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“Awesome fun for kids, not too bad for parents either.”

Le Village des Fous
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Le Village des Fous, Whatizit ? A 2 acres amusement park full of crazy games for children and grown-ups, but also a place of discoveries and curiosity which reserves you funny surprises! A place governed by absurd, where being mad as hatter is an art of living. Flying bathtub, upside down huts, SplashPlage, the Experiencez District and the famous 13 meters high Affil Tower ! If you are lucky enough to get into this funny village, prepare yourself to be dumbfounded!
Reviewed 15 August 2015

What a hoot! Went with my son (aged 6) and wife. Loved it, particularly the labyrinth and the water balloon battle. Lots to do, plenty of space, felt really chilled out. Take a picnic, spend all day.
I did get the impression that there were parts that had been decommissioned or run down. The clues, puzzles and waterfalls mentioned in other reviews of the labyrinth seemed to be missing - although we found some old sections that might have been what was referred to.

Date of experience: July 2015
Thank Joe C
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Reviewed 13 August 2015

Arrived at 5pm to take the edge off the August heat. 3 adults, 3 children...75 €.
All very laid back inside. It was not teaming with people at all. There was a pleasant atmosphere. Those present were mainly French.
The rides were suitable for.the 2 11year olds and 1 13year old. The water activities were really enjoyed...so do.pack trunks. There are changing facilities along the route so you can change back.into dries and vice versa.
The slides are great fun and the central climbing triangle is a good challenge.
There is plenty of shade and you can bring your own.picnic with you. It is a typically French experience in that it is not overly formal.or.overly.regulated. just kick.back.and enjoy.

Date of experience: August 2015
Thank oldbakerman
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Reviewed 18 May 2015

The kids like this place (they prefer the other two parks situated in the same area, though).
There is a large maze that the kids really enjoyed going through - however, remember that you are in France so all information is in French. It took some time to figure out how to get the answers right in the maze but the kids still enjoyed themselves.
It is recommendable to go on a sunny day - we went in October and it was a bit too chilly to wear a bathing suit - and it is a lot more fun when the kids can play in the small water park! There are also several other fun things for the kids to do - and you can bring your own food, which is definitely a plus in my book :-)

Date of experience: October 2014
1  Thank Rikke T
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Reviewed 19 October 2014

A very fun park. Although very simple and not highly maintained, we very much enjoyed our day. The maze is very interactive so it's fun for the whole family. Plus, there are a few other activities that are an extra time killer for kids.
Recommended to anyone looking for kids' activities at a low cost.

Date of experience: October 2014
1  Thank Lotem K
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Reviewed 18 August 2014

Having read the mostly positive reviews here, we decided to try out LabyFolies whilst on holiday in the South of France. The park was well signposted, with plenty of free parking. It was a little confusing what you needed to do to even get into the labyrynth (The "Laby" of the name), but once that was figured out it made more sense. You go round finding information to be able to progress to the next zone. There are plenty of opportunities to drop out of the labyrynth and head to the other attractions, and after a few zones we did that. The only reason I don't give it 5 stars is that the labyrynth is a little bit imtimidating with it's goulish theme. There are tips in French and English, but you have to figure out how to get in and progress.

Our children (ages 7 and 5) got a lot out of the visit, and it's suitable for a wide range of ages. It's not a big theme park with roller-coasters, but much more than a playground. On a hot summers day it's a good place to visit. There is plenty of shade and places to sit while the children are off doing activites. It does seem to be thoughfully constructed, with nothing far from everything else.

We would recomend going if you have a child or children from about age 4 to 14. Don't forget a picnic and swimwear!

Date of experience: August 2014
1  Thank Gavin N
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