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Prehistoparc, Tursac

(3/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • On arrival, the soundtrack impressed our 3 year old son who was not always very reassured. The visit is friendly and allows you to discover the evolution of lifestyles of the first men in about an hour. In addition, we attended the workshop. The host struggled to to cheer at the start and then made us share his knowledge about the characteristics of great men of Prehistory (from good very useful reminders), tools used, on how fire (awesome) and we then participated in throwing assegai with propeller (fun). Discoveries of works in connection with the time in the shop. Appreciated shaded course. Parking
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  • eager to show this prehistoric Park to my grandchildren and after checking on their website the days and opening what was not my surprise to see that this park opened until April 1st (a simple sign on the entrance gate). If we have to go to see it I find this unprofessional procedure see zero (we have even done 120kms ROUND-TRIP). Fortunately other wonderful site nearby were open.
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  • A place full of memories for a perigordin who travels regularly in these places... Fun and informative both for children (and adults!) Be careful though not to be outdone by a little more modern sites...
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  • Pretty bad experience. Especially since we got sold tickets for an extra (children's) workshop which turned out to by 100% in French. Despite the guide having a badge with both a UK and French flag indicating she would also speak English. It didn't take long for my kids (7 and 8 y/o) to feel completely ignored by the guide who also physically turned away from them to solely address the French audience. It was rude to say the least - something that even the rest of the audience agreed with who insisted in French and in English (!) the guide switch to English at least occasionally to accommodate for all of us. We tried to get a refund - to no avail. 'We don't do refunds, we expect your kids to speak French." The site looks nice at first site - but there are much better parks or museums around for your money in the neighbourhood.
  • The place is nice, on "plunges" relatively in prehistory and we discover that our remedies mother grand and healers are much older that we can imagine! On marvels of intelligence and knowledge that could have and develop our ancestors. Rates, however, are much too high compared to maintenance, the absence of guide and benefits that can offer other tourist attractions of the region. Similarly, it is a pity that the site have not been updated knowledge acquired last 8-10 years. So do not expect to be at the top of the knowledge of prehistoric men with the video film screened at the end of course, dating from the construction of the site, there is a 30aine of years. It is by participating and discussing with the staff that you will enjoy. It is a pity because the potential is there.
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  • Just great for the young and old. Course shaded 1 h 30 (quietly walking with a child of 4 years and 6 years) in evolution not our land 'creation of the planet to the human market' I don't not 5 star just to encourage an expansion of the Park and a neck of paint on the dinosaurs and men.
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  • Very good for children, small shaded walk of one hour with explanatory signs on the man at the time of the prehistory and the surrounding vegetation. €21 2 adults and 2 children - 10 years
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  • Ideal to introduce children to the prehistory. Fun and educational initiations to hunting and the ignition of the fire. Nice walk in the middle of our distant ancestors
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