This cave is located 35 km from Millau and around 70 km from Montpellier. Grotte de Labeil is the most southerly of the caves at Larzac and is crossed by an underground river. It is situated at 700m above sea level and its natural entrance was once used for making Roquefort...

Home to a large number of lizards, snakes, tortoises, crocodiles and geckos this is a must-to outing for any reptile crazy children. The Reptilarium du Larzac offers guided tours for groups. There's also a mini farm. Open all year round but with shorter opening times off season. Located 25 km from...

This cave, between Cévennes and Ardèche, was one of the first caves in France to have been given the “Qualite Tourisme” label. It is supposedly one of the 3 most beautiful caves in France and covers 30kms and is 35 million years old. The underground tour of La Cocalière, following...

This independent cinema in Montpellier’s Celleneuve district, just outside the city centre has a dedicated programme of films for children. Every week there’s a different film, and sometimes there’s a little art workshop or activity to complement the movie. Visit the website for more details. Find more indoor activities for kids...

The Opéra National de Montpellier is located in the Place de la Comédie. Opéra Junior, directed by Jérôme Pillement since 2009, offers children and teenagers the opportunity to discover opera by participating in shows created under professional conditions. The young singers have the chance to be trained in singing, dancing, theatre, and discover all the trades of...

Musée Fabre in Montpellier is the most important art museum in the Languedoc. An association was formed to encourage and help people to engage with Montpellier’s Musée Fabre. They’ve devised three booklets for children to make their museum visit more fun and hold various events for kids and their families....