Museo Nazionale dell'Antartide
Alla scoperta del continente di ghiaccio
Una nuova esperienza edutainment per approfondire la conoscenza di una terra sconosciuta e affascinante, scoprire la vita nelle basi di ricerca italiane in Antartide e gli scenari più suggestivi del continente di ghiaccio attraverso filmati, ricostruzioni e reperti scientifici.
Orari e Prezzi
Pianifica la Visita
|Toddlers between 0 and 3 years old||Free entrance|
|Children between 4 and 12 years old||4€|
|Reduced tickets *||5€|
Please Note Closed on Mondays, except on non-working days and in the months of April, May and August.
Please Note Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday: from 10.00 to 18.00
Please Note Saturday, Sunday and non-working days: from 10.00 to 13.00 and from 14.00 to 18.00
Please Note Last entrance
Please Note Last entrance at 17.30* For soldiers and seniors (over 65 years) as well as for disabled persons in possession of a certification issued by appropriate authorities. The assistants of 100% disabled persons have the right to a free entrance.
** Groups: 4€ each, 1 free ticket for every 20th visitor
*** 3€ each for a minimum of 15 students + free tickets for 2 teachers
Non solo Acquario
Bigo Panoramic Lift
The panoramic lift 40 meters above te sea, offering a spectacular 360-degree view of the city of Genoa.
A "drop" of steel and glass suspended over the sea, which hosts vegetable and animal species coming from tropical forests threatened by human exploitation. You will be able to view them from close, admire their fragile beauty and understand how their survival also depends on you.
National Museum of Antarctica
A new edutainment experience to deepen the knowledge of a unique land, discovering life in the Italian research bases in Antarctica and the most evocative landscapes of the ice continent through films, reconstructions and scientific findings
Acquario di Genova
Acquario di Genova, which has been expanded by adding the internal section "Tropical Garden – Un Battito d’Ali” (Wings flapping), has the most extensive range of aquatic biodiversity in Europe in terms of number of tanks and hosted species.
Every year, new areas and new species coming from endangered environments wait for visitors to experience time and again both emotional and educational moments.