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We tried to visit in January 2016 only to find that it's closed until further notice. I believe that it's been closed since August 2015 due to "extraordinary circumstances".
the charm is in How old the place is. Small, can see in 10 minutes. I made a game out of the tanks for my 3 yr old with the kids page they hand out at the entrance. Yes its dark, sad looking, but its from the 18th century!!!
Although the aquarium only costs 1.50 euros, i am unhappy giving them my money. It is a very small aquarium, saw everything to see in about 10 minutes. Supposed to be about conservation but most of the animals look so unhappy, they shouldn't have been there. Would strongly advise not visiting this place.
The aquarium is part of the " Stazione Zoologica Anton Dohrn " that is a marine life research institute founded in 1872. The acquarium is small but it is very suggestive. It is the older aquarium in Italy. You can find local form of life and it is very istructive for little children. Ticket is only 1.50 Euros.
It's a very small but said to be the oldest aquarium in Europe. The exterior is under reconstruction but the place itself is open. Is worth a visit if you are fond of sea creatures OR you have kids - they have a lovely touch pool that will take thrice the time the whole aquarium.
Good value for money. Some sections were closed off due to maintenance. My only complaint was the rather disgusting toilet.