Futuroscope adventure park
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© THE ULTIMATE WAVE TAHITI, featuring Kelly Slater, a Stephen Low film - M VIMENET-D LAMING, Architecte.
Futuroscope imagines the future and offers visitors new experiences! This is a concentrate of big thrills, great shows, discoveries and fun for all ages.
Taste molecular gastronomy, dance aboard giant robots, experience augmented reality, be immersed in the cosmos, dream of a better world, the attractions stimulate the imagination and the desire to tame the future!
First leisure park created on the French territory in 1981, Futuroscope celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2012 and continues to renew its attractions.
In 2010 is the official launch of Arthur, the 4D Adventure. Visitors participate in a race with Arthur to escort in the human world. Designed by Luc Besson, this attraction combines the best film technology in favor of a total immersion into the world of the Minimoys.
For its 25th anniversary, the Park has unveiled two new attractions: iMagic, a spectacular show of illusions, worthy of the greatest scenes from Las Vegas, and The Little Prince, a poetic and immersive attraction to vivid sensory effects.
In 2013, Futuroscope explores music in all its dimensions
Music finds its home at Futuroscope in 2013, taking centre stage in a line-up designed to give the whole family attractions with even more original content and new experiences.
- Lady Ô, when the music is a show
Lady Ô brings a flood of scenes bursting from a 75,000-ft² lake as lightshows on water screens, visual mapping, fountains and pyrotechnics are interwoven by state-of-theart stage and show technology.
Dances with robots, your first robot party !
Martin Solveig ventures into new areas of artistic expression and opens clubland to the youngest groovers. The hits he has chosen combine with a fine selection of audio, visual and robot technologies that take visitors into the nightclub of the future, where men and robots dance together.
Fab 4D, bring back the emotions of the past
Fab 4D is the child of music and animated fi lm that gets our visitors rocking on a journey to the source of pop music and to the heart of the Beatles’ musical world.
New in 2013
Visitors can enjoy an outstandingly dizzying experience: sipping a drink as they enjoy the outstanding panoramic view 115 ft above Futuroscope!
- Ultimate Wave Tahiti
Lagoons ringed by coral reefs, unspoilt forests, white beaches… The pictures of paradise from Ultimate Wave Tahiti on the seven-storey-high screen take visitors from Futuroscope to French Polynesia, to join 11-times world surfing champion Kelly Slater and his friend Raimana van Bastolaer.
- Born to be wild
The 3D images in giant format immerse visitors in the forests of Borneo and the arid savannah of Kenya’s Tsavo national park, where they witness the daily work of two scientists dedicated to animal welfare: Dr Galdikas, renowned primatologist and Dr Sheldrick, elephant expert.
- Attack of the Drones
Visitors join the sole survivor of a war between men and flying robots as he fl ees by motorbike on a breathtaking chase to save mankind in this science-fiction adventureaboard a motion simulator that moves in time with the action.
Visitors can roll, spin around, run and leap or just stroll along through the treetops in this 5,400-ft² fun zone.
Futuroscope, it's also...
- 12 hotels with more than 1700 rooms
- 7 restaurants on site
- 10 shops
Exit 28 on the A10 motorway (Paris-Bordeaux) is 2 minutes from the Parc du Futuroscope main entrance.
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
Poitiers 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.
Direct route from London-Stansted operated by Ryanair.
Direct route from Edinburgh operated by Ryanair.
Taxis are available from Poitiers-Biard airport to Futuroscope. Journey time approx. 10-15 minutes
Direct route from Lyon and European cities operated by HOP and Air France.
Parc du Futuroscope
Avenue du Téléport (avenue René Monory)
+33(0)5 49 49 11 12