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Château et Parc zoologique de la Bourbansais

A zoo surrounding a beautiful château
Zoo - Wildlife park in Pleugueneuc
  • Whether you come to visit the château or the zoo, or both, you’ll have an unforgettable day!

  • As well as the usual zoo animals – lions, panthers, tigers and parrots – you’ll discover some rare and unusual animals at La Bourbansais, like meerkats, wallabies, marabou stork, anteaters and even Watusi cattle. What’s more, this year the zoo launched a new walk through 4000 sq. metres of woodland where you can observe three species of lemurs, Madagascar's emblematic animal. There are also two shows to see at the park: hunting with birds of prey and the “Fidèle meute”, or faithful hounds, a...
    As well as the usual zoo animals – lions, panthers, tigers and parrots – you’ll discover some rare and unusual animals at La Bourbansais, like meerkats, wallabies, marabou stork, anteaters and even Watusi cattle. What’s more, this year the zoo launched a new walk through 4000 sq. metres of woodland where you can observe three species of lemurs, Madagascar's emblematic animal. There are also two shows to see at the park: hunting with birds of prey and the “Fidèle meute”, or faithful hounds, a demonstration in which 50 French tricolour hounds take part. And if you have time, make sure you visit the château. Built in the 16th century on the site of a former Gallo-Roman villa, this former residence of members of the Parliament of Brittany - renovated in the 18th century - is one of the region’s most beautiful chateaux.
  • Environment
    • In the country
  • Spoken languages
    • French
    • English
  • Tourism and handicap
Services
  • Equipment
    • Bar
    • Restaurant
    • Equipped seminar room
    • Wifi
  • Services
    • Disabled facilities and reception
    • Boutique
    • Play area
    • Toilets
Rates
Payment methods
  • Debit cards
  • Holiday cheques
  • Cash
  • Rates 2022
  • Adult
    From 19.50 € to 22.50 €
  • Child rate
    From 14.50 € to 16.50 €
Openings
Openings
  • From February 5, 2022 until November 27, 2022
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