Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Hagenbeck
Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Lutz Schnier
Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Hagenbeck
Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Hagenbeck
Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Lutz Schnier
Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Hagenbeck

Hagenbeck Tropical Aquarium

An expedition through the tropics of Hamburg.

Enjoy the fabulous feeling of being in the middle of the habitats of exotic animals. Among the animals that you can see close up are free-roaming reptiles and lemurs, free-flying african birds and some of the most dangerous animals in the world such as nile crocodiles and king cobras.

The fascinating highlight of your tour is the great shark enclosure. Gaze through the impressive panoramic windows and watch sharks and rays swim around one of the largest seawater tanks in Europe.
The 8,000 square meters of the tropical aquarium take you on an expedition around the equator. On this amazing, unique journey through the realm of exotic animals, you’ll dive into breathtaking underwater worlds and experience more than 14,300 creatures on land, in the sea and in caves.

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Hamburg CARD Discount

Tropical Aquarium

Adults: 12,00 € instead of 14,00 €; Savings: 2,00 €
Children (4-16 y.) 8,00 € instead of 10,00 €; Savings: 2,00 €

Combination ticket Zoo & Tropical Aquarium

Adults: 28,00 € instead of 30,00 €; Savings: 2,00 €
Children (4-16 y.) 19,00 € instead of 21,00 €; Savings: 2,00 €

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Short & Sweet

  • For whom Couples, explorers, families, single, researchers
  • How to get there By public transport (U2 or bus)
  • What not to miss The big shark pool
  • Length of stay 4 - 5 hours
  • Food There is a bistro
  • Tip The tropical aquarium is the perfect bad weather alternative to the Hagenbeck Zoo


Combined Ticket Hagenbeck's Zoo & Tropical Aquarium

Tierpark + Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Lutz Schnier

Tierpark Hagenbeck is a zoo measuring 19 hectare/ 47000 acre and is home to more than 1860 animals. Highlights of the zoo are one of Europe’s biggest elephant herds as well as many free ranging animals. Experience the zoos polar world, including its polar bears, king penguins, see bears as well as the only German breed-group of walruses. For all visitors who enjoy a tropical experience, a visit to the separated tropic aquarium is a must do. In the former you will find more than 14.300 exotic animals living on land, in the water or in caves.

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Admission to Hagenbeck's Tropical Aquarium

  • More than 14,300 exotic animals
  • Over 300 species
  • Panorama window with sea bottom
  • Biggest Highlight: The big shark atoll
Admission to Hagenbeck's Tropical Aquarium
To offer
From 14.00€*
Tropen-Aquarium Hagenbeck
© Tierpark Hagenbeck

Since 2007 Hagenbeck Zoo has been home to a very special attraction: the tropical aquarium. Visitors can go on a fascinating journey of discovery on four different levels, past magnificent sharks, powerful Nile crocodiles, tropical fish, poisonous snakes, sleepy fruitbats, free-roaming lemurs and plenty more. There are more than 14,300 exotic animals from 300 species to discover on land, in the water and in caves.

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2 Adults

Train special

  • overnight stay in hotel, with breakfast
  • Return journey by ICE (1st or 2nd class coaches, as booked)
  • Hamburg CARD (3 Days) – ticket worth € 26,50
Train special
To offer
From 233.00

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