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1-Day Tickets to Oceanogràfic with Optional 4D Cinema & Backstage Tour

1-Day Tickets to Oceanogràfic with Optional 4D Cinema & Backstage Tour

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€36.70
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • Get admission tickets to the state-of-the-art underwater city of Oceanogràfic in Valencia, designed to look like a water lily.
  • The upper floor inside the building features outdoor exhibitions and a huge freshwater lake where pelicans, cormorants, and flamingos live.
  • The lower level has the largest aquarium in Europe and is home to many species of the world’s main marine ecosystems.
  • Upgrade your tickets to include access to the 4D Cinema, or go on a backstage tour to watch feeding sessions and more!
  • Simply journey through the wetlands, temperate and tropical seas, as well as the Antarctic and Arctic oceans of the world, as you explore the building.

This ticket has the following options for you to choose from.

  • Oceanogràfic 1 Day Pass
  • Oceanogràfic + 4D Cinema
  • Oceanogràfic + Backstage Tour
  • Tip: If you’re hungry, simply head to the underwater restaurant for a meal (at your own expense).
  • Use masks in closed spaces and maintain the 2-meter safety distance.
  • Facilities: Wheelchair Accessibility, Paid Parking.
  • Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Flash photography, selfie sticks, underwater camera, and outside food is prohibited.
  • Smoking is permitted outdoors, except in the dolphinarium facility and in all areas where large crowds of people may be present.
  • Pets are not allowed, except for assistance dogs accompanying differently-abled people.
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Oceanogràfic & Príncipe Felipe Science Museum: 2-Day Pass

Oceanogràfic & Príncipe Felipe Science Museum: 2-Day Pass

€35.20
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • Grab this combo ticket that lets you visit two attractions at the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia!
  • Enter the state-of-the-art underwater city of Oceanogràfic in Valencia
  • It is designed to look like a water lily and has two massive floors for you to explore
  • The upper floor has outdoor exhibitions and a freshwater lake with pelicans, cormorants, and flamingos
  • The lower level hosts the largest aquarium in Europe and is home to many species of the world’s marine ecosystems
  • Explore the aquarium and see the wetlands, temperate and tropical seas, as well as the Antarctic and Arctic oceans of the world
  • Discover the behavior patterns of more than 500 different species, including belugas and sea lions
  • Venture into the worlds of space and science at Principe Felipe Science Museum
  • You will get to touch and feel exhibits to find out scientific facts, and see a demonstration on electricity
  • Learn about climate change, biometrics, and more at your own pace
  • Note: This is a 2-day pass and the day you choose is the 1st day for your visit to Oceanogràfic. On the second day, you can visit the Principe Felipe Science Museum
  • These tickets can't be cancelled or rescheduled.
Combo: Oceanogràfic + Hemisfèric Tickets

Combo: Oceanogràfic + Hemisfèric Tickets

€35.20
Free Cancellation
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • Enjoy a visit to two of Valencia's most famous cultural monuments, Oceanogràfic and Hemisfèric, for a fraction of the normal cost.
  • Stop by Oceanogràfic in Valencia, a futuristic underwater city designed to resemble a water lily that is home to different kinds of birds, such as pelicans, cormorants, and flamingos.
  • Experience one of four amazing films in the IMAX Dome for a mind-blowing sensory experience, where animated sceneries look real, replete with moving touchable elements.
  • Both of these landmarks are located in the City of Arts and Sciences, a symbol of Valencia and one of the most recognizable buildings in the world.

Oceanogràfic

  • 1-day pass to Oceanogràfic
  • Entry to 4D Cinema (optional)
  • Backstage Tour (optional)

Hemisfèric

  • Admission to Hemisfèric theater
  • Film of your choice (4 options)

Oceanogràfic

  • Tip: Visit the Oceanogràfic at a convenient time, but keep in mind that they have special events throughout the year, and you may want to schedule your trip around one in particular.

