rhino ever found.
Address: 9 St Sebastiana Street
Opening hours:
Mondays – Fridays – 9:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Saturdays – 9:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Sundays – 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Tickets:
19,50 PLN – normal

13,50 PLN - reduced





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