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The exhibition about fish is quite ok but the tanks could be bigger and some of them should have a nicer decoration for the fish and the visitor.
The zoological museum has a very broad collection of animals but they could be presented in a...More
It has a lot of Fish and animals to see. Also there are enough explanations zo you can learn a lot about the fauna of our planet. But, it is not very well organized. The arrangement of the exhibits is based on ancient models of...More
The Aquarium and Zoological Museum is a museum of the University of Liege dedicated to the aquatic world and natural sciences. The Aquarium allows you to discover the seas of Europe including sharks and moray eels, tropical seas and coral reefs with balloon fish, groupers,...More
The aquarium and zoological museum are very interesting and both have a good collection. The section all about coral is very interesting. But as a university museum, it is much more of an old school academic museum than a modern hands on experience, so may...More
I'm not much of a museum fan, but this one was quite interesting. The aquariums were pretty nice, looking at some weird fishes is always fun. On the top floor were skeletons and taxidermized(?) animals, like apes, (big) cats, birds and other animals. The place...More
Visited only the aquarium which is maintained by the University Zoology Dept. An informative collection including useful statistics on species vulnerability where data exist. Most tanks are fairly small though there are 2 much larger enclosures, 1 including a horseshoe crab, which I have seen...More
Need to renovate the rooms with the aquarium, it looks broken and like noone is caring about it ! The animal museum could be interesting if u wanna see plastic/(dead?) animals from allover the world. Got bored real quick
I visited this museum with my kids and we liked it a lot. Nicely organized, useful and practical information explained in an easy way for kids. Quite iimpressive ''collection'' of fisk, coral, and other animals. Two disadvantages: the parking place of the museum was extremely...More
The aquarium is well presented and clearly labelled, although relatively small. The museum is a natural history museum, with a clear trend towards zoology and the feel of a University collection, which it actually is. The building is the Zoology Department of the University, some...More
Not big, but beautifully presented and labelled. Displays includes full information in four languages. Lots of benches for adults to sit and steps for children to climb. There are a few small tanks on the side of the stairs. Look for the African clawed frog...More