Written on: 25/10/2011 by simonellis (1 review written)
3 generations of our family went. None of us would go again. Lots of waiting and walking involved - so avoid on a wet day. Very poor value. Adults €36, Pensioners €33, Children €27. No deals for a family. So 5 of us was c£140. + €6 parking. Food was incredibly expensive. Best was the 3D Imax Monsters of the Sea. Louisana /. Hurriane was second best - 70mm film on a giant screen. The others we saw were no great shakes ascoording to adults, 11 & 8 year old and grandmother. Simon… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/10/2009
We visited Futuroscope this Summer, and we throughly enjoyed it, I went with my 2 daighters ( 5 and 2) my husband, my parents and my nephew (11) we ALL enjoed the parc, with lots to see and do for us all..
Queing was ok, a bit lenghthy on some attractions but that was to be expected in August, The best rides were Dancing with robots and the Animals of the future. The park is very clean and toilets are located throughout, also very clean, there is a large picnicking area, and you can go out to… Read Full Review
Written on: 31/07/2007 by kevsue1 (1 review written)
Futuroscope was a lovely clean park, lots to see and do. The queues weren't too long, the longest we queued was 20 minutes, compared that with Disney in the school holidays. Definitely worth a visit if you are holidaying in the area… Read Full Review
Written on: 23/09/2006 by Blackjacket (4 reviews written)
Futuroscope is easy to get to east of Poitiers, close to motorway and N10 highway, well signposted but not very easily accessible on foot. There is a large choice of all-budget overnight accommodation in the area which is itself a pleasant, green region of France.
It cost £60 for 2 adults and one child for a full 12 hour day. Car parking should have been £5.
The rides are more cerebral/virtual than most theme parks and often involve more visual image than mechanical beef. Queuing, even in… Read Full Review
Written on: 05/09/2005 by J Dolby (2 reviews written)
Overall Futuroscope is quite good, especially if you have not experienced 3d imex before. Visit the space station 3d last, it is just amazing. If you do this one first you may be dissapointed by some of the others.
Very expensive for our family to visit, gutted that an extra car parking fee is levied. I shudder to think of visiting when busy. Luckily the vast rows of queuing railings were empty. Don't go when the French kids are on holiday!… Read Full Review
Written on: 27/04/2005 by Katherine O (1 review written)
Some good points, but overall Futuroscope is really disappointing! It sounds great. . Until you arrive!
Younger children tend to enjoy it more than the older ones (who have begged to go as they think it will have roller coasters!)Adults will be intrigued yet secretly bored stiff! Nothing stood out or made you interested too be honest but still worth a visit if you have a spare day on holiday!… Read Full Review
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