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The Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum is a unique combination of a zoo, an aquarium and a natural history museum. The evolution of biological diversity is the main focus of the exhibition with 25 themed rooms: following the development of the first water borne organisms, their spread throughout the sea, their colonisation of freshwater habitats, to their settlement in varying terrestrial habitats.
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The first thing to do at Aquazoo Lobbecke Museum is to see the exhibits. The tour of the natural history takes visitors through 25 themed rooms with 140 aquariums, terrariums and large exhibits, as well as over 1,400 objects, models and interactive media. The large variety of marine, freshwater and tropical forest creatures, as well as desert animals and the ways that creatures have adapted on their environment will inspire visitors of all ages. Get your Aquazoo Lobbecke ticket and experience the cool things it has to offer!
You can use all of your senses to explore the natural phenomena through experiments, microscopes and tactile installations. For children, there are stimulating signs and interactive exhibits to observe, explore and try out. Through the conservation, breeding and research projects, the collections and educational activities, the Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum aims to actively protect biological diversity. This is one of the best things to do at Aquazoo Lobbecke Museum.
Another thing to do at Aquazoo Lobbecke Museum is to be a sponsor. Despite energetic support from the city of Dusseldorf, new improvements to the Aquazoo are always needed. If, therefore, someone visits a museum, an exhibit, a plant or an animal has grown especially dear to their hearts, they can be sponsored by an individual sponsorship from just € 75 per year. In return, there is an official certificate, a mention by name on the donation and sponsorship board of the aqua zoo, an invitation to the annual sponsorship tour and a possible subscription to the house magazine 'Aquarius'. Despite energetic support from the city of Dusseldorf, new improvements to the Aquazoo are always needed. If, therefore, someone visits a museum, an exhibit, a plant or an animal has grown especially dear to their hearts, they can be sponsored by an individual sponsorship from just € 75 per year. In return, there is an official certificate, a mention by name on the donation and sponsorship board of the aqua zoo, an invitation to the annual sponsorship tour and a possible subscription to the house magazine 'Aquarius'.
How to Get Tickets?
You can purchase your Aquazoo Lobbecke Museum ticket online but most of the ticket websites are in German. You can also purchase your tickets at Aquazoo Lobbecke Museum ticket office. The tickets cost 9 Euro for adults and 5 Euro for children and adolescents up to the age of 18 and students. If you go there with your family, it is recommended to purchase the family ticket.
How To Get Around?
You can explore the museum and do the activities inside by walking. Wheelchair accessible lifts and toilets are als available for your convenience. The museum is also located near the tram stop.
What Should I Wear?
Pick the dresses of your choice.
Best Time to Visit
The museum is always nice to be visitied at any time of the year. Just make sure you check the website to see its opening and closing time before going.
Will I Need a Guide?
No, you can explore the Museum easily after you get the Aquazoo Lobbecke Museum tikcet. Audio guides could be a nice option and are available in English, German and plain German for a small rental fee.
How To Get There?
Dusseldorf is a 'bike city', it is very convenient to cycle everywhere in the city. If you happen to stay in the area, you can ride a bike and get to the Museum easily. Another option is by tram U78 and U79. They stop at Nordpark Aquazoo and you can just walk in to the Museum. If you drive from the north, follow the A57/A52/A3/A44 route and exit Stockum; if you drive from the south follow the A57/A59/A3/A46 route then follow the signs 'Messe' and 'Aquazoo Löbbecke Museum'.
The institute has no cafeteria, and it is prohibited to eat and drink in the exhibition areas, but a café restaurant is located nearby. Guide dogs are allowed. Other animals must not be brought into the exhibition.