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Les Noyeraies du Landers Sarlat-la-Caneda
#1 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
It's truly a fascinating process and place and you come away with a much greater appreciation of what it takes--all the hard work and knowledge and dedication--for a long-running family concern to produce a high q...
A great tour of a family farm and delicious products!
Brantome Police Horses & Friends Saint-Pancrace
#2 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Kids well catered for and a lovely setting in the beautiful countryside.. Great to see the horses and hear their stories from the clearly passionate owners Roland and Alice (and Family).. everyone allowed to be ve...
After seeing the gorgeous horses, we got to go into the beautiful family home for fabulous homemade cakes and tea made by Chris’s wife Debbie and met their lovely children, including the newest addition to the fam...
Bambousaie de La Roque-Gageac La Roque-Gageac
#14 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Place des Cornieres, Monpazier Monpazier
#16 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
I was able to ignore the one kid who was trying to make as much noise as humanly possible.
Les Jardins d'Eau Carsac-Aillac
#13 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
We have kids aged 6-12 and they all absolutely loved visiting this garden and so did we!
Children will love the Koi carp tanks and there is an excellent picnic area.
Grotte de Rouffignac Rouffignac-Saint-Cernin-de-Reilhac
#12 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Whole family enjoyed tour on train through cavern having amazing opportunity to see drawings & engravings of mammoths, horses, goats etc. Fantastic experience!
Great way to spend a couple of hours with children 6 and 8 who enjoyed the experience with the electric train ride into the cave.
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Les Jardins de Marqueyssac Vezac
#17 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
The candlelight evenings on Thursdays in July and August are truly magical--sweeping views of the Dordogne valley at sunset, wonderful play areas and crafts for children, a fun maze, various musicians throughout t...
Beautiful views, amazing cafe terrace, fun play areas and netting walk up in the trees which our kids loved (9 and 5).
Reserve Zoologique de Calviac Calviac-en-Perigord
#26 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
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Bastide du Perigord Monpazier
#18 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Chateau de Castelnaud Castelnaud-la-Chapelle
#21 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
It is a real medieval castle, visit is very well designed and the views are awesome !!! Perfect for children and very interesting for adults.
Fantastic castle with things of interest for adults and kids including a Trebuchet demonstration and amazing views.
Musee du Chai de Lardimalie Saint-Pierre-de-Chignac
#30 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Pleasant chap spoke very good English and we were amazed at the family history, building and its contents.
Vieux Sarlat Sarlat-la-Caneda
#6 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
A fantastic place with a very family friendly atmosphere and plenty of interesting architecture to see
Lovely old buildings, good shops cafes, street entertainers were wonderful as well and kids sat and watched one for 30 minutes.
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Le Bournat Le Bugue
#52 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
We had a great day out and excellent value for money with the family ticket and we also got a return visit for free!!!
We went with our three children who thoroughly enjoyed the visit especially the traditional games and fairground rides.
Les Grottes de Maxange Le Buisson-de-Cadouin
#22 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
The caves are beautiful and we, and our children of 7 and 9, were well entertained.
Didn't like the 2nd choices but that is my own taste !! The kids loved it !!!
Saint jean de cole Saint-Jean-de-Cole
#11 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Roc de Cazelle Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil
#48 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Perfect for young children
The kids were enthralled and avidly read all the literature available.
Grotte de Tourtoirac Perigueux
#32 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Prices are realistic and the items of a wide interest for children through to adult interested in the history and geology.
Chateau des Milandes Castelnaud-la-Chapelle
#5 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
The interior is very interesting with elegant and modern bathrooms and everything that depicts the life story of Josephine Baker as an entertainer, secret agent and mother of the children whom were adopted by her.
provided with an audio device to listen to quite informative and learned a lot kids loved it too!
Vesunna Perigueux
#15 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
It is well worth a visit for families and fascinating to learn of this part of Roman history.
Currently (Jan 2017) there is a temporary exhibition of Roman food and markets including tactile displays set up mainly for children.
Jardin Exotique La Roque-Gageac
#25 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Moulin de la Rouzique Couze-et-Saint-Front
#33 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Terrific for kids as well as adults.
The French guide was easy to understand as he had a lot of children in the tour group and he kept trying out English words with us to include us.
Les Cabanes du Breuil Saint-Andre-d'Allas
#36 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Excellent for adults and children to see how these ancient dwellings are constructed.
This farm has been in the same family since 1449 and a family member still lives here.
Roque Saint-Christophe Fort et Cite Troglodytiques Peyzac-le-Moustier
#24 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Well worth a visit, and take your children, it's quite a history lesson!
Well worth a visit, especially with children, it's a living history lesson.
Ferme du Brusquand Marquay
#41 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Very reasonably priced, outdoor dining, friendly staff, family run.
Voie Verte des Berges de l'Isle Trelissac
#58 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Chateau de Commarque Les Eyzies-de-Tayac-Sireuil
#9 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
We had kids with us, and they loved the suits of armor and trebuchets at Castelnaud, but I think everyone in our group enjoyed Chateau de Commarque best.
Chateau de Commarque is a site with many secrets yet to be uncovered, would highly recommend to families with children or to anyone with a natural curiosity.
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Cave Dwellings Belves
#42 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
An interesting place, also for kids.
Les Jardins du Manoir d’Eyrignac Salignac-Eyvigues
#23 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Our children (aged 12 and 14) both were agreeably surprised to find they quite enjoyed it here (it was my choice after the obligatory canoeing etc!) The dog was welcome on her lead (although she would have loved t...
Would definatly recommend anyone to visit here all ages will enjoy it as they do a quiz of the kids in english around the garden with a prize at the end.
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Aquarium du Perigord Noir Le Bugue
#68 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
Our kids really enjoyed feeding the carp and Pierre was really engaging and fun to listen to.
Next, we went to the Aquarium which had various places for children to pet the fish which was fun and see all the alligators and all the other various aquarium presentations.
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Village Troglodytique de la Madeleine Tursac
#64 of 371 things to do in Dordogne
The kids loved being able to walk through the rooms, chapel, and feel how it must have been to live on this high cliff above the river.
The child wore beautiful shell jewelry.