During your visit to the Oceanarium exposition, please observe the following rules:

  • Visitors may enter the Oceanarium in accordance with the date, time and price indicated on their ticket. The ticket is valid for a single entry to the exhibition.
  • Visitors who are entitled to free entry or discounts have to present the confirming documents when they buy tickets.
  • Each organized group of children, school children or university students must be accompanied by an adult.
  • A tour group may include up to 15 people.
  • Tours at the exhibition may be conducted only by full time guides of the Oceanarium.
  • The administration reserves the right to control the number of visitors at the exhibition by limiting access.
  • For security purposes, security officers have the right to inspect visitors and their personal belongings with the use of a metal detector.
  • Visitors are liable for any damage to the inhabitants and equipment of the Oceanarium.
  • Visitors are required to observe the requirements of the Oceanarium personnel and the security service.

VISITORS ARE NOT ALLOWED:

  • To enter the exhibition in outdoor clothes;
  • To carry cold steel arms, non-lethal weapons, firearms; explosives, toxic, odorous and narcotic substances, chemical agents;
  • To carry large items (suitcases, bags, boxes, etc.);
  • To bring food;
  • To visit the exhibition while drunk, smoke (including electronic cigarettes), eat food;
  • To take and carry animals with them ("Guide dogs for visually impaired persons are allowed to the exhibition subject to the presentation of a document confirming the special training of the dog, and the dog will be accompanied by an employee of the Oceanarium (in accordance with clauses 4 and 7 of article 15 of Federal Law No. 181 of 24.11.1995 as amended on 29.07.2018);
  • To touch aquariums and exhibits, put your hands in aquariums, feed and touch the fauna, throw food and foreign objects (coins etc.) into aquariums;
  • To use camera flash when taking photos.
  • The administration reserves the right to remove visitors who violate these rules from the Oceanarium.
  • The administration reserves the right to refuse entry to the Oceanarium without explanation.