The location of this attraction is appealing, nestled into the feet of the Pyrenees, surrounding you with rocky outcrops and peaks. The appeal of the park for my 3 year old son and I was the space - acres of green areas to run around in, a great play ground area, a man-made large pond and waterall which he could run behind. The older children we were with (up to the age of ten) loved the cave painting and spear throwing but were less interested in the demonstrations of tool-making and so on. The exhibition inside was actually pretty good, with representations of cave paintings and various diplays. The headphones with guided tour really bring the place to life but held less interest for the children and so made it hard for the adults to focus themselves on the narration. I'd recommend this place on good-weather day, if you are in the area anyway, and you fancy taking a pic nic and letting the kids wear themselves out in a safe and pleasant park. You and they might also learn a bit about pre-historic man if you can focus long enough!
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