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Had a free day on our tour based in La Bugue and spent a pleasant 4/5 hours here. Lots of interesting heritage and workshops. Plenty of things for children to do so lots of school parties. Plenty of food outlets or take a picnic.
I have came with my family at the beginning of June and the park to our joy was quite empty.
Its an early 19th century style amusement park with few stops that shows you how people have lived in those days.
The amusements them self...More
Fantastic place to visit, especially with young children. It easily filled a whole day for us. Our 5yo, 3yo and 1yo really enjoyed this place. Great to see the various craftsworkers carrying out a good variety of trades. Everything seemed to be open whilst we...More
My little girl (1) loved it.
All the staff were so welcoming.
It makes a pleasant change when you pay to enter a park and everything inside is also included in the price.
Excellent rides eg. Vintage carousel, slides, mini horse on track and ferris...More
We absolutely loved our day out with a 3 year old and 1 year old to Le Bournat. It was a lot bigger with more to do than I expected. We had a nice lunch in the cafe, we didn't visit the restaurant as it...More
We spent about 3 hours inside with our (almost) 2 year old daughter and we enjoyed every single minute. The park has a nice collection of old carousels and they don't hesitate to start it up for a single kid if needed. Very friendly people....More
We had a lovely day here. It wasn't too busy compared to more modern-styled amusement parks but there was plenty to do for for our children (aged 8 and 5). If you are looking for high thrills then this isn't the place to find them,...More
Not much to do and very crowded. Not sure what all the fuss is about. It's like an amusement Park from 100 years ago. Old and rusty rides. Yes you see a little about arts and crafts. Yes there a few token animals. Really not...More
Bournat is a recreation of a French village around 1900. Houses, shops, funfair etc. Artisans showing their crafts; we saw a knife maker who told us all how they were made (in perfect English). The only extra cost was for boat rides otherwise funfair to...More