Hemisfèric

  • Tip: If you want a good spot, you need to be there at least 15 minutes before the session begins since the seats aren't numbered.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Combo: Oceanogràfic + Museu de les Ciències + Hemisfèric Tickets

Combo: Oceanogràfic + Museu de les Ciències + Hemisfèric Tickets

€41.70
Free Cancellation
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • This cost-saving triple combo includes entry to Oceanogràfic and Hemisfèric and skip-the-line access to Museu de les Ciències!
  • Admire 45,000+ stunning creatures from 500+ species as you walk within glass tunnels at the Oceanogràfic's water-lily-shaped building.
  • At the Museu de les Ciències, learn about science in a fun, interactive way through interactive exhibitions and cutting-edge animations.
  • Hemisfèric's state-of-the-art IMAX Dome theatre offers a selection of 5 films that you can watch on a high-definition, 900-meter² concave screen.

Oceanogràfic

  • 1-day pass to Oceanogràfic

Museu de les Ciències

  • Skip-the-line entry to Museu de les Ciències
  • Access to all exhibitions

Hemisfèric

  • Entry to Hemisfèric
  • Choice of film

Oceanogràfic

  • Tip: Dining options are available throughout the park (at extra cost), along with a gift shop for souvenirs.
  • Download tickets on your mobile phones and access the enclosure through the turnstiles.
  • Facilities: Wheelchair Accessibility, Paid Parking.
  • You can borrow a wheelchair for a nominal, refundable deposit.
  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • Flash photography, selfie sticks, underwater cameras and outside food are not allowed inside.
  • Smoking is allowed outdoors, except in the dolphinarium and crowded areas.
  • Only service dogs are permitted.
  • The operating hours are subject to change. Please check beforehand to see the operating hours on your intended day of visit.

Museu de les Ciències

  • Tip: To make the most of your visit, plan and allocate enough time to explore the various exhibits and shows.
  • Facilities: Wheelchair Accessibility.

Hemisfèric

  • Tip: Several shows are currently playing. Your choice of time and date will determine which performance you can watch.
  • Tickets will be booked according to slot availability on a first-come-first-serve basis.
  • Collect 3D glasses and headphones in the anteroom before entering the room. When you leave, return them. There will be a fee if they are damaged.
  • The shows are not recommended for pregnant women, children under four years, and people with vertigo, hearing loss, heart problems, or a pacemaker.
  • Please note that the following are not allowed inside: Filming or recording the show, eating, and drinking.
  • Films of choice: Oceans: Our Blue Planet | Amazon Adventure | Dream Big | Secrets of the Universe | Flying Monsters 3D | Volcanoes | The Enchanted Reef | Planetarium: Escher's Universe | Traveling with the Light | Las Nocturnas
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.
Combo: Hemisfèric + Museu de les Ciències Tickets

Combo: Hemisfèric + Museu de les Ciències Tickets

€13
Free Cancellation
Mobile Ticket
Flexible Duration
  • Grab this money-saving combo that gives you access to Valencia’s exciting Hemisfèric and Museu de les Ciències.
  • At Hemisfèric, choose from a variety of movies to watch at the state-of-the-art IMAX Dome as animations appear to be right in front of you.
  • Get skip-the-line entry to Museu de les Ciències and interact with science in a fun and exciting manner, with exhibits and animations surrounding you.
  • Choose your movie of choice available on the select page and experience a new paradigm of animation that you can almost touch.

Hemisfèric

  • Tip: Depending on your interests, pick a movie that suits your preferences the most. Each movie has a different date and time slot.
  • Collect 3D glasses and headphones from the anteroom before entering the room. When you leave, return them. There will be a fee if they are damaged.
  • The shows are not recommended for pregnant women, children under four years, and people with vertigo, hearing loss, heart problems, or a pacemaker.
  • Please note that the following are not allowed inside: Filming or recording the show, eating, and drinking.
  • Please select your preferred movie from the select page. Tickets will be booked according to slot availability on a first come first serve basis.

Museu de les Ciències

  • Tip: Spend at least 3 hours at the museum in order to cover all the exciting exhibits and displays.
  • Facilities: Wheelchair Accessibility.
  • You can cancel these tickets up to 24 hours before the experience begins and get a full refund.

Book Valencia Oceanografic Tickets

The natural world has long fascinated travelers. Whether it is learning about the infinite vastness of space or the various mysteries of the underwater universe, there’s plenty to study, observe, and explore. Valencia’s Oceanografic Aquarium is a brilliant attempt to answer the never-ending list of questions one might have about aquatic animals and their marine ecosystems. Is it home to over 45,000 different animals, each more enthralling than the next. The next time you’re looking for your fill of some marine fauna, book Valencia Oceanografic tickets and fill your mind with a library of pictures and facts.   

