Aquazoo Loebbecke Museum

Aquazoo Loebbecke Museum(杜塞尔多夫)

Aquazoo Loebbecke Museum
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Yelyzaveta Bulhachova
德国多特蒙德88 条分享
2022年5月 • 家庭
Я была с 4-х летним племянником. Там интересно все + очень много различных активностей для детей: посмотреть в микроскоп, где видны микроорганизмы в воде; подводная лодка, штурвал, различные площадки для наблюдения. Племянник был в восторге.
撰写日期:2022年5月15日
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hannasophia
德国特里尔137 条分享
2022年5月 • 夫妻情侣
Der aquazoo ist jetzt nicht mit dem größeren Konkurrenten sealife zu vergleichen. Dennoch verbrachten wir hier kurzweilige anderthalb/zwei Stunden. Der Zoo ist in verschiedene Bereiche eingeteilt (Ozean, Süßwasser, tropenlandschaft etc.) und zeigt wirklich eine große Anzahl an Arten. Zwischen den Aquarien und Terrarien mit den lebenden Tieren finden sich kleine und größere Sequenzen mit museumsstücken oder wissenschaftlichen Erklärungen zum jeweiligen Lebensraum und dessen Bewohnern. Leider könnten die Aquarien für meine Begriffe alle deutlich größer sein und den Fischen ein bisschen mehr Bewegungsfreiheit gewährt werden.
撰写日期:2022年5月11日
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Finn B
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2022年2月
Toll mit Kindern, wenn man mit der Familie einen schönen Tag verbringen möchte. Immer wieder gerne. Die Kinder lieben den Aquazoo - auch toll mit Großeltern.
撰写日期:2022年2月23日
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butterblume97
德国杜塞尔多夫17 条分享
2022年1月 • 夫妻情侣
Wir sind spontan an einem Dienstag Mittag hingefahren. Ich hatte das Neubürger-Gutscheinheft dabei und dadurch kostenlosen Eintritt, mein Freund hat als Student 5 € bezahlt. Insgesamt war es ein sehr schöner Ausflug, mit vielen interessanten Tieren. Das Becken mit den Rochen & dem Hai war sehr schön anzugucken. Ebenso die Pinguine, auch wenn diese sich bestimmt über mehr Platz freuen würden… ansonsten schienen mir alle Tiere genug Platz zu haben. Auch die verschiedenen Schildkröten-Arten waren sehr schön zu beobachten.
撰写日期:2022年1月26日
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Myby24
德国卡塞尔行政区15 条分享
2021年8月 • 家庭
Wir waren mit drei Kindern im Alter von 3 und 7 Jahren dort. Es gab viel interessantes zu bestaunen und es war sehr anschaulich erklärt. Nicht überlaufen, wir haben uns alles in Ruhe anschauen können. Unsere Jungs waren besonders von den Rochen und den Doktorfischen begeistert. Auch für uns Erwachsene war es interessant und schön anzusehen. Die 20 € für die Familienkarte haben sich gelohnt
撰写日期:2021年8月12日
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Silvita
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2020年10月
A family friendly place displaying an excellent selection of aquatic fauna as well as very insect collection. The mongooses and turtles at the end of the tour were really sweet.
撰写日期:2020年10月25日
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Ilian Kostov
捷克共和国布尔诺290 条分享
2020年10月 • 家庭
Since there is no zoo in Düsseldorf you can visit the Aquazoo museum . A nice place to go around very nice made geological and live fish. You can see lots of different water animals , rain forest , desert life pretty interesting .
Price per adult 10€ for family 18€ and other different discounts depend on the time and group of people .
Have in mind that all the descriptions are written in German so ask for the virtual guide.
Nice to be seen.
Recommend .
撰写日期:2020年10月18日
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Reiselust112
德国佛莱堡1,848 条分享
2020年8月
Hier spielt sich alles im, unter und über Wasser ab. Von Stachelrochen bis Fetzenfisch, von Pinguin bis Hai sind 500 Spezies versammelt. Das Thema Evolution ist der rote Faden, der durch das Gebäude führt: Beim Rundgang wird die Geschichte der Lebewesen von der Entstehung im Wasser, der Ausbreitung im Meer, der Eroberung der Süßgewässer bis zur Besiedelung aller Lebensräume an Land erzählt.
Es ist interessant und lehrreich. Wir verbrachten hier einen verregneten Sommertag. Der Eintrittspreis betrug 10 € und Maskenpflicht ist selbstverständlich in Coronazeiten. Es gibt begrenzte Einlasszahlen.
撰写日期:2020年10月14日
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Sabine
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2020年10月
Informationsreiches und interessantes Museum mit vielen Infos .Gut erreichbar mit
der U-Bahn U79.Ich war am ersten Herbstferientag Montag vormittags dort .Die Warteschlange hielt sich vermutlich auch wegen Corona in Grenzen,aber es waren
einige Familien mit Kindern dort,so dass der Sicherheitsabstand nicht immer leicht einzuhalten war,natürlich ohne zu drängeln.Es gab dazu eine Durchsage ,aber
das Personal vor Ort musste nicht direkt eingreifen.Größtenteils eindrucksvolle Aquarien,vor allem natürlich die großen.Bis auf einige Ausnahmen waren auch alle Tiere zu sehen .Ein Online-Ticket hatte ich nicht vorab gebucht und das war auch nicht nötig,weil die normale Tageskasse offen war .Vielleicht ändert sich das wegen Corona späterVor allem an sehr stark besuchten Tagen ist wegen der Wartezeit ein Online-Ticket empfehlenswerter,aber bis jetzt keine Pflicht.Ein vielleicht kleiner Nachteil ist die Tatsache,dass es nur sehr wenige Toiletten gibt,die aber o.k. sind.
Ausserdem wäre es besser,an den Toilettentüren oder der Wand innen einen
Haken zum Aufhängen einer Tasche oder ähnlichem anzubringen.Fazit :Die etwa 90 Minuten im Museum haben sich gelohnt.
撰写日期:2020年10月14日
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Ivan L.
德国科隆56 条分享
2020年8月
In short - I think this is a "must see" in Düsseldorf. Regardless whether you are a couple, a family or a single stroller with a time to spend on some interesting zoology lesson. And yes, as the user "ajc992018" wrote - you can completely ignore the negative reviews.

