Trip Planner:   Europe  /  France  /  Centre-Val de Loire  /  Loir-et-Cher  /  Saint-Aignan  /  Zoos & Aquariums  /  ZooParc de Beauval
ZooParc de Beauval, Saint-Aignan
(4.4/5 based on 5,000+ reviews on the web)
Not only is this zoo dedicated to protecting endangered species, ZooParc de Beauval is ranked among the top 15 beautiful zoos in the world. Bring the whole family to learn about conservation and the facility's endangered species breeding program that sends animals to other zoos around the world. Then, visit the tropical greenhouse that houses a rainbow of tropical birds. The raptor show features 20 large birds of prey, with a starring Andean condor with a wingspan over 3 m (9.8 ft) wide. More than 4,600 animals are featured here, including white lions, manatees, tigers, kangaroos, koalas, and giant pandas. Make ZooParc de Beauval a part of your Saint-Aignan vacation plans using our Saint-Aignan travel itinerary maker.
Create a full Saint-Aignan itinerary

Plan your trip to Saint-Aignan

  • Get a personalized plan

    A complete day-by-day itinerary
    based on your preferences
  • Customize it

    Refine your plan. We'll find the
    best routes and schedules
  • Book it

    Choose from the best hotels
    and activities. Up to 50% off
  • Manage it

    Everything in one place.
    Everyone on the same page.
  • Venus of Toulon to visit this zoo. an exceptional variety of animals! This zoo has enchanted us well maintained and spacious enclosures! Apart from manatees indeed where space for such imposing animals seems reduced... If the animals are healthy and seem happy! A of course!
    View original
  • The 1st thing that strikes arriving is the diversity of animals greeted by this zoo. But diversity does not rhyme with proper care. The aviaries are tiny, elephants have no space where to swim and the big cats running around in cages for rabbits. Manatees have still less surface as in the Vincennes zoo (it's not little say!), it's a shame. Overcrowding is evident to a large number of species: compulsive behaviors and eyes filled with distress are poignant. Some animals are going to hurt themselves trying to get out (I have photos to support). In 2016 was the host of a new species: the hippos; in 2017 is a park to the lions... But no improvement in the enclosure of the on-site animals is planned. Before opening new attractions to lure the barge, he should already make it acceptable to the living space of the animals housed. We would have preferred better use of 29 euros in admission ticket! If you want to picnic there, be aware that it is forbidden to bring food from the outside. The food on site is very average, and plan a long waiting time. In short, if you want to see many animals, it's a very good zoo. If want to see happy animals, go your way.
    View original
  • Extraordinary variety of animals, beautiful facilities, awareness has environmental and bio-diversity. Staff nice and ready has answer to all questions.
    View original
  • The zoo has a wide selection of animals and a number you don't find I'm your average zoo. When we went though it was very busy and difficult to get around. The pathways were very uneven with lots of steep sections that weren't very pushchair friendly. It's also very expensive to get in. Might be better at a quieter part of the season in terms of busyness.
  • Fantastic zoo. So much to see in one day. Best zoo I've been too.
  • This zoo is superb. Close encounter with animals. Many eateries around for you to rest
  • Best zoo I've ever been to. Fairly small but they've got everything.
  • Very nice zoo; lot's of different types of animals; was very crowded the day we visited and the narrow paths were not efficient enough so there were lot's of "traffic jams" but overall a great day out with the kids!