The exhibition is located in the Access Building and it is a collection of images that show the visitors how the complex was built, the arrival of the first animals, and births; photographs that reflect the experience that millions of visitors to the premises have lived through. They reveal the daily work carried out by the veterinarians and biologists, the bio-educational workshops and the research projects they undertake, and the relation that the animal care workers have established with the animals, as well as the areas that the general public does not see, such as the technical gallery or the laboratories.
Arts & Museums
- Venue Description:
The Parque Oceanografico is one of the four buildings that make up the 'City of Arts and Sciences', an important part of the cultural development within the Valencian capital. This oceanographic park, the only one of its kind in Europe, has been designed by Felix Candela. The park is set up like a real underwater city where the visitors are introduced into the different marine habitats so that they can see many different species in their faithfully reproduced natural surroundings. The objectives of this large park can be summarized as a place to have fun in while teaching visitors about life under 75% of the earth's surface.