The Gdynia Aquarium is a zoo that is a part of the National Marine Fisheries Research Institute.
The visit regulations
Points that we would like you to pay attention to are listed below:
Do not touch the display elements, including showcases, glass panes, and refrain from putting your hands into open display tanks.
The ticket offices and the entrance to the Gdynia Aquarium are closed 30 minutes before closing the facility.
The Gdynia Aquarium exhibitions can be visited individually and in organized groups, which may have a maximum of 15 people (together with guardians). Organized groups can enter to the Gdynia Aquarium exhibitions in at least 15 minutes intervals.
The purchased tickets are single-use and non-refundable.
Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by adults.
Gdynia Aquarium is not responsible for children left unattended.
Persons who are entitled to discounted / reduced / free tickets must have an appropriate document confirming their entitlement.
Persons entitled to free admission are required to generate an entry card in the Gdynia Aquarium online store or to collect it at the Aquarium ticket office.
Gdynia Aquarium should be visited in accordance with the applicable direction and the visiting order given by the staff.
In justified cases, for example in order to disinfect the surface, there may be changes in the dates of the availability of the exhibition, temporary shutdown of its part and interruption of the provided services.
Baby carriages can be left only in places designated by the service.
The rental of multimedia guides is suspended until further notice.
Taking pictures and filming with a flash and / or a tripod in rooms with live animals is prohibited.
Photographing and filming for commercial purposes requires the consent of the Gdynia Aquarium.