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A visit to "La Montagne des Singes" is a magical moment, a special encounter, fabulous discoveries, an enchanting environment...Enter the Monkeys' home, let yourself escape into the fascinating world of 200 Barbary Macaques roaming free in 60 acres...more
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A great place to visit. It was really interesting to get so close to the monkeys and feed them by hand and to learn about their behaviour and environment. It's well maintained and the animals seem happy and free to go where they want. We...More
Took our grandchildren, both in senior school, and we all loved it. The monkeys were so content and gentle and being able to hand feed them popcorn was such fun. Grandchildren walked back some distance for more popcorn ! It was a lovely and peaceful...More
This is something you want be able to experience in the States and well worth it. We spent about 2-3 hours with these friendly monkeys. The kids just loved the idea and had a grand time. Great for the entire family. Even us parent had...More
I came here with my husband and 2 girls and we loved it. It is a unique chance to get so close to monkeys enough to feed them. The food (popcorn) comes with your admission. It takes about an hour and it is nice to...More
Something completely unexpected when visiting the Alsace region of France. The monkeys are amazing and seem to be very happily roaming the grounds. Not all are interested in interacting, but those that are sit very accessibly. The views are amazing including the panorama of the...More
Could be a nice stop for about an hour. There are some specific feeding times when the staff feeds them but you don't loose much if you don't see it... There is a playground, café and souvenir shop if needed.
This was the first stop of our sight-seeing trip. Be aware of the crowds, as this is a very popular place. Watching the Macaus was fun, particularly the youngsters who like children were chasing and goading each other by the pond.
We fell in love with this place. My son was over the moon in the park, feeding monkeys and being so close to them was a great experience. We didn't want to leave the park, it was so good, relaxing, entertaining, educational experience.
Stopped there on our way to Strasbourg. At the car park we thought it was a kids place. In fact, we really enjoyed the visit, it’s very informative on the preservation side and the proximity to the monkeys is a treat for all. Really worth...More
We visited La Montagne des Singes (a.k.a. Monkey Mountain) on the same day as La Volerie des Aigles, and we found Money Mountain to be far more enjoyable and less depressing. While the monkeys do not "perform" for their guests, they really do simply through...More