The Aquazoo – Löbbecke Museum is an extensive collection of water life and animals from around the world, at the centre is a replica of a small tropical rainforest, complete with butterflies and insects. Below the rainforest are various crocodiles and alligators. The Aquazoo – Löbbecke Museum is also a natural science museum which includes over 220,000 molluscs. See my Travelogue for more pictures.
Monday to Saturday: 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Adults: EUR 6.00
Children (Ages 6-18): EUR 4.00
Many kind of fishes you can see there – from little ones to sharks. There are also crocodiles and otters and tortuous and so on. I think it worth to be seen.
Opening hours: daily from 10.00 to 18 .00.They charge 6 EUR per adult
To please 8-year-old Alice, Sabsi and Thomas decided to bring us here and this despite Sabsi hating spiders and stuff! :))) At the end, all of us had had fun though, and us adults got some pictures of tropical fish amongst other things. The museum has not only fish though, but also turtles, alligators and butterflies, spiders and some desert animals, apart from our favourits the playful penguins. Not the biggest aquarium I have ever been to and I had no high expectations before visiting, but I really liked it here. There was space enough to see things and the only complaint is that most things to read about the animals was in German which is OK for me but perhaps not for you.