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Le Bournat

#1 of 12 things to do in Le Bugue Features Animals
191 allee Paul Jean Souriau, 24260 Le Bugue, France
+33 5 53 08 41 99
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Disappointing

Not much to do and very crowded. Not sure what all the fuss is about. It's like an amusement Park... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Nicolas R
via mobile
Take a step back into history

Bournat is a recreation of a French village around 1900. Houses, shops, funfair etc. Artisans... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
thewalkers2016
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Greater London, United Kingdom
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191 allee Paul Jean Souriau, 24260 Le Bugue, France
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+33 5 53 08 41 99
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Not much to do and very crowded. Not sure what all the fuss is about. It's like an amusement Park from 100 years ago. Old and rusty rides. Yes you see a little about arts and crafts. Yes there a few token animals. Really not...More

Thank Nicolas R
Reviewed 1 week ago

Bournat is a recreation of a French village around 1900. Houses, shops, funfair etc. Artisans showing their crafts; we saw a knife maker who told us all how they were made (in perfect English). The only extra cost was for boat rides otherwise funfair to...More

Thank thewalkers2016
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We visited the park with 7 people and had a good time. The park demonstrates life at the start of the previous century, so the enjoyment depends a bit on your interest in that. Visiting the park in August meant that it was busy, but...More

Thank remco_devries007
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

A great time period park for those looking for something 'slower' paced and with a vintage feel. This is not a park of high adrenaline rides! The early 1900s theme is well executed. The park is clean and was not busy on the day we...More

Thank MichaelJIreland
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Eco friendly park with awesome things to do. Nothing fancy and or disney proof, just plain old fashion fun. A fresh breath of air for the whole family. Awesome catering with only fresh products and authentic prep. Must visit!! Well worth any euro spend.

Thank SebastiaanLeeuw
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

They have recreated a French village from pre First World War period. Comprehensive range of steam powered and horse powered farm instruments. Demonstrations of bread baking, walnut oil pressing, blacksmith and working windmill. Antique funfair rides and stalls plus mechanical horse rides which provided amusement...More

Thank Suzy1Kent
Reviewed June 27, 2017

8 ADULTS - 4 CHILDREN Once you pass through the ultra modern ticket office and gift shop everything else at this park leaves little to be desired. We arrived at opening, very few staff. The few rides did not open until 11 and three of...More

Thank Wendy C
Reviewed June 26, 2017

Recreations of French village life from the 1900s. Farm machinery and animals. Craftsmen and women demonstrating their work. A great old fashioned fairground and a superb galloping horses ride that teenagers will probably turn their noses up at but which we enjoyed. I particularly enjoyed...More

1  Thank Wellfan
Reviewed April 7, 2017

A great step back in time! Some great skills to watch, and good value products to purchase (mainly produced by the resident artisans. The younger children will love the old fashioned part rides and the adults will enjoy the artisans' skills. Entrance is not too...More

Thank Gary B
Reviewed January 3, 2017

An Old French Town You can spend the whole day in here, it has rides, picnic areas, animals and various demonstrations in crafts. you can get a dual ticket and visit the marine park next door Don't forget your camera. Keep your ticket apparently they...More

Thank PAdams6304
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