A Christmas party with 36,000 animals in one of the biggest aquariums in Europe – it doesn’t get much more unique than that…
Christmas is coming early to NAUSICAA aquarium – on Friday 12 December 2014, to be exact. The French National Sea Centre in Boulogne sur Mer is holding a “Mer Veilleuse” evening on the theme of a “Tropical Christmas”. The Centre will be full of the magic of Christmas from 6.30 pm onwards, giving guests an opportunity to explore NAUSICAA in a fairytale, musical ambiance dotted with surprises and very special meetings.
Special lighting effects, dives, feeding sessions, musical entertainment, a chance to see Nausicaa’s mascot, Jomo, and many other surprises await visitors during this magical evening.
For children of all ages who have been good during the year, Father Christmas will be there, in a broadcast direct from his toy-making workshop. And although he’ll be busy tying up presents, the youngest members of the family might get a chance to speak to him. Just send a letter to Santa Claus at the following address: email@example.com.
Of course, it’s also an opportunity to see NAUSICAA’s 36,000 animals in a magical, grandiose display.
The evening is designed for families, companies and works committees.
Admission with advanced booking only. Visit the Centre from 4pm.
Booking required on +33 (0)3 21 30 99 89. Limited availability.
A number of packages are available to help you get the best out of this wonderful evening. In addition to a tour and tasting sessions, you can also book dinner in a private room at La Matelote (opposite NAUSICAA) or a Mer Veilleux weekend including one night on the Opal Coast. Check out NAUSICAA’s website for more information: www.nausicaa.co.uk
Next Mer Veilleuse evening: Saturday 14 February 2015, for Valentine’s Day.