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Le Village des Automates, Saint-Cannat

(2.8/5 based on 190 reviews on the web)
You and your children will discover magical worlds of automatons in Le Village des Automates. The park has many themes to pique the interest of individuals of different sizes and interests. You can visit the theme areas, whose themes vary from Disney stories such as Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Gulliver’s Tale to even a nod to Mexico and Santa Claus. You can also entertain your children with a monorail ride, a puppet show, a visit to the petting zoo and a string of other activities that the park offers. Put Le Village des Automates on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Saint-Cannat trip itinerary builder.
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Reviews
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  • Lots of small houses with themes, inviting them to travel, outdoor games for all ages and all tastes! Possibility to do the course in a stroller for kicking soft little snack with terrace to enjoy a small ice cream or a drink with your family, at reasonable prices! And all this in the open air! Entry a bit pricey, but worth it! Ability to Pass 2 parks, with Park games Montopoto by side, inside.
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  • A small park very friendly, if c is a bit dated, there are many attractions that appeal to the little ones. To discover if you are passing in the corner, 2 hour visit / walk or a bit more if you want to eat on site (table of spades and snack)
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  • I put three stars because the children are having a good time. Unfortunately these aren't automatons that attract but space, zip lines, animals etc. Automata are archi old (I went small, about thirty years ago), that is to say if they have experienced. The Park suffers cruelly maintenance... games breaks are not repaired for example. It would be good to all to the taste of the day and in the State that the entry is not given!
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  • Great family day. Nice, in nature. Attractions in the Woods most of the time, and tailored to small. The set is super nice and peaceful for parents. On the other hand, l waiting for lunch. Focus on the picnic. We will be back, it's on!
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  • Super small park for children. CAP and sunglasses provide the summer even though there are quite a few trees to provide shade. The food is good for a park. The toilet was clean enough. And a promo for this summer with two parks, what more. It may not have the same requirements as a Disney park with a 4 times cheaper price. Family Park I recommend.
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  • Big potential, but gives the impression of old-fashioned flea market. After seen from the eyes of a child, it should be fine. Not more than two hours for a child of 2 two years and a half and cool for adults.
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  • Village of automata is a place of attraction outdoor very nice for children. Some animations are a bit dated but my daughter has enjoyed. Very nice bar with affordable prices.
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  • Despite some negative reviews, this place is very nice for adults as for children. Attractions are yet not so ageing than that and especially what work of thoroughness in the castles, but also in all the small houses nearby. Santa Claus automatons, pirates, I find that these automata have nothing to envy to the Disney Dolls House.
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