Beautiful and delightfully dreadful things swim in the Aquarium
In the Aquarium, you can choose your own favourite from over 200 species of fish and aquatic animals that come from seas and lakes all around the world. In addition, you can make acquaintance with the finned creatures of Finnish waters.
What does a motoro stingray look like? What do piranhas eat? Information plaques of the Aquarium provide useful information on each species and on the habitat of aquatic animals.
The selection of species in the Aquarium changes every year. Aquarium sceneries are also renewed annually, but the main thing with these changes is that the inhabitants of the Aquarium can swim in environments that resemble their natural habitat as much as possible.
Experience a thunderstorm in the Aquarium
On the lower floor of the Aquarium there is a paludarium with a mangrove zone. A thunderstorm performance takes place in the tank every 30 minutes. Lights at the lower floor are darkened momentarily during performances. The tropical paludarium is home to monos, argus fish, archer fish, gourami fish, rainbow sharks and blowfish.
Facts about Aquarium
|•||Completed in 1969|
|•||Located in the Näsinneula building|
|•||Two floors (access to the lower floor only by stairs, no lift or ramp)|
|•||More than 200 species of fish and aquatic animals|
|•||A total of over 3,000 individual animals|
|•||The combined volume of pools in the Aquarium is roughly 550,000 litres|
|•||Open throughout the year|