Why Visit Oceanografic Valencia?

This aquarium in Valencia is a one-stop destination for everything you want to learn about marine life. Through educational exhibits, thorough research, and dedicated animal habitats, Oceanografic attempts to teach visitors, with fun, all about aquatic species. 

Housed within a majestic complex, Oceanografic covers about 110,000 sq.m., and holds firm a massive water capacity of 26,000,000 liters. The 15 habitats have been designed to specifically feel like home for the different animals that are native to such spaces. Some habitats include Oceans, Temperate and Tropical, Oceanic Islands, Mysteries of the Sea and more. 

Amidst these habitats, encounter the most fascinating marine species, several of which are rare, endangered, and require constant protection and study. As you explore, you’ll come across a variety of animals, from the smallest fish and tallest birds to the largest sharks and whales. 

Prepare for an educational trip like no other at Oceanografic Aquarium in Valencia.  

Post-COVID-19 Safety Measures at Oceanografic Valencia

  • Oceanographic Valencia tickets can now be booked online to ensure contactless experiences
  • It is mandatory that all visitors wear masks throughout the duration of their visit
  • A minimum distance of 2 meters must be maintained between all visitors
  • Visitors must follow the marked signage to avoid crowding and move in a uniform manner
  • Avoid touching surfaces and use gloves for physical contact in specifically marked areas
  • It is preferred that guests use credit/debit cards to make payments at the venue 

Valencia Oceanografic Tickets & Tour Options

Oceanografic Valencia

1-Day Admission Ticket

Visit the Oceanografic Valencia Aquarium with this ticket. This 1-Day ticket offers access to all the different habitats and buildings at Oceanographic. Explore the living environments of a variety of animals like sea lions, sharks, beluga whales, penguins, and more across over 500 different species.

Oceanografic Valencia

Combo Ticket

Make the most of your visit to this Valencia aquarium by opting for this 2-Day combo ticket. Not only do get admission into Oceanografic, but also to the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe where you can learn about space and science in an interactive manner. 

Oceanografic Valencia Discount Tickets

Children aged 3 and younger enjoy free entry into Oceanografic, while those between 4-12 get reduced pricing on their tickets. Visitors above the age of 65, youth with student cards, and unemployed Spanish residents, all get Oceanografic Valencia discount tickets as well. 

Audioguide Facility 

An audioguide can be rented after entry into Oceanografic. These audioguides are available in various languages like Valencian, English, Spanish, Italian, French, German, and Russian. The cost of one audioguide is €3.70 and for two, is €5. Moreover, audioguides can also be rented for children here.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

To help animals adapt to their natural living conditions, Oceanografic has set up various marine ecosystems. These habitats have been designed to best represent the environments the animals’ lineage has adapted to. Oceanografic is home to about 15 different habitats and here’s a deeper look into a few:

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Dolphinarium

This Valencia aquarium boasts Europe’s largest dolphinarium with a seating capacity of 1,500 guests, and is home to the Bottlenose Dolphins. At the dolphinarium, research and observation are carried out regularly for their protection and conservation, as well as to study and exhibit dolphins’ biology, behavior, and reproduction manner. 

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Oceans

The Oceans habitat is designed with two towers that are connected by a tunnel – open to visitors on a wonderful underwater journey. With a water capacity of about 6000m³, Oceans is home to unique creatures like Angel Sharks, Blackchin Guitarfish, Grey Reef Sharks, Sand Tiger Sharks, Bull Rays, Sawfish, and many more.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Temperate and Tropical

Some of the greatest biodiversity on Earth can be found in warm tropical waters, averaging surface water temperatures of 25º C. These waters have long fascinated researchers. Keep an eye out for Clownfish, Giant Spider Crabs, seals, Green Moray Eels, Surgeonfish, Puffer Fish, Swell Sharks, Hork Sharks, Leopard Sharks, and many more.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Mediterranean

Though occupying smaller space in the middle of the world’s oceans and seas, the Mediterranean waters are a captivating ground for rare biodiversity. In this habitat, you can see common octopus, spiny lobsters, dreamfish, sea bass, Mediterranean barracuda, pearly razorfish, spotted catshark, dogfish, undulate rays, and many more.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Antarctic

