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This is good for adults and children. You walk along an easily traversed path there are exhibits at intervals all along the path. Telling of the life of prehistoric man. The exhibit signs are in French,English and German. They also give you a handout in...More
This park is essentially a nice woodland walk through and up the sides of a valley. It passes scenes from stone age life with short explanatory passages in French, English and Dutch and accompanying audio effects. While not particularly detailed this proved a perfect way...More
We came here on a showery August afternoon while holidaying in the Dordogne. Under 5s go free, so a family with 2 kids and 1 child over 5 (and one free) it was about 19euros. Set in a lovely wooded area, there are plenty of...More
this place is mostly just a bunch of life size models of different animals, "cavemen" etc, but unfortunately for my daughter and I the most interesting thing about the exhibit was the detailed info on the different plants in the region, as opposed to the...More
As suggested by the title, upon entry we were invited to attend the workshops where we would be told how to make implements, fire and weapons in the pre-historic era. This was worth the extra payment, and we also got to throw our weapons!
Our 23 month old found it wonderful looking at all the models. My wife and I also enjoyed walking around reading the plaques and the guide.
If it had been just us we would have felt very disappointed as realistically it is pretty basic -...More
Very we'll put together and informative parc. I wasn't sure how much our one year old would get out of it but she was fascinated! Great way to spend a couple of hours just wandering around. Lovely setting. We had no problem finding it with...More
The signs from Tursac are the usual French standard and non existent, but if you continue on the road to Sarlat you will come across the parc. Parking is on the opposite side of the road to the entrance, parking is free. Entrance fees are...More
We visited some prehistorical caves in the area and wanted to give a good visual to our 6 year old about how people lived back then. This was a great park to visit for this purpose. It has a very good visual with sound effects...More
If you're looking for animation, moving parts, rides and attractions this is not the place for you. However if you're looking for a place to learn a bit about Neanderthal and Cro-Magnon man and have kids under 10, this is a good value place to...More