How long does it take to visit the whole park?
On average, visitors spend 4.5 hours at the park, discovering a miniature version of France and having fun on the attractions.
How do you decide which monuments to include?
Each region is represented by UNESCO World Heritage monuments or sites, but there are also traditional villages, ports and stations as well as typical monuments found in the region or linked to traditions.
What do you use to make the models?
Today, the models are made out of plastic: PVC, ABS or polyurethane for the core parts of the buildings. The other parts, such as shutters, chimney stacks, gargoyles and alike are made using resin. The final touches are added to the models using paint and patina.
Is there somewhere to have a picnic in the park?
Picnic areas are available for the park’s visitors. They are equipped with wooden tables and benches and shaded by gazebos.
Do you accept groups at France Miniature?
There are specific services and rates for groups. Please call the contact centre on +33 (0)1 30 16 16 30 (no extra cost).
What is the most suitable age for children visiting France Miniature?
France Miniature is perfectly suited for all ages! The 5 hectares of landscaped park and monuments are interspersed with miniature, moving trains, boats and cars. At several points throughout the visit fun, educational activities are on offer to entertain our youngest visitors. Children over 7 years old can go on the attractions on their own and those over 4 years old accompanied by an adult.
What means of payment are allowed at the park?
Payments can be made in cash (euros), checks, credit cards or American Express, checks holidays.