The Jardin d'Acclimatation has a new look

The Jardin d'Acclimatation has a new look

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The Jardin d'Acclimatation reopened on June 1st, 2018 to the delight of summer visitors to Paris. In this fabulous amusement park, you’ll now find some forty attractions including four thrilling roller-coasters, activities for all ages, 18 hectares of walks and around 400 animals! The Bulles de Paris, an upscale boutique hotel, recommends a visit if you’re in the capital with your family.

 

A historic garden

Created in 1860, the Jardin d’Acclimatation is located in the Bois de Boulogne. It brings together, in perfect harmony, beautifully designed landscapes, cultural activities and a theme park. For more than 150 years, this much-loved public park has been delighting generations of children and their parents, who come here to find a haven of relaxation in the heart of the capital. Following an extensive renovation programme, the largest since its creation, the Jardin d’Acclimatation’s new look has been unveiled, and its quite simply stunning! The Louis Vuitton Foundation, which manages the site, wants to make this one of the three most visited leisure parks in France, and this commitment is apparent in every respect.

 

A park now more modern but just as charming

The Jardin d'Acclimatation has received a makeover that modernised it and placed it in tune with current trends while carefully preserving its essential DNA as a place of beauty and family fun.

So, alongside the exciting new rides you can still find plenty of the park’s traditional attractions such as the miniature railway, the riding school, pony rides, the puppet theatre, and the five-kilometre boat trip on the ‘Enchanted River’ through the midst of unspoilt nature. If all the fun makes you hungry, there are various eating places from which to choose. You can also discover thematic workshops (botanical, culinary, etc ...) for adults and children (by reservation).

Book your stay at the Hotel Les Bulles in Paris today to (re) discover the Jardin d'Acclimatation!

 

Photo credit : Valérie Brunissen