Open in the winter
Dive into the sea, in Québec City. Come and meet the 10,000 marine animals that inhabit the Aquarium: fish, reptiles, amphibians, invertebrates, and sea mammals. Among them, polar bear, walruses, and seals will provide you with unique moments. Watch them when they're feeding or being trained. A fascinating experience for young and old alike! This huge site (16 hectares) has superbly laid out areas indoors and outdoors. Come for a picnic, cool off with the water games, and navigate the Tree-to-Tree pathway-safe and designed for kids. A great way to spend an exceptional day!
One day at the Aquarium isn't enough? Opt for the Annual Passport and enjoy a wide range of exclusive advantages, such as unlimited VIP access to this popular attraction. Details
Whether you’re planning a wedding, an anniversary or a business meeting, the Aquarium is the perfect place for creating an extraordinary event. The La Grande Ourse restaurant’s magnificent terrace and several meeting rooms offer a view of the St. Lawrence River and the Québec Bridge. Details >
Every first Wednesday of the month, moms rule! They get advantages such as a 20% discount on the annual passport, gifts and much more! All the details
Upon the presentation of your CAA or AAA card, get a 10% discount at the boutique or the restaurant; minimum purchase of $20 before taxes. Also, get a 10% discount on all regular price admission tickets (with the exception of our annual passports); offer valid for a maximum of 4 people per member card.
The Aquarium is looking for people to round out its team of volunteers. Volunteers are involved in customer service. Are you over 18 and enjoy working with the public? Join our team! Download the registration form or find out more at 418 659-5266, ext. 253.
With the help of the Château Frontenac and the chef Jean Soulard, the Aquarium has produced the Menu Bleu Marin, an ecological guide for seafood lovers. It is an easy and practical tool for those who wish to buy and eat seafood while making the right choices for the marine environment.
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