This year again, Cinéaqua strengthens its partnership set up four years ago with the Musée du Chocolat to throw an always more delicious Easter egg hunt for small and big visitors.
As soon as the aquarium opens on Sunday April 21, 2019, shoals of children will storm the corridors and alleys looking for the 500 chocolate eggs hidden all along the aquarium route. Near the sharks, the Oggy and the Cockroaches exhibition or at the pet fish tanks, you’ll have to keep your eyes peeled.
There is no age limit, all foodies are expected, and the hunt doesn’t need an additional cost. But here’s a piece od advice: come as soon as doors open to have more chances to find eggs.
An original and fun hunt enabling to discover the aquarium in a playful way aided by a booklet focusing on eggs and reproduction, handed over to kids when they arrive. With your children, find the clues leading you to the treasure! They enjoy the secret of sea eggs while having fun! And the icing on the cake, 10 of these booklets include 2 tickets to discover the Musée du Chocolat.
At the end of the visit, the budding Sherlock Holmes can take part in the contest organized by L’Aquarium de Paris and the Musée du Chocolat to try and win one of the 2 big chocolates fishes.
Currently running at L’Aquarium de Paris, a wonderful exhibition with Oggy and the Cockroaches, make the best of your visit to discover it.
In other words, this is an original idea for the Easter weekend!
To find out more, read the guides below:
On 21 April 2019
From 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Aquarium de Paris - Cinéaqua
5 Avenue Albert de Mun
75116 Paris 16
Métro Trocadéro ou Iena
RER Champs de Mars
- 3 ans: Free
enfants: 13 €
réduit: 16 €
adultes: 20,50 €
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