The mysterious continent of Antarctica has been a subject of intrigue for decades. To mimic the continent, Oceanografic’s Antarctica habitat is completely covered with ice and snow throughout the year. The Antarctica habitat at Oceanografic is home to the Gentoo Penguins, flightless birds that thrive in such conditions.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Arctic

Oceanografic’s Arctic habitat is divided into two levels: the first level provides a bird’s eye view of the ice-filled ecosystem, while the second level brings you face-to-face with the animals. Standing at about 12 meters in height, one can expect to find the captivating Beluga Whale family floating around in this installation.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Crocodile Preserve

The interesting thing about the Crocodile Preserve habitat is that it has been designed to allow easy nesting of these reptiles. This habitat has been installed on the central inlet in a lake within the premises. Here, one can expect to find the Slender-snouted Crocodiles gently resting in their natural environment.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Wetlands/Aviary

The Wetlands/Aviary habitat is quite the architectural creation: a massive sphere, standing at about 26 m in height. It has been created in such a way so as to accommodate animals and birds native to the Mediterranean Marshlands and the American Mangrove. Look out for the Eurasian Spoonbills, Glossy Ibis, and more. 

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Islands

The Islands is another outdoor installation at Oceanografic, designed so as to best represent the South American coast. This is where researchers study the behavior of animals like sea lions, walruses, and seals. All these animals can be identified with a signature trait: the wide, flat legs that they use for movement.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Lakes

This installation is a rare living lake, just right as a ground for aquatic birds. It is said to be an extension of freshwater that is going through naturalization. It is not only home to birds like the Black-necked Swan, Pelicans, and Flamingos, but to others who visit from neighboring areas like the Turia River. 

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Jellyfish

Oceanografic prides itself on being home to the largest jellyfish exhibit in Europe. All of these species are housed in different tanks and aquariums across the premises, like in the Access Building. Look out for the Barrel Jellyfish, Common Jellyfish, Flame Jellyfish, Japanese Sea Nettle, Mauve Stinger, and many more.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Mysteries of the Sea

True to its name, the Mysteries of the Sea habitat attempts to uncover some secrets of the Earth’s waters. Divided into six ‘jewels’ or aquariums, nothing can prepare you for the tiny, unique, brightly-colored inhabitants here. One can identify 16 species, including the Big-belly Seahorse, Peacock Mantis Shrimp, Boxfish, and more.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Access Building

Your first impression of what Oceanografic has in store for you lies in the Access Building, the entrance. The aquarium here has been created to represent the shallow, sandy waters and temperate waters that species like Shovelhead Sharks, Carpet Sharks, Common Jellyfish, and more, call home.  

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Oceanic Islands

This habitat explores the ecosystem of some of the most remote corners of our planet. A walk through the Oceanic Islands covers five areas, each representing a different part of Earth. Guests can learn about the evolution of species here and find animals like the Aldabra Giant Tortoise, Hawaiian Goose, and more.

Habitats Inside Oceanografic Valencia

Mediterranean Tortoise

A unique aspect of the Mediterranean Tortoise habitat is that it has been created with the intention of preserving three endangered species: the Cartagena Rockrose plant, the spur-thighed Testudo Graec tortoise, and the Hermann Tortoise. The installation accurately represents a typical Mediterranean ecosystem.

Oceanografic Valencia Animals

Think of a marine animal between A-Z and you’ll almost certainly find it at Oceanografic. It is home to almost 45,000 animals across 500 species. Several species have been rescued from unsafe environments and cared for here, like the sea turtles. Here’s a deeper look into a few most-visited animals:

Beluga Whales in Oceanografic Valencia

Beluga Whales

Beluga Whales are predominantly found in the Arctic Ocean. They attain their white coloring between 5-12 years of age and mainly feed on small fish, crustaceans, and the likes. Their bodies have a thick layer of fat that allows them to adapt to the freezing cold of the Arctic. Adult Beluga Whales can weigh up to 1,500 kgs and grow up to 5 meters in length.

Sea Lions in Oceanografic Valencia

Sea Lions

Most sea lions are usually found in the Pacific Ocean. They can be easily spotted from a distance due to their dark or light brown color on seemingly oily skin. Standing tall, they are generally about 2.5-3 meters in height and weigh between 150 kg to 300 kg depending on their gender. Sea lions feed on octopus, squid, and small fish and spend time on land and in water.

