Except for Disneyland Paris that is open all year round and Futuroscope (already opened on February 15), French amusement parks will open their doors for the new season next April. Only Vulcania will open earlier on March 19th with a new lava and fire exhibit. Le Puy du Fou will open this season on April 11 under the sign of the Renaissance with a new show, a new universe theme (the castle of the Renaissance) and even a new hotel. As we previously told you Parc Asterix will reopen April 12 the new childrens area called La Forêt d’Idefix. La Mer de Sable also will reopen on April 12 with a new show “Le camp des explorateurs”. Finally in Alsace, we’ll have to wait until July for the scheduled opening of the Le Petit Prince theme park with 30 attractions, replacing the Bioscope closed in 2012.
About Carlos Canaes
Old school coaster fan, gamer and theme park blogger.
Went to Law school and works as an attorney. Has 46 and lives in Lisbon, Portugal