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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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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

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Hygiene information

Please note the following information and hygiene rules.

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Reservation

Reservation / online ticket required
Visitors to the Tropical Aquarium can only book their tickets online with a binding time window. This also applies to visitors with a combi-ticket.

Payment

Credit card payment possible
Debit card payment possible
Contactless payment possible

Visitor limiations

Only groups of a maximum of twelve people can visit the Tropical Aquarium. The groups start every 15 minutes.

Mask requirements

Mouth and nose protection not required

Hygiene measures

There are changes in the routing.

More information

For reasons of hygiene, the rental of carrying aids for babies and the issue of locks for prams is currently being dropped. The inclusion of valuables is not possible at the moment. There are no show feedings and zoo school tours.

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