Le Village Gaulois, Pleumeur Bodou

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Discover a village of yesteryear at Le Village Gaulois, a park built using building techniques from over 2,000 years ago. Invite your family to play over twenty original and educational games, such as collecting all of the ingredients, like wood, metal, and imagination, to make a Druid’s potion. The MEEM organization that developed the park uses the proceeds to benefit children’s schools in impoverished areas in Africa. This intelligent leisure activity boosts social responsibility, biodiversity, ecological consciousness, and cultural conscientiousness. With our international travel planner, Pleumeur Bodou attractions like Le Village Gaulois can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Many original wooden games that change of the classic amusement park (up to a handcrafted carousel powered... handmade by the public). The kids especially enjoyed walks in boat and drakkar with possibility to send a jet of water to other boats. A maze is dark and confusing and even a little creepy (accompany your children younger!). Rustic appearance games are sometimes very elaborate. In one afternoon, we missed a few games due to lack of time. The whole family had a great time for a decent price (€20 for 2 adults/2 children) compared to other sites of relaxation. In addition, the benefits of the Park Fund action for development in Africa.
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  • August 17, 2017
    Four years after our first family visit, my children kept an extra memory of this park and have not been disappointed when we came back this summer. Fans of thrills, special effects and garish neon, go your way! Here, everything is wooden, mechanical and... Super clever! You can be a little surprised at first, but you quickly get to the games, we have fun together, we discover and we learn. Better: it does a good deed because the profits (the Park is particularly animated by young friendly scouts) are used to fund humanitarian projects in Africa. Take your time, let you go, and have fun!
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  • August 16, 2017
    Young and old will find in this park fun. The activities are varied and original. The African part of the Park is most educational. I come back with pleasure with each stay for nearly 15 years
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  • August 19, 2017
    It is the built on the same exact location where the village of Astrex exist in the storie
  • August 22, 2016
    Kids (2 and 5 year old) had a brilliant time there, seen all the old games. They loved me pushing them around on the chariots and in the boat swing. I loved seen all the history too.
  • August 29, 2016
    Bargain 20 Euros for about 4 hours of fun for the children and adults.
  • December 16, 2016
    Super
  • August 24, 2017
    I was disappointed. They say amusement park, but these are just distractions in reality. The framework is well done. But the games really are for small, not more than 7 years in my opinion. There is no real organization to monitor time spent on games. Those who look good are monopolized for a long time. It discourages the wait. Do only if you have kids in age.
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