The exhibition “Cornucopia” is drawing to a close and will end on 30th September 2010.
Since the 2nd April 2010, over 470,000 visitors have been able to discover some of Damien Hirst’s exceptional works, on display in the remarkable collection of marine specimens and underwater fauna at the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco.
In order to enable “latecomers” to take advantage of this exhibition, the Oceanographic Museum is inviting you to spend an evening at the Museum and will stay open until midnight on 28th and 29th September 2010.
With ambient music, a bar service on the panoramic terrace and visits of all the exhibition halls and aquariums, the Late Night openings will offer you the opportunity to visit the museum and enjoy the contemporary art on display in an original manner.
In order to enable as many people as possible to take advantage of these Late Night openings, the admission fee will cost 2 Euros (from 7 p.m.) instead of the usual 13 Euros.