Heading straight for the 'Le Monde des Enfants', both girls jumped onto the busy rides ... the Nipper Dipper (see below pic), the Da Vinci inspired ride and Le Tourbillion.... before heading into the wider park to see some of the amazing architecture and attractions... It took some effort but we visited pretty much all of the 25 live shows, evening spectaculars and exhilarating adventure rides... so I guess it's possible to get your monies worth and there are certainly things for every age to enjoy.
But in truth thats hugely unfair on the other attractions... as there are some real opportunities to learn such as the IMAX production of Tiny Giants (chipmunk/mouse journeys through early life) or the futuristic areas at 'Futur L'Expo'.. (a glimpse into future technologies). Perhaps even better was the more sensory 'Journey into the Dark'.. a blind person's perspective of the world....
For those considering a visit too, perhaps the most important point about Futuroscope is that they are constantly adding new attractions (e.g Ice Age - 4D adventure through History or the evening spectacular 'La Forge aux Etoiles'... Continually winning awards for the best attractions by creating adventurous yet educational opportunities that everyone can enjoy... Next year, we'll certainly visit with grandparents too.... the question is what will they enjoy the most??? I guess we'll just have to try it to find out.......
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