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Aquarium et Musee de Zoologie

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Aquarium et Musee de Zoologie

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Quai Edouard Van Beneden 22, Liege 4020 Belgium
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Charleigh C wrote a review Feb. 2021
67 contributions19 helpful votes
The museum in particular is outdated and needs some care. Not much educational info - just full of (sometimes badly) stuffed animals which I personally don't like. Aquarium was better but the tanks seemed small. Our visit was less than 1 hour in total. The museum is 2 floors up to the entrance, and the aquarium is 2 floors down from the entrance. Both areas are quite small - I thought it would be bigger as the building is HUGE from the outside. Price is reasonable.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Bartdelahaye wrote a review Jan. 2021
Leuven, Belgium24 contributions11 helpful votes
On the website was mentioned that a reservation is not needed. On arrival, we needed to wait more than 30 minutes. Once at the desk, they told us to wait until 40 more people who had reserved a ticket were allowed entrance. We left...
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Response from LaetitiaHubens, Chargée en Communication at Aquarium et Musee de Zoologie
Responded 4 weeks ago
I am sorry for your disappointment. We try to manage our visitors as well as possible while our staff is reduced as a consequence of the health crisis. The number of authorised visitors is limited, so that we had to make booking compulsory. This information has been published on our website. Maybe you visited our website before it was.
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Kawaii D wrote a review Nov. 2019
Belgium91 contributions21 helpful votes
August 2016: I was really curious about this place. The aquarium part was really nice, but the animal part of the museum was a bit overwhelming. There were a lot of stuffed animals, most of them I had never seen before. If your around, you should take a look.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Luecht wrote a review Oct. 2019
Leuven, Belgium335 contributions61 helpful votes
Not only is the museum a bit awkward on lay-out with the aquarium in the cellar and the zoological museum on top (with two floors of other functions in between), also it’s in dire need of an overhaul. It’s practically a museum you would expect to find in the 70’s of last decade. Hardly any interaction, hand-written notes of explanation and well, let’s not even talk of the cloakroom. On the other hand, it’s low fee (6,2€) or free with museumpas/ passmusee. On a positive note: on the second floor there is a playroom for kids 0-5y
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Damian wrote a review Jan. 2019
44 contributions12 helpful votes
The exhibition about fish is quite ok but the tanks could be bigger and some of them should have a nicer decoration for the fish and the visitor. The zoological museum has a very broad collection of animals but they could be presented in a more appealing way. It looks like it is just a collection put together in the attic. Some of the skeletons however are really impressive. However, to my surprise, definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: January 2019
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