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Dennlys Parc

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Dennlys Parc

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11 Rue du Moulin Dennebroeucq, 62560 Saint-Omer France
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Visit of the historic center of Saint-Omer
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Visit of the historic center of Saint-Omer

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Circuit in the historic center of the city, the main buildings presented allow you to have a glimpse of the history of the city of Saint-Omer
$12.38 per adult
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Anaëlle T wrote a review Aug 2020
11 contributions1 helpful vote
We went there on a very hot day with five kids (ages : 1, 2, 3, 5, 6) and two grannies and it was just perfect! We found space on parking 1 (only to discover that there were even more space just in the front of the entrance). Toilets are very clean, water fresh. The activities were suited for kids all ages (at least till 10, I’d say) and due to the Covid-19, the queues were very short (most of the time, no waiting at all. We only waited for 15 minutes at the littles bouncy horses - which weren’t that funny but pleased my 2 year-old daughter - and the giant water glides - which weren’t very fast either). We much appreciated all the benches that allowed everyone to sit everywhere. Dinner (boxes with nuggets for kids and tacos or kebab for adults) was just acceptable, but you can’t expect much from that kind of fast-food, can you? Staff was mostly friendly and useful, alleys were clean enough. We didn’t visit the shop, though. We were there for five hours ; we didn’t have time for everything because we did several times the kids’ favorites, but I think that with an entire day (say 7 hours), you can get pretty every attraction you wish AND a nice ice-cream :) would go back again without hesitation.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Sabina wrote a review Aug 2019
40 contributions5 helpful votes
Great parc. The first time all of us really enjoyed the attractions. Adapted for the whole family. The tickets are relatively cheap, free parking, attractions were not crowded. Recommended for family with young children, but not only.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Emma C wrote a review Jun 2019
London, United Kingdom9 contributions6 helpful votes
This was our second visit to this place. Lovely little theme park with lots to do for teeny ones, toddlers and young children. Still some bigger rides to keep.older children happy. Lots of picnic areas and toilet facilities, although the fact they only have baby changing in the ladies toilets feels very out of date. A few food outlets selling standard theme park stuff. Decent free parking. Face painting there too but not sure if that is year-round. A very enjoyable day.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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richard H wrote a review Sep 2018
8 contributions13 helpful votes
I have been twice with my extended family and we love it. It has an array of rides for everyone but it is probably geared up for families - older teenagers and twenty somethings would find it limited. Staff are friendly and it's clean and well-laid out. My only criticism is that it could do with another couple of rides to alleviate the queuing at peak-times - or perhaps extend the roller-train and have two trains running. Also, as it's in the countryside, perhaps attach a 'petting zoo'...
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Date of experience: August 2018
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bb4_the1 wrote a review Sep 2018
Den Bosch, The Netherlands155 contributions13 helpful votes
This is a really cute little theme park for smaller kids. Although a bit out of the way it’s worth a gentle drive and visit. It’s super clean and has plenty of trees around. I would suggest it’s best for kids 3-12 even though it has some reasonably hectic rides. The aeroplane one is super cool.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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