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Parc ZOO du Reynou, Limoges

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  • This small zoo is located less than twenty minutes of Limoges. Located in a park dating from the end of the nineteenth century, you will discover a very nice house (which cannot be visited) surrounded by a park with great majestic trees. You start the tour by the farm animals (where your children can go and touch goats directly in their enclosure) then cross spaces where you can see animals from all continents. Although overall fairly well maintained, this park is nowhere near the quality of a La Palmyre zoo. The animals remain fairly few in number and have mainly very large spaces. Many advertised animals missing or were not visible (wolves, rhinos). While the others, they are overall quite few. Along the way, your children can have fun on the many areas of games while you can relax on the many benches. You can also picnic on-site. Inevitably, prefer a sunny day... and no wind as a part of the Park is located on a ridge. In the end, a walk of two to three hours for a price high enough anyway (16 euros per adult and child age 12 and 11 euros per child).
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  • What lovely zoo park and great place for picnic. The chateau grounds are beautifully laid out with some very interesting animals, we loved the Patagonian hares and of course the very cute pigmy goats ...  more »
  • Passing through the region, I discovered in the hotel a brochure of this zoo that reading didn't want to go. The price was decent and on paper it looked very small. In short, by the force of things I resigned myself to go to the children. Very good surprise after the home, it is a large park with many animals and many games for children, yet is not a leisure base. At the height of my 44 years, I can say that I have seen a few zoos and this left me very good memories. My advice:-take a good pair of shoes because you have to walk. I do the entire route and my watch tells me that I scoured area 7 kms. -Take a picnic. This isn't a problem of food on the spot, but there are a lot of benches inside the Park which will allow you to eat near animals. It's even nicer. If necessary, you can buy an ice cream on-site. -If it rains there are very very few shelters but when there is the sunset is the TOP. If I'll be back in the region, it is with pleasure that I will return.
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  • We love to come here - usually for my birthday each year and have now bought an annual pass so we can visit whenever we can. The layout of the parc is lovely with plenty of space to picnic or rest, with a fantastic collection of animals - all which look well cared for and happy. I particularly love the black gibbon who puts on a wonderful display for us each time we see him ! A wonderful place for anyone who loves animals.
  • I've visited a lot of zoos in various countries, so although I enjoyed my day at Reynou, it could've been better in numerous ways... What's good - it's easy to find, plenty of parking space, entrance price/food was reasonably priced, nice location, most of the signs are in English (I speak French anyway), no litter and when I went, although there were quite a lot of visitors, it didn't feel crowded. The petting zoo area with the goats was good fun and very popular. The coatis have a fun enclosure where the visitor can see them up close. What's bad - many of the animals are very difficult to see as they are behind a lot of dense wire and electric fencing or have lots of hiding places in their enclosures. I didn't see any wolves, maned wolves, cheetah, puma, panther, serval, half the monkeys, raccoon, hardly saw the lions, tigers or giraffes as they were so far away. There is a "feeding times" list at the entrance, but I never noticed it as it was facing backwards, and so I didn't see any of the animals being fed. The map wasn't great, and would have been better with feeding times written on it. The (men's) toilets were just about ok. The shop was rather small, expensive and uninteresting. The chateau looks great on the brochures, but is semi-derelict and visitors cannot go inside. The "sens de visite" is confused and people come in all directions. The lake area looks wonderful but unfortunately has hardly any animals there, apart from a few geese that I never saw. The worst thing for me was seeing some animals either injured or in, what I consider, inadequate enclosures. The raccoon looked very unstimulated and his enclosure was very unnatural. One of the ducks, one of the capybaras and the rail had some sort of leg injuries. The crested crane had a grotty enclosure (although he seemed happy enough), the one rhino looked like he would like a rhino companion, 2 parrots were looking sad in a dark cage behind the other parrots, and the owls looked scared and annoyed at being shut in a dark barn where everyone (except me) shouts, bangs on the glass and uses a flash camera at them. Obviously, this is very much the minority as there are 550+ animals apparently, but even seeing a few sad animals for whatever reason, is not pleasant. I appreciate their efforts at Reynou which has the potential to be a really great zoo, but it's not quite there yet.
  • Very nice zoo! This we enjoyed l c is the size of the Park as well as the quiet prevailing there (we sometimes had the impression of having the park for us it was great!) a great family day! A zoo to recommend...
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  • A great Zoological Park that is definitely worth trying! Facilities are of quality and it is obvious that they strive to preserve the animal residents an optimal lifestyle. In conclusion: natural spaces and a variety of species to be discovered (keeping in mind that a Zoo is not a zoo). If you have the opportunity, a beautiful day in perspective...
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  • Very disappointed to be really impractical Park in a stroller! It was would be more like a hike in a zoo! On the site they say more than 600 animals personally I have not seen! And for can I saw they made me really worth! Really disappointed! I do not really recommend to Park! 😡😡😡
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