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Secondary to Disneyland Paris park, Walt Disney Studios opened in 2002 and gives visitors a "behind-the-scenes" look at the magic of filmmaking. Organized into 4 different lots, as in movie lots, the park offers families a variety of attractions for all ages. For the little ones, there is Toy Story Playland with rides and attractions from the beloved film. For the older kids, there is an Aerosmith-theme rollercoaster, the deathly Tower of Terror and the thrilling Moteurs Action! live action stunt show. Everyone will enjoy taking a trip back in time and strolling through Hollywood Boulevard during the golden age of film.
Musée Safran offers a chance to explore over a century of aeronautical development under one roof. This museum offers guided tours by prior booking for a minimum of 10 persons. The museum's unique collection features aircraft engines, helicopters, landing gear, rockets, and much more. The interactive displays allow you to explore the history of aviation in a fun and engaging manner. Visitors can try their hand at flying a plane with the flight simulator. The museum has limited opening hours and details of booking a visit and a guided tour are available on the website.
Located on the Route de Champagne, the Château de Condé is a historical monument that has been inhabited by princes since the early Middle-age. It has been inherited by the Bourbon family in the 15th century. Rumor has it that Cardinal de Bourbon Vendôme, better known as Prince de Comdé, has been named after this domain, since he loved to spend time there. Still family-owned, the dazzling castle is available to the public for visits in the summer. Consult them also for receptions and wedding rentals.
Located just a short train ride away from central Paris, the Disneyland resort faced some opposition when it first opened its doors in 1992. Any controversies seem to be all forgotten, Disneyland Paris is now the most visited tourist attraction in Europe, receiving over 15 million visitors every year - that's more than the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower combined. Like other Disney parks around the world, expect to see familiar staples such as Sleeping Beauty castle, Pirates of the Caribbean, Fantasyland and rugged Frontierland. Adventureland is unique, it has an Aladdin theme, including a bazaar and restaurant. Transportation to the park from central Paris is quite easy, just take RER C to Marne-la-Vallé. Train station is located right at the gate of the park. For families wishing to spend a few days exploring the park, there are several fantastic Disney-owned hotels in the area including the impressive art deco Disney's New York Hotel.
Located in the picturesque commune of Bussy Saint-Martin, Parc Culturel de Rentilly has plenty to offer to its neighboring residents. While a chateau occupies a major part of the property, the landscaped gardens surrounding it offer plenty of tranquil spaces to visitors. The culturally inclined will love the regular exhibits on display in the chateau, while kids can enjoy the occasional live performances held here. If you're lucky, you might just see a deer peeping from behind the bushes.
Located within the sprawling theme park of Disneyland Paris, the Disney Village provides exciting entertainment through its various features. It hosts regular live concerts that appeal to all age groups, web radio entertainment for preschoolers and kids, the Gaumont Cinema Complex, the IMAX 3D theater and the Panor Magique, a hot air ballooning adventure. Besides, there are plenty of dining options, shops to take home your favorite toys and arcade-style recreation areas.
Set against an adventurous backdrop where both kids and adults can enjoy, Davy Crockett's Adventure Park makes for a perfect weekend outing. A tight rope bridges the gap between two trees in the park, and visitors can traverse this distance in the utmost safe and fun manner. The park comprises of several play areas, with varying difficulty levels for adults and kids. There is also a zip-line suspension for a more thrilling experience.
This is your time to live life through the eyes of a fish. Sea Life center takes a journey through the river Seine, then to the deep Atlantic, and beyond to the Caribbean. What you encounter along the way, is magical - thousands of amazing freshwater and sea creatures including sharks, rays and giant skate in two spectacular ocean displays; you can even attend talks and the feeding demonstrations. But if you have something against creatures with tentacles, then this is definitely not the place for you.