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After lots of WW2 Histrionic Visits, we thought a well deserved treat for our 3 year old was on the agenda. My daughter in law had checked out the reviews on TripAdvisor and we choose Zoo de Jurques. What a good decision, this zoo has...More
Nice zoo worth a visit easy to follow routes, nice mixture of animals loved the mountain goat enclosure, some animals in small enclosures especially the penguins, all animals seemed very well cared for.
We visited on a quiet day in may and thoroughly enjoyed out visit, so much so we were a the zoo from 10am until 5pm.
The zoo is very well laid out, the animals all seem very happy and are clearly well looked after. The...More
Visited this zoo today and it was fabulous! Lots of exciting animals with a host of facts about each one. Some fantastic photo opportunities. Our 9 year old grandaughter was completely enthralled. The animals all appeared to be very well looked after and kept in...More
This gem was a great surprise. Make no mistake, it's a zoo not a safari park. Animals are in fairly small enclosures. However they spear to be well cared for and healthy. There is plenty to do and see and perhaps offers a compromise for...More
This is a zoo in a beautiful setting, not just rows of cages,but avenues and hidden nooks.It is well set out with two designated routes enabling a comprehensive tour.There is plenty of shade and seats. The animals are all in superb condition and obviously well...More
Went more as a means of keeping the kids occupied for an afternoon and ending up enjoying the visit myself. There's a large range of animals, quite a few big cats which interested me. We arrived at the vulture aviary at feeding time, people are...More
We went here with 5 children aged 1-8, 4 adults The Zoo is very well laid out. There is not too much walking which is good with young kids. The animals all seem to have a perfect amount of space, not over crowded at all...More
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We faced the same issue and decided to leave ours back at the cottage. I think you can but would contact them first. France seems to be a lot more relaxed about dogs than here in the uk. You can take them to Mont st Michel... More
We faced the same issue and decided to leave ours back at the cottage. I think you can but would contact them first. France seems to be a lot more relaxed about dogs than here in the uk. You can take them to Mont st Michel and through the gates etc.
It is a great zoo so would recommend it.