Sawfish in Oceanografic Valencia

Sawfish

The most defining characteristic of Sawfish is their long mouth that looks like a sword or a saw; they use this feature to dig up and eat dead underwater animals. Sawfish also typically have between 16-37 teeth, and can measure up to more than 7 m in height. Also known as carpenter fish, these are found primarily in tropical parts of the oceans and seas.

Bull Rays in Oceanografic Valencia

Bull Rays

From the family of stingrays, Bull Rays have been named so due to their heads, which are shaped like bulls. They measure about 200 cm in height and can weigh up to 120 kg. Bull Rays are mostly found near coasts and tropical waters and generally feed on crustaceans or mollusks. A Bull Ray’s spine is full of venom and can cause immense pain if stung. 

Gentoo Penguins in Oceanografic Valencia

Gentoo Penguins

Generally found in the Antarctic region or in New Zealand, Gentoo Penguins’ most notable features are their orange bills and feet, and a white patch on the forehead. While they cannot fly, they are proficient swimmers, which comes in use during migration or hunting for food. Gentoo Penguins are quite small in size, with the adults measuring up to 30 inches in height. 

Grey Reef Shark in Oceanografic Valencia

Grey Reef Shark

Native to temperate waters, one can find Grey Reef Sharks in the shallower waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans. These sharks generally measure between 4-4.75 ft in height depending on their gender, and prey on rays, small fish, squid, octopus and more. Similar to other commonly known sharks, these have big eyes and a large, round snout.

Mediterranean Barracuda in Oceanografic Valencia

Mediterranean Barracuda

Considered to be a predatory fish with large, sharp teeth, the Mediterranean Barracuda feasts on a variety of fish, squid, and crustaceans. They can be identified by their thin, elongated, silver body that is covered with dark bands and measure up to 1 meter in height. These barracuda are generally found in the Mediterranean part of the world or the Western Atlantic side. 

Sand Tiger Shark in Oceanografic Valencia

Sand Tiger Shark

These are generally found in the shallow, tropical waters and coastlines of almost all oceans. In length, Sand Tiger Sharks measure between 3 to 6 meters, depending on their age. Their bodies are round and stout, while their heads are pointed in shape, and they devour almost all kinds of small fish. Despite their seemingly terrifying look, Sand Tiger Sharks are generally not aggressive towards humans unless provoked.   

Other beautiful animals here Zebra Sharks, Damselfish, Scarlet Ibis, Pacific Sea Nettles, Bottlenose Dolphins, Moon Jellyfish, Mediterranean Snakelocks Sea Anemone, Leaf Fish, and many more.

Conservation at Oceanografic Valencia

As part of the Oceanografic Foundation, the Valencia aquarium is dedicated to the cause of conservation. Throughout the year, Oceanografic is involved in several conservation projects like sustainable fishing, a recovery center for marine fauna, protection & breeding of endangered species, and monitoring and restoring animal habitats. 

Plan Your Visit to Oceanografic Valencia

Opening Hours
Getting There
Facilities
Events
Oceanografic Valencia opening hours
What are Oceanografic Valencia opening hours?

Oceanografic Valencia is open every day of the week. From 1 to 4 April, it is open from 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM (ticket offices close at 07:00 PM) and from 5 April to 30 April, from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM (ticket offices close at 05:00 PM).

How long is a tour of Oceanografic Valencia?

Due to the sheer size of this aquarium in Valencia, you can expect to spend at least half a day here to explore all the major habitats and aquatic animals.

What is the best time to visit Oceanografic Valencia?

The best time to visit Oceanografic would be during the weekdays, since weekends tend to get quite crowded. Try to book your tickets based on when the Dolphinarium shows are held to enjoy a first-hand experience of meeting the friendly dolphins.

Oceanografic Valencia location
Where is Oceanografic Valencia located?

It is located at Carrer d'Eduardo Primo Yúfera, 1B, 46013 València, Valencia, Spain.
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How can I get to Oceanografic Valencia?

You can use public transport options like the bus or metro to get here, or you can either cycle or drive down to Oceanografic Valencia.

Can I take the metro/train to Oceanografic Valencia?

Yes. You can take metro lines 3, 5, 7 or 9 to get off at Alameda metro station. From here, a walk to the aquarium would take about 20-25 minutes; or you can take a bus or cycle down.

