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Le Parc des Felins, Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux

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Zoo / Aquarium
Le Parc des Felins dedicates itself to the breeding and conservation of 30 different species and subspecies of the wildest members of the feline family. A total of 140 cats live in the park, which covers 60 hectares (150 acres). The European circuit is the smallest, housing wildcats and lynx. Continuing to the left, you'll reach the African circuit, with fast-running cheetahs, Katanga lions, white lions, Persian leopards, and black-footed cats. The American circuit features pumas, bobcats, jaguars, and more. Finally, you'll reach the Asian circuit, with Samarian and Siberian tigers, Amur leopards, and sand cats. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Le Parc des Felins by using our Lumigny-Nesles-Ormeaux trip builder.
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  • I took public transport to the park. There are three possible train routes (just under €9) and all are connected by bus (use a standard metro type ticket for the bus). Best to ask the driver when to g...  more »
  • This is a new attraction, which is well laid out but be warned it is along walk, the train is worth doing first to get a feel of the site. There is no guarantee of seeing the cats as the pens are very...  more »
  • This is my third visit and it is always a well organized park that doesn't look like a zoo. The timing is perfect to visit the big cats, as they laze in the grass in front of the visitor. Spring seems...  more »
  • Lovely park. Lots of cats who seem happy. Kids love the goats to pet and feed.
  • Great family day out, nice big spaces for the cats, highly recommended.
  • If you're at least remotely interested in cats, just go there and see a lot of them. Just be prepared to spend several hours walking around, so choosing a warm day is preferred.
  • Best place ever!
  • This park delivers on being a park dedicated to cats, it had so many different types of cats big and small, all the animals were in huge enclosures and seemed well feed and looked after. We were some of the only people walking around so it was nice and peaceful, we both really enjoyed visiting this park