Au Pays Des Merveilles
Au Pays Des Merveilles
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Alice in Wonderland, Snow-White and their friends are waiting for you in their fairy tale theme park. More then 45 activities for the whole family including the Wonderland maze, the spooky house, the wading pool, the huge inside and outside games, the animals, the longest slides you will ever see, the rides ,the miniature golf and much more.
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mcrocque
Ottawa,Ontario6 contributions
Jul 2011 • Family
The park is absolutly great for all ages. We had a blast. I highly recommend that you bring you kids there.
Written November 4, 2011
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alisonpalk
Beaconsfield, Canada16 contributions
Jul 2016 • Friends
This is a nice day out if you have little children. The rides are designed to be fun and exciting without being too scary. Everything is reasonably well-maintained and clean. I took my children several times when they were little. If you have a child over 6-7 years of age, check online first to make sure your child is not too big for some of the rides.
Written January 29, 2017
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emilie2816
Montreal, Canada15 contributions
Aug 2014 • Family
A short review will make it: My title should be enough. It has everything your kids really want for 20 dollars per person. Living in Saint-Sauveur, we took a season pass for about 40$ per person. Every member of the staff there is very kind and funny. The attractions are just perfect. You can bring your own food or eat there. Everything is made to accommodate families. It is clean, lots of high chairs and so many activities. The people that own that park must be children lovers, for real. Because I bet this is a lot of work and investment. And I really want to thank them because what they do is precious for us and our two little girls.
Written August 30, 2014
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Traveller_mom2
Ottawa, Canada173 contributions
Jul 2011
I've been going there every summer for the last 3 years - We were there on July 4th, 2011 with my 2 kids (now aged 3 and 4).

The idea is very nice - at the bottom, there's a bunch of carnival rides. A little rollercoaster (meant for children 10 and under), a train, a carousel, an apple spinner, flying airplanes, a bunch of inflatables and a fun area with tubes and slides. There's also a haunted house (it needs improvement). There's a teensy park (consist of 2 metal slides - ouch!) and an eating area with picnic tables all around.

If you go up a little, there's a gated splash pool. There's 2 sides, one for younger children (2 and younger - water goes to ankles) with a black mat so they don't slip and the other side is also for younger children but its slighty deeper (2 and over - water goes to your calf).

In the past years, they used to have a tractor train ride that you could get on every 5 minutes and it would take you up the moutain so you could walk down to see the rest of the place but this year they told us the tractor had died so we had to walk up. I was with my very pregnany SIL who made it up but it wasn't easy. I could see this being a problem for overweight people, pregnant ladies, people with heavy strollers/wagons, etc....

Once we got up there, there was a schedule Alice in Wonderland show so we stayed to watch. The whole thing was done in french so my children didn't understand a thing so it was pretty boring for us. Next, there's a few farm animals, a labrynte (that actually took us about 15 minutes to get out of) and another park with slides that go almost to the bottom of the mountain (which means you;d have to walk back up :-)

There's alot of different things to see on the moutain, there's alice in wonderland, snow white, Cinderella.....the big bad wolf....there's also empty little homes with displays inside like of hansel and gretel. Along the path there's also huge checker and chess games, and a bunch of other little games (mini golf for $). At a certain point in the middle, there's another park/rest area with bathrooms, water fountains and a little kiosk with popsicles, slushies, juice, etc....

If you plan on going, bring a bathing suit, towel, lunch and change of clothes. Plan your day well......We started with the rides in the morning, then the pool till lunch, we ate, got dressed (my husband put all our wet towels, etc back in the car) and walked to the top and worked our way down until we left. You can easily make a full day out of this place and see everything.

Bottom line, I love the idea and with such long winters in Montreal, I'm always looking to be outdoors in the summer and this is a nice place. With that said, don't expect Disney World - this place needs some major updating ASAP. All their costumes are faded and tired. (They now refer to them as pyjamas and thats exactly what they look like!), they definitely need to get a new tractor to take people up because thats going to be a problem for some people. I also didnt like that they didnt even have a golf cart or anything for emergencies....

Bring a lunch and make a picnic because there's not much for sale. Your basic hamburger and fries but thats it. If you have young children, you definitely need a stroller or wagon. You can rent a wagon from the gift shop but I didnt check for how much.

Have fun!
Written July 12, 2011
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GoHabsGo24Cups
Montreal37 contributions
Aug 2016 • Family
Excellent value! Family of four cost less than $80 for day long passes and my 3.5 and 5.5 year olds had a blast! Free parking too. I highly recommend this place to all parents with kids between 2-7 years old. Beats the value of Legoland in California... I paid $300cdn for a family of four and my 3 year old could only do 25% of the rides due to her size.
Also, staff well trained!
Written August 1, 2016
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shine5829
Montreal, Canada10 contributions
Aug 2011
First off 18$ to get in per person between the ages of 2-99. One cashier to accept your money, hence unnecessary line-up. Nature trail which includes games for kids made of plywood. then there was the abandoned school bus the kids could go on, as well as the rusty tractor in the middle of the woods. There were also some obstacles made of plywood and old rotten wood that your kids can climb on and get splinters. The petting zoo area is decent and well kept. the employees for the most part, friendly and very child oriented. the picnic area is adequate. and the rest-rooms were clean for the most part. Definitely not worth the 18$ a head though. All in all, it was a 100$ day (gas, food etc.)For that money, i could have taken my family to the ecomuseum 2 times and still had money left over for ice cream. The rides were suitable for young kids and the site is generally clean.
Written August 2, 2011
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Travel__jay
Montreal, Canada87 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
Went here with my 5 year old nephew and I was truly impressed with the whole site. The site is extremely clean. There are tons of activities to do for kids from 2-10 years old. You can bring your own lunch. The staff is unbelievably kind and patient. Thus place is 5 stars all the way. There is literally everything you need to have a blast with kids for the day and it's inexpensive compared to other places. Loved it! Great job to the owners for the upkeep!
Written July 26, 2018
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Mel_Laurier
Montreal, Canada126 contributions
Jun 2018 • Family
We visited Au pays des Merveilles with my two kids (2.5 and 5 years old) and their cousins. The park is well designed for families of young children and is filled with rides, characters to meet, inflatable games, picnic areas, a water games pad, play areas.
There is a restaurant, but you can bring you own picnic and eat on one of the shaded rest areas. Plenty of microwave ovens to heat baby’s food, high chairs, changing pads and washrooms. I saw a breastfeeding room, but you can breastfeed anywhere in the park.
The staff is very nice.
It is a must go with young children. You will not regret it!
Written June 26, 2018
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pric0329
Sainte-Adele, Canada19 contributions
Jul 2017
Very nice place to go with your child and friend lot of thing to do for child stay out side all day to play
Written December 22, 2017
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Cinzia1983
Montreal, Canada42 contributions
Jun 2016 • Family
We were two families with children under 5. It was the most fun we have had in a long time. I would definitely bring my own food in the future but otherwise everything was perfect. It is not brand new but it is very clean and more than the kids could ever need. Apart from the stuff at the restaurant the service was courteous and friendly. We will definitely be back.
Written June 25, 2016
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