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    Rendez-vous at Futuroscope

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    A different kind of leisure park experience

    With more than 40 million visitors since it opened, Futuroscope is one of the best-loved leisure parks in France and the only one of its kind in Europe.

    Futuroscope is the ideal place to relax in, with 60 hectares of tranquil green countryside and 25 original experiences you won't find anywhere else: films in giant format, thrill-filled attractions, 3D rides with 4D effects, games, live shows, open-air activities, and more...
    The spectacular theatres inside Futuroscope are gigantic sculptures and their futuristic lines blend in smoothly with the surrounding landscape.

    Discovery and thrills guaranteed for everyone, young and old!

    New attractions

    The time machine, an incredible journey back in time with the raving rabbits
    Futuroscope has cranked up this attraction with a unique blend of art and technology to bring visitors an all-out intensive immersive experience. The moving platform and polarized glasses take the audience through 4 historical scenes, each bursting with thrill after thrill against backdrops that merge with 3D computer-generated images and are boosted by 4D effects, and immersing them in a key moment from History

    Hubble Mission
    This IMAX 3D adventure propels young audiences out to the Hubble Space Telescope to join the crew of the space shuttle Atlantis on a high-stakes repair mission. Their aim is to keep Hubble observing. This rescue operation takes visitors on a journey to explore nebulae, galaxies, and stars, and to unveil the mysteries of the universe.

    Virus Attack
    Visitors are shrunk to a microscopic size and sent hurtling on a simulator ride into the human body, where they have to pass through muscle tissue, meander down the digestive system, and fight off white blood cells in order to wipe out a dreaded virus – all with only a few minutes to do it in.

    Aerobar
    The Aerobar lifts twelve lucky guests 115 foot in the air with drink (and snack) in hand to have twelve minutes of spectacular views over the Park. This is an entirely unusual experience in the foodtainment mould and can be enjoyed with family and friends.
    Feet dangling from the airship – you will not have drunk a glass of champagne from this position ever!

    The best-of Futuroscope

    Dances with Robots remixed by Martin Solveig
    This star attraction gets a new club beat this year as ten 23-ft-high robot arms pick up their passengers and perform a series of brand new dance routines to remixes from the famous DJ, in time with breathtaking lighting and special effects. Get back into the groove!
    "The Robothespian" who welcomes you inside the attraction has been created by the British Company "Engineered Arts".

    Arthur, the 4D Adventure
    Directed by Luc Besson (director of The Fifth Element, Leon, and The Big Blue), Arthur the 4D adventure takes young visitors into the make-believe world of the Minimoys. The full array of image technologies (3D modelling, large-format IMAX 3D images, motion simulator and physical effects in the theatre) and the creative flair seen in the Minimoys world thrust young visitors on a roller coaster ride of excitement and thrills.
    This attraction has received in 2012 the TEA award for Outstanding achievement.

    Lady Ô – Evening Show
    Our brand new show Lady Ô sends you spinning into a world of dream and make-believe to end the day in a glorious extravaganza as art and technology combine to bring this groundbreaking evening spectacular bursting up from one of the largest water stages in Europe.
    A magical night-time experience you will never forget...

    Imagic
    Look on in wonder at the all-new, eye-dazzling, Vegas-style magic show! The tricks and action keep on coming in an ethereal atmosphere. Kids and grown-ups are invited to become the illusionist's accomplice, but will they know where reality begins and ends?
    Voted best major magic show 2012/2013 in France.

    Your stay at Futuroscope

    - 13 one to four-star hotels
    - 7 restaurants on site
    - 10 shops

    Access

    Ideally located near the Atlantic coast, in the Poitou-Charentes region, between the Loire Valley, Vendée, Cognac, La Rochelle and the Dordogne.

    By road
    Exit 28 on the A10 motorway (Paris-Bordeaux) is 2 minutes from the Parc du Futuroscope main entrance.

    By train
    Futuroscope-TGV train station : Eurostar to Lille then TGV right to Futuroscope-TGV train station. Direct route from many towns and cities on the high-speed TGV train.
    Poitiers train station is 20 minutes drive away from Futuroscope. Getting into Futuroscope is easy by public transport (buses lines 1 and E) operated by Vitalis or taxis.

    By plane
    Direct route from London-Stansted and Edinburgh operated by Ryanair.
    Direct route from Lyon and European cities operated by HOP and Air France.
    Taxis are available from Poitiers-Biard airport to Futuroscope. Journey time approx. 10-15 minutes

    Contact

    Parc du Futuroscope
    Avenue René Monory
    86360 Chasseneuil-du-Poitou
    France
    +33 5 49 49 59 06 

 
 

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