Grimmland®

Grimmland®, La Roque-d'Antheron: Hours, Address, Grimmland® Reviews: 4/5

Wednesday
10:00 - 19:00
Saturday
10:00 - 19:00
Sunday
10:00 - 19:00
About
Opening on 9th june 2021 ! GRIMMLAND® is located on an area of ​​5 hectares in the town of La Roque d'Antheron. It is home to a plant building on almost 6 km of paths. This natural building, which can reach some alleys, almost 3 meters high, has become the largest planted labyrinth in Europe! Cross the Giant Labyrinth " The Forest of Grimm" through our 4 puzzle circuits, adapted according to the age of our visitors, for 1:30 of strolling! Discover the Park through our orientation race ! With family or friends, the Park also offers thirty activities and games for the fun of the youngest and the greatest: Zipline, Adventure course, pedal Kart, Tobogliss, Home Ball. For the olders the Challenge Zone, the Explor'Games®, the Double Nautic' Jet and for the youngest ones, the Coin des Mousses, the Laby Baby, the Mini Adventure course, the Caterpillar ...
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victoriaxyz
Zurich, Switzerland593 contributions
Much needed break for Kids touring Luberon
Apr 2018 • Family
It was fun touring in Luberon, but after a while the kids were bored. This park provided much needed fun for my boys. Great maze which took us about 30 min to figure our way out. They also loved the jumping balls and the roulette style trampolin. All in all we spent good 3 hours there and the kids and dad had a good workout. The entrance price was only 10 euros per person. If you have kids 5-13, don’t miss this place.
Written 29 April 2018
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Thanks for your feedback ! See you soon for new adventures
Written 30 April 2018
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Honighase
San Damiano d'Asti, Italy67 contributions
The kids loved it
Aug 2016 • Family
The maze is huge and took us a good hour and a half to complete (with three small children). There are 4 games to make the maze more fun as well. There are many different playground areas after the maze, which our kids loved. Staff were very friendly and there's a picnic area where people can eat and drink things they've brought along or which they have bought at the kiosk. The whole experience is great value for money (you don't have to pay for kids under 1 metre).
Written 18 August 2016
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Koen M
57 contributions
Entertaining
Jul 2016 • Family
Worthwhile with children, the maze is challenging, the water slide is great fun! Worth a visit! Maze takes a while to get out
Written 25 July 2016
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DrJulianFreeman
Tel Aviv, Israel69 contributions
Hardly amazing
Aug 2015
Admittedly the kids enjoyed it for an hour which is the main thing. For the waiting parents, like going back to the third world thirty years ago. Filthy, very basic kiosk/cafeteria and the toilets!!! Last cleaned thirty years ago. Paintball down the road was great though.
Written 25 August 2015
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sandersgm
Gravesend, UK145 contributions
Great half day for kids.
Aug 2014
The maze is in four sub-sections. You have to find code letters hidden under magic stones which make up a magic word. Magic word gets you a prize at the end. Great fun for the kids. Suggest the adults sit in the shade with a good book and a slush puppy from the snack bar. Worth the €8 entrance fee.
Written 14 August 2014
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GNR80
Richmond, VA389 contributions
This is for the KIDS, not you.
Jun 2014 • Family
My four kids, ages 8-14, thoroughly enjoyed this site. We were there on a Wednesday, while the French schools were still in session and we had the place to ourselves.

It was a little tricky to find, but once we did, my kids had a great time following the map through the maze and finding what they needed to. Added bonus: a tower in the middle of the maze that they got to climb up.

Afterwards, they loved the zip lines and the trampolines. My son was given a marigold plant to take with him and he took great delight in leaving it in a planter on the street of our tiny village.

Some basic candy was the reward for finishing the quest. We also purchased some water at a reasonable price and sat at the picnic tables. But yes, the bathrooms are gross, so avoid if possible. More like outhouses with sawdust to throw on top.

This is the perfect place to stop to reward kids who have been patiently following you through all the historical sites and museums in Provence. Recommend especially for ages 5-10.
Written 27 June 2014
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cjmumto2
London, UK88 contributions
A brilliant Maze
Aug 2013 • Family
My children loved this place. It definitely is the biggest maze we have ever been in, it took an hour at least to get through. My children loved finding all the items we were given on the check list and then spent another 30 mins on the Go Karts, overall a good morning out for children.

I personally took off a star as they do not have "proper toilets". It was a dry toilet that you then cover with sawdust so I would not go. There is also no food to buy only sweets and ice creams, so take a picnic.
Written 29 August 2013
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