4.5 based on 548 reviews
We wanted something to do after Disneyland on our way north and this was on the way. We visited on a Wednesday in the school holidays and we're almost the only people there. The building is architecturally really interesting and the Exhibitions combine interesting objects, displayed really well, and really good explanatory panels, most with English translations. There is an excellent shop and vending machine.
4.5 based on 107 reviews
Paint Ball Park, offering rental of all necessary gear and equipment.
Super paintball franchement je remercie tout à côté du pain de bol de nous avoir accueilli c'était vachement cool je vous remercie je conseil ce paintball à tout le monde
4.5 based on 13 reviews
A new addition to Disneyland Paris that celebrates cinema.
We went to both parks but I have to sat that the Disney park was better than the Walt Disney Studios park. My favourite part of this park was the Art of Animation display.
4 based on 17 reviews
4.5 based on 955 reviews
3.5 based on 58 reviews
we stayed at the international campsite there. a great point for camping and then getting to eurodisney, parc asterix and paris. the leisure facilities lovely. my daughter swam at the 'beach' every day - lifeguards on duty - climbed the variety of climbing things, and we also rentend kayaks. the man in the kayak kiosk v helpful and friendly. note that it is only open afternoons on weekdays though.
4.5 based on 142 reviews
While visiting the beautiful city of Meaux, we had the opportunity to see this gorgeous Cathedral. It is having some work done to it at the moment, but it does not take away from the beauty of this grand old Cathedral. The Cathedral is located right in the center of the town amongst many restaurants and shops. while visiting Meaux, it is a great place to spend some time.
3.5 based on 4 reviews
Hello Royal Kids is a big payground covered and air-conditioned. The children have fun in slides, track of motorcycle, musics at the discotheque, trampoline, ball pool as crazy. The adults can accompany them or have a coffee by taking advantage of their free WiFi connection. Everybody is delights at Royal Kids.
Je suis allé à Amus'land avec deux enfants de 24 mois. Tout c'est bien passé, l'endroit est bien. Ne pas y aller trop tard. Car le Samedi c'est Anniv Party et ça cours, crie et ça fait du monde.
Mais l'endroit est très bien conçus.
Je tiens à signaler que c'est pour tt age. Du tt petit petit au plus grand.
4 based on 34 reviews
Although this Disney theme park, originally named Euro-Disney, was met with protest following its opening in 1992, Disneyland Paris is now frequented by large crowds drawn by technologically advanced rides and attractions.
Was so much overcrowded (march, weekday) that im afraid my kids will remember the lines, not the attractions... The park itself is perfect, staff manages the lines perfectly, but lines at security, entrance, toilets, restaurants, attractions, everywhere...
Ok, its a kind of "must see once" for kids, but im happy that we are done with it...
4.5 based on 84 reviews
We parked here for free and walked into town centre to see markets (Saturday morning). Park is very large with woodland running trails, riverside walk and fitness equipment (eg pull up bars, balance beam). There is a children's playground near the car park with slides etc for age up to 10 years. Next to the playground is a man made sandy beach which was popular with toddlers. Bring your bucket and spade! Toilets on site too.
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