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Mouton Village

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jfa wrote a review Jul 2020
Brussel19 contributions1 helpful vote
Nice park with lots of sheep (goats, pig, alpaca, chicken, guinea pits..) in lovely surrounding. We went during Corona, so it wasn’t possible to feed the babies but because of this the park offers a discount rate.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Anna A wrote a review Sep 2018
6 contributions4 helpful votes
I read a couple of negative reviews on here before my visit - they seem to be from the same person but a year apart so I am not sure if they are personal, but they seem a bit odd if not. Why would you return if you didn't like it the first time? Also, yes the name of the park does tell it all - it is a sheep park. Not sure what he thought he was getting!!! However, these didn't put me off and I visited along with my son who is 2 and a half, and my mother in law. We had a great time and wished we could have stayed longer! Yes it is mostly full of sheep (again, as the name suggests...) but you go in expecting that so unless your expectations are for a zoo, you shouldn't be disappointed. There were a huge number of animals to see and the surroundings were lovely - they all have little houses in their pens relevant to their breed and there are some other animals like alpacas, donkeys and pigs. There was a great playground and a few other facilities such as a little education hut and a much bigger building next to the playground. The mini farm by the playground was also lovely, with small animals like small goats, rabbits, ducks and chickens. We watched some of the animals get fed but unfortunately missed the lamb bottle feeding. The little shop within the ticketing office was also good and had a wide range of products on offer. I thought the ticket prices were reasonable too - definitely not a rip off. If you are in the area and looking for a family-friendly activity, then I would highly recommend this.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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KramerremarK wrote a review Jul 2017
Zeist, The Netherlands92 contributions31 helpful votes
A bit a waste of time and money. A farm what is free in our hometown. Bunch of sheep and goats on a field. Some lost pigs or other common animals. But hey. Really nothing else to do ariund Vasles!
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Date of experience: August 2016
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KramerremarK wrote a review Aug 2016
Zeist, The Netherlands92 contributions31 helpful votes
You will have a walk and will be guided through twenty-something different kinds of sheep. You an also find 2 donkeys, few goats and a few pigs. Nothing special and quite high priced.
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Date of experience: July 2016
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