But let's start from the beginning.

Aquazoo is located in vast cultivated park "Nordpark" and if you can, plan your visit to see both. It is well worth it.

1) The parking - The parking area is between medium and vast. This is to say that there is enough parking space (some 200-300+ parking spaces). However this parking space is not only for the Aquazoo, but for the vast park area as well (Nordpark). For example, we were there on Thursday and there were perhaps 35 +/- automobiles on the parking lot. Huge area was still free. We also got lucky because all of the parking meters were out of order so the parking was free (at least on that day). We came here decidedly from Cologne and did not use public transportation, but the connection is supposed to be very good.

It might be a good idea to consider public transportation because, for example in Cologne, the parking costs "a kidney and the eye" and since the parking meter system here was down, I have no idea how much the parking on this place costs.

2) Accessibility - This place is absolutely 100% accessible for people with difficulties or disabilities. Every single floor, ramp or an elevation has a wheelchair elevator. Same goes for the entire area of "Nordpark".

3) Food and drink - I will address this here, at the very beginning because within the Aquazoo - there is literally nothing. So, be prepared (bring some water or drinks or such, I think eating is prohibited within the facility).

There is a very nice restaurant right outside (belonging to the museum) which is also used for special events (it has a very nice garden). Unfortunately, no takeouts are served.

4) Toilets - Well, I'll allow myself to address this here as well but, there was only one (for each gender). And that - on the very end of the tour (near the exit). My partner says it was very clean.

5) Staff members - Well, on the day we went, we were considering buying tickets online. However, since the tickets are actually 1 € more expensive online than at the site, we decided to go and buy the tickets there.

To our surprise, the lady on the counter was - rude. When I said that we are here for the first time and asked if there is an issue with the parking (because none of the meters work), I got a very sour and dismissive reply that the parking does not belong to the Aquazoo (and thus any possible problems are not under their jurisdiction). When I answered that I understand, but asked if she perhaps knows "something" (anything at all), I got such an identical reply that I thought I've had a stroke.

So, this is actually a complaint to the reception counter personnel - rather rude ladies.

Just to clarify, when I ask you something about the parking lot and you answer that it does not belong to institution you work for - I understand that right from the point in which you have completed your sentence. I sincerely do. But since your counter is positioned in such a way that you look at nothing else all day, but that bleeding parking space, and since you walk through it everyday to get to your working place, and when the guests that directly pay your salary park on that exact parking lot - then you better get you manners and answers straight. If you don't know, that's fine, because you don't know. But if you disregard me as a paying customer and treat me like a menace - then you should be cleaning the toilets because maybe (and that is a BIG MAYBE) in that department you can treat your customers that way.