Can I take the bus to Oceanografic Valencia?

Yes. You can take buses 15 or 95 to get off right in front of this aquarium in Valencia.

Oceanografic Valencia facilities
Are dining facilities available at Oceanografic Valencia?

Yes. Several restaurants and cafes are available for visitors. Submarina Restaurant, Oceanos Restaurant, Lonja, Mediterraneo Pizzeria, and Delfinario Hamburguer Restaurant are some of the options at the site.

Is storage facility available inside Oceanografic Valencia?

Yes. Lockers are available for guests to store large bags, umbrellas, and other carry-ons. A fee of €2 is required with a €3 refundable deposit.

Is Oceanografic Valencia wheelchair-accessible?

Yes. Ramps and elevators have been installed in all buildings at the site to ensure ease of movement for differently-abled visitors. A wheelchair can also be rented at Oceanografic for a refundable deposit amount of €10.

Is parking available at Oceanografic Valencia?

Yes, parking is available for visitors at a cost of €2.30 every hour. The parking lot can accommodate up to 800 vehicles.

Meeting Points

Different meeting points at Oceanografic allow organizations to host meetings here. One can choose to organize an event at the Oval Room (capacity: 100), Red Sea Auditorium (capacity: 482), Antartics Sea Auditorium (capacity: 100), Press Room (capacity: 50). Bookings can be made directly with Oceanografic.

Activities

There are a variety of activities held at Oceanografic for educational and recreational purposes of visitors and school children. Guests can go for private, personalized visits of the aquariums, meet professional divers, go for private shows at the dolphinarium, and more.

Catering Spaces

Organize team or family events with delicious food at Oceanografic. The various options are Oval Room (capacity: 120), Submarine Restaurant Top Floor & Lower Level (capacity: 200), Oceans Room (capacity: 80), Mediterranean Room (80 people), Oceans Restaurant (capacity: 190), Mediterranean Terrace (capacity: 300), and more.

Valencia Oceanografic Tickets FAQs

Is Oceanografic Valencia open now?

Yes, Oceanografic Aquarium in Valencia is now open to visitors.

What safety measures are in place at Oceanografic Valencia?

For public safety, Oceanografic has implemented several measures for a visit. Guests must pre-book their tickets online to ensure contactless experiences and limited visitor entry. It is mandatory that all visitors wear a mask and maintain 2 meters social distance with others.

Are Valencia Oceanografic tickets available online now?

Yes. Visitors can now book their Oceanografic Valencia tickets online and choose their preferred date for visiting.

What are the different Valencia Oceanografic tickets options?

Guests can choose to book a 1-Day standard admission ticket or book a 2-Day combo ticket that also provides entry to the Museu de les Ciències Príncipe Felipe.

Are Oceanografic Valencia discount tickets available?

Children aged 3 and younger enjoy free entry into Oceanografic, while those between 4-12 get reduced pricing on their tickets. Visitors above the age of 65, youth with student cards, and unemployed Spanish residents, all get Oceanografic Valencia discount tickets as well.

What is the cancelation policy of Valencia Oceanografic tickets?

Once booked, you cannot cancel, amend or get a refund on your Oceanografic Valencia tickets.

What can I do at Oceanografic Valencia?

Oceanografic has 15 habitats, each of which is home to a variety of animal species. These habitats include Antarctic, Mediterranean, Crocodile Preserve, Wetlands/Aviary, Oceans, and more.

Which animals can I see at Oceanografic Valencia?

Over 45,000 animals are present at Oceanografic. These include various species of sharks, rays, fish, birds, crocodiles, penguins, jellyfish, and many more.

What are Oceanografic Valencia opening hours?

Oceanografic is open daily. From 1 to 4 April, it is open from 10:00 AM to 08:00 PM (ticket offices close at 07:00 PM) and from 5 April to 30 April, from 10:00 AM to 06:00 PM (ticket offices close at 05:00 PM).

How do I get to Oceanografic Valencia?

If you take the metro, take lines 3, 5, 7 or 9 to get off at Alameda station. You can also take buses 15 or 95 to get off right the aquarium. Alternatively, you can also cycle or drive down.

What facilities are available at Oceanografic Valencia?

Oceanografic offers dining and storage facilities, free WiFi, car parking, wheelchair accessibility, and rooms for baby care.