AQUATIS Aquarium-Vivarium Lausanne

Route de Berne 144
From Monday to Sunday
10:00 - 18:00
10 chf
It presents animals through a totally immersive and interactive scenography using innovative digital technologies. More than an aquarium or a vivarium, AQUATIS is an exceptional journey through our planet’s most fascinating freshwater environments. It is a recreational area, a pole of environmental education and a platform for exchanges.
Useful information


Route de Berne 144
1010 Lausanne-Vennes

How to get there


10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00
10:00 - 18:00

ADULT (from 16 years old)

29 chf

CHILD (from 5 to 15)

19 chf

CHILD (< 5 years)


FAMILY (two adults + one child)

69 chf

ADULT GROUP (valid from 10 persons, reservations only)

24 chf

CHILDREN GROUP (valid from 10 persons, reservations only)

15 chf

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION (unlimited and nominative - Adults)

149 chf

ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION (unlimited and nominative - Children)

99 chf

STUDENT/AVS/AI (with justification only)

27 chf

HAPPY HOUR (daily from 5pm, online only)

10 chf

- Access by car : A9 motorway, exit Lausanne/Vennes
- Access by public transportation : metro M2, direction Croisettes, stop at Vennes
- Parking P+R of 1'200 parking spaces

More info
Experience the magic of freshwater thanks to:

• A journey of 3500 m2
• 46 aquariums/vivariums/terrariums
• 10 000 fishes
• 100 reptiles and amphibians

Freshwater is key to the message that AQUATIS wishes to communicate. It will of course determine the pace of the tour that has been designed like the life cycle of a drop of water as it travels around the world. AQUATIS invites visitors to dive head first into an immersive trip around the five continents to discover the main freshwater ecosystems and their flora and fauna.

AQUATIS wishes to establish a long-lasting and emotional link with water, vital source of life. The wonderful journey becomes a journey of initiation and the tour encourages each and every visitor to think about their relationship with nature and raises several questions.

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