Find out who eats what and learn about adaptations for different diets.
Keep track of our animals! What clues do they leave behind?
Do keepers keep? What do keepers do every day with the animals?
Feed the animals:
Prepare food and objects to feed the animals. Little ones can discover fresh fruit and vegetables.
The forms of reproduction:
Discover the different forms of reproduction and their stages, from courtship behaviours to taking care of the young.
The themes are presented in a fun and practical way during an hour-long visit by an instructor specialised in education and science. The themes can coincide with the school curriculum or can simply be used to discover new concepts.
Come for a self-guided tour of the park with your school, association or sports club. There are preferential rates for groups of 20 people or more, on prior reservation by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or using our contact form.
The following prices are for groups of 20 people or more:
- Under 3: free
- Ages 3 to 9: €10
- Ages 10 and up: €15
170€-> 2 hr
Head out to discover the Canadian timber wolves, wolverines, elk and reindeer.
Discover the animals of Africa:
Head out to discover the lions, giraffes, meerkats and bushpigs.
Discover endangered species:
Head out to discover the snow leopards, lemurs and red pandas.
Customised guided tour
Amount of donation
Throughout the year
Species available to sponsor
A certificate of sponsorship
An information sheet
The name of your class on our list of honour
A stuffed animal
The name of the class on a plate in front of the enclosure
An educational activity for the chosen species
Groups and schools brochure
Frequently asked questions
Yes, all group outings to the park require advance reservation and a quote. Reserve online using our form!
You can come to the park whenever you like! Whether for an end-of-year visit or to start the school year off right, we’re here to welcome you.
Yes! All our private visits and some of our workshops can be fully adapted to adults.