In short - rude ladies at the reception (Mrs. B****p).

From what we could see, the other staff members were not "golden apples" as well. For example, one of the visitors decided to return from halfway of the exhibition to the beginning and was harshly reprimanded by staff member. I am not sure I myself would tolerate this and was, unfortunately, late to understand what was going on (otherwise, I would probably object). In simple terms, if I bought the ticket for your exhibition, I'll walk between entrance and exit as much as like and, as long as I am not touching any of your exhibits (let alone urinating on them), you better stay away from me if you do not want to risk serious frontal lobe injury.

Long story short - staff members are and can be rude. Be prepared for that and do not let it stop you from visiting this astonishing place. Recognize them as the necessary nuisance (as they are) and ignore them.

6) The Aquazoo - And here we finally come to the crown jewel, so brilliant that all these problem(itie)s fade in comparison.

This place is simply amazing. First of all it is not simply "The Aquazoo". Aquazoo is the most predominant part of this whole institution but the story it tells is so much bigger and greater that it would be very difficult to put it in simple words.

Just to point out - the various aquariums, big and small ones, are present on every step of the way and are actually the essential part of the story the exhibition and the whole institution tells. Yes, there is a shark as well (although somewhat smallish). :)

The whole place is divided in several different sections; however, these sections are not so much theme related.

For example, in the first section, there is an emphasis on microorganisms and their role and life in the world.

The next section is perhaps about coral fish wildlife.

The one after that, again, is about deep sea organisms and fishes (here, the children, as well as adults, can enjoy a view from the simulated submarine)...the one after that is about insects...spiders and bugs of various kinds (with live specimens of course).....the one after that is with reptiles...crocodiles, snakes and lizards (live specimens as well).... then you get to gerbils, guinea pigs and various furry "fluffies"...than you move on to the real tropical garden which gives you somewhat short but unique (and uniquely tropical) insight into the life of the tropical lizards.....right to the very end section with various minerals, meteorites and compound specimens. This of course, riddled with various skeletons (small and large ones, shrunk or enlarged ones), various sculpted wildlife (detailed fly, the size of the small dog), various artifacts, various sculpted specimen of presented wildlife, and so on and so forth.

If I'd have to say, I would estimate that all these sections are rather scientifically connected and that one organism, that might not be so geographically close to another, plays vital role for the latter (or vice versa). Scientifically, this place is amazing. Amazing maze of knowledge. :)

Although the whole place is suitable for the children (and they WILL NOT be bored, believe me), I would say that it is rather adult oriented. However, someone really put some thought into the whole concept, because the visitor is not bombarded with the info, but can rather walk through the place enjoying the views or search for the information regarding the subject of his or hers interest.

Throughout every section there are various items for children whether those are simplified microscopes to find microorganisms, video displays with thematic cartoons or numerous other items and sections to interact. The aquariums themselves are the astonishing works of marvel and would be sufficient to occupy the mind of any child of any age (as well as an adult). Throughout the place, children mostly looked like they have just seen an alien (while, meeting with the flock of stingrays, "chased" by the shark, might just be the case). :)

Taking photographs is allowed, but strictly without flash (which is rather common for any aquarium).

The place itself is not an interactive place, but holds few peaces to interact with.

In the very end - I would say that this whole place is one heck of a zoology lesson for all ages. And not just zoology. Biology, geology, physics, chemistry....you name it. Such a diverse place, that wakes the most various interests in you.

I wholeheartedly recommend coming here. And...I rarely say this, but - the ticket price was well worth it.

P.S.
The Penguins were a bit shy, but all the other species were quite happy to interact with (or completely ignore) the eye of the visitor. :)

7) Nordpark - this is absolutely fantastically cultivated park with various sections, out of which, the Japanese garden is a crown jewel. Such a variety of plants and flowers, such wonderful scents...it is almost as enjoyable to describe as it was to walk through it. Marvellous water fountains, immaculate lawns, beautiful tree alleys.... a real balm for the soul and mind.

Finally - do come. It is well worth it...and beyond. We expected to see the aquarium, but ended up seeing so much more. I recommend this place to anyone.
撰写日期:2020年8月28日
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