Montpellier

This European bison reserve in one of the most beautiful parks in France.The forest is the natural habitat of the European bison. With a weight of up to one ton and a girth of 2 meters, the bison is undoubtedly the largest European land mammal. In winter, the visit of the European bison...

Thirty minutes away from Béziers and 1hour 15 from Montpellier. Here you can hire canoes and paddles and take a trip down the river - anything from 1.5 hours to 7 hours. Suitable for children from 6 years on, provided they can swim. There are also 2 or 3 days...

Four kilometres north of the city centre, this zoo covering 60 hectares, has an enormous population of wild animals. It’s laid out like a safari park, with most of the animals roaming free in open enclosures: be prepared to walk a lot. As part of the zoo there is an...

A discovery park with a difference – you walk above, in and around art installations by contemporary artists. It can take up to half a day to walk along the 2km path, as there is so much to discover along the way. Adults pay the same price as children but...

Petit Paradis is situated approx 20 minutes to the north of Montpellier. The family run park, created in 1998 now hosts over 150 animals of 30 different species. There are also playgrounds and adventure courses, pony rides for children over 2 years old and boat rides on an artificial lake....

The Steam Train from Anduze to Saint-Jean-du-Gard runs mid March to mid November. It's a 13km route winding through tunnels and along viaducts with superb views of the valley of the Gardon. Find more outdoor activities for kids in Montpellier...

The Mare Nostrum Aquarium and the Galileo Planetarium merged to become Planet Ocean Montpellier. Here you will find a fun and immersive exploration from the seabed to the edge of the universe. There are 24 pools housing nearly 400 different animal species. Each space has been designed so that everyone,...