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Open from March 24th. to Novembre 4th. 2018 More details on our website Since its opening in 1976, NaturOparC is involved in the conservation of local threatened species... Listen to the free white storks colony, dive with the european otters...more
This is a great stop for kids over the age of about 4. Wonderful things to see and do. I enjoyed learning about storks and seeing them in all stages (they have nest with young storks one-day old, two days, a week, three weeks, etc.)...More
It is a very nice place to go with children. There are many animals to see and a couple if shows that will complete the visit. There a nice place to eat or have just a pause and interact with storks as they come to...More
We had a very good time there with our young children. the show is not to be missed if you go there. I've never seen so many cigognes (Alsace iconic bird), kids loved watching and taking pictures. While it's quite a small park, count roughly...More
This place is just wonderful. Would have love to spent more time. Perfectly acomodated into the local landscape. Very entertaining show despite the fact that Pinguins are not really from the Alsace. Great example how present local Flora and Fauna.
Despite nothing being in English (and speaking minimum French) this was well worth the time and money. It was fabulous to see the storks....from newly hatched through to a few weeks old and then to fully mature. We learnt that the Alsace stork population had...More
A nice wee place, nothing flash but well executed.
The live show was well received by the 5yo. The otter enclosure was a bit tricky for the small kids to get a view.
Some interactive exhibits that were still beyond the 3 and 5yo. The...More
We visited this wonderful place as a retired couple.We thoroughly enjoyed it and know that our grandchildren would have loved it(next time maybe).The place is well organised with plenty of staff.My husband doesn't speak French,but the pictorial,clear signage made everything clear.We found ourselves marvelling at...More
This turned out to be even more interesting than their web site presented. Our grandchildren loved it, but in addition it gobs of information about storks, otters, and other creatures, the whole place is a wonderfully and beautifully planted wet land with ponds, boardwalks above...More