The new exhibition “Littoral Aquitain”

The new exhibition “littoral aquitain” of the museum of Bordeaux

Discover the new semi-permanent exhibition at the Natural History Museum of Bordeaux. Come and discover the exhibition “Littoral Aquitain” and the remarkable natural sites of the region.

exposition littoral aquitain museum bordeauxThe multitude of natural habitats present on the Aquitaine coastline, has contributed to the growth of a varied and unique flora and fauna, which are considerable sources of biodiversity.

The aim of the exhibition of the Museum of Bordeaux is to provide a way to know our coastline and what makes it up. The sketches and photos in natura of the species present in the collection allow to approach the landscapes, the animals and the people who inhabit this environment. We discover some species that we can meet during a walk between the tip of Grave and the Spanish border.

During your visit to the exhibition, you can learn more about the birds that live on the Atlantic coast thanks to the two wall displays. The first is dedicated to the Laridae family, which includes gulls and seagulls. The second is a bird guide presented in a rotating display case. Specimens can be selected and brought to your attention using a multimedia terminal.


Semi-permanent exhibition until 31/01/2025
Natural History Museum of Bordeaux, 5 place Bardineau – 33000 Bordeaux

Opening hours :

  • Open from 10:30 am – 5:30 pm. Closed on Mondays and holidays.

Prices :

  • Full price : 8 euros
  • Reduced rate : 4,5 euros

More information :

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