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This is a beautiful little zoo, well kept. You get to interact with some animals. It's the first zoo in europe we came across monkeys who are very close to us and they are not in cages or have nets around them. The stuff are...More
I had no real expectations of this zoo. However on entering and after paying a reasonable price to get in - I was immediately blown away by the monkeys!!!!..... all on form and excellent entertainment. And the fact there were no cages just blew my...More
A lovely little zoo with some animals you don’t usually see. The two 5 year olds with us absolutely loved it! Professional photo with a trained bird on entry and very reasonable prices. Only moan would be the refreshments facilities leave a lot to be...More
This is a small zoo In Amiens. It’s ok I guess. It entertains the kids for a while. The animals look depressed as their enclosures are small. It’s expensive for what they offer . There is a bit of walking to get to it.
The entry price was 31 euros per adult. However we went to the first showing of the Birdshow and I felt I had had my money's worth already. It was quite spectacular and unlike any other birdshow I have seen in Europe. The rest of...More
very cheap entry to the zoo and at the start you get to have a photo with a bird which you can buy later on if you want to. Nice that the monkeys etc weren’t caged in so was good to see them in the...More
A delightful, well laid out zoo with a variety of animals to see. The monkeys on entering are amusing and fun to watch and are definitely the star attractions. Good value and value for money as we wandered round in our own time exploring and...More
It is bigger than it seems at first: we ended up spending several hours wandering round. There is a good variety of animals, and all seem to be well looked after. The sea lion display is worth seeing. Also it's worth looking out for wild...More
Many of the enclosures are green and have space but I still felt a little uncomfortable. It's still a cage even if those cages don't have walls, as many here do not, but animals kept alone or in small groups and in not enough space...More