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Oceanogràfic. An underwater trip over the biggest aquarium in europe.

Discover the Oceanogràfic

The Oceanogràfic of the City of Arts and Sciences is the largest aquarium in Europe and contains representatives of the world’s main marine ecosystems.

Each building is identified with the following aquatic environments: the Mediterranean, Wetlands, Temperate and Tropical Seas, Oceans, the Antarctic, the Arctic, Islands, and the Red Sea, as well as the Dolphinarium.



The Underwater Restaurant and the Access Building which welcomes visitors stand out because of their spectacular roofs designed by Félix Candela.



Its avant-garde architecture, the arrangement of the various aquariums, and its scientific, leisure, and educational vocation make the marine world more accessible to visitors and make them aware of the need for protecting its fauna and flora.


You can see all the information on the spaces and the general plan of the Oceanogràfic at the following link.

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Whether you have come to visit and forgot to take a souvenir or you have not visited us yet, you have our online store at your disposal.

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The Oceanogràfic hosts a large number of activities and experiences, both for professionals: university courses on the management and maintenance of turtles, sharks, birds or jellyfish and for general public.


Let yourself be surprised by the most important marine ecosystems in the world represented in the Oceanogràfic de València.


Visiting the Oceanogràfic is a unique experience. Everything is possible in this magical place.

Travel through the longest underwater tunnel in Europe, below the sharp teeth of sharks, and discover the only family of beluga whales in Europe.


Immerse yourself and be amazed by the most important marine ecosystems in the world represented at Oceanogràfic Valencia.


Enter an ocean experience, be amazed by the grandeur of the Arctic or travel from Bermuda to the Canary Islands through the longest tunnel in Europe.


Did you know that......?

Jellyfish are cnidarians, word that comes from Greek and means nettle (Cnida-), as this group of animals in their tentacles have stinging cells (cnidocitos) employing both to hunt prey and for their own defense.

Combine your Oceanogràfic ticket with the Museu de les Ciències and/or the Hemisfèric!



Tickets valid for one, two or three consecutive days, without the possibility of repeating the visit to the same building on different days. It is essential to indicate the date of visit of each venue.

A Hemisfèric ticket is valid for one screening.


At the Oceanogràfic​ you have everything you need

Restaurants Oceanogràfic

One of the most avant-garde restaurants in Valencia, located in the most significant building of the Oceanogràfic. Its cuisine is distinguished by its creativity



Gallery Oceanogràfic