The evening flashlight tour entitled "Tischlein deck dich - Essen aus dem Meer" (Lay a table - food from the sea) at the OZEANEUM will shed light on fish consumption from March.
Fish sticks, calamari, tuna pizza, smoked salmon or matjes sandwiches are a matter of course for many people. In the Baltic Sea and North Sea aquariums of the OZEANEUM, you can experience numerous animals that many people only know as fish and seafood from the supermarket, portioned and packaged in the freezer or at the fish counter. In this evening tour, fish and other marine animals are "illuminated" in more detail - by the light of flashlights. The cone of light from the lamps focuses on special details. In an extraordinary atmosphere, this exclusive tour after the museum closes offers the opportunity to get to know the animals' way of life and habitat better, to find out which species are endangered, to think outside the box and to question our own consumption. What might a fish sandwich of the future look like?
The tour is aimed at families with children aged eight and over. The museum asks that participants bring one flashlight per person. Tickets are available in advance at the museum ticket offices. They cost 23 euros for adults, 13 euros for children (8-16 years) and 19 euros for concessions. The number of participants is limited to 25 people. The event takes place after the museum closes, which is why access to the museum is no longer possible from 7 pm when the tour begins. Admission starts at 6:45 pm. The tour ends at 8:30 pm. The torchlight tours are not accessible.