Introduction to Normandy indoor leisure parks
For a rainy day (or even a very hot day ) there are a number of indoor leisure parks in Normandy. Activities range from mini golf, trampolining and ball parks to go-karting rollerskating and climbing walls.
There are various sites dotted around France; the Normandy locations are Granville and Caen. The Granville site caters for children from 0 – 12 accompanied by an adult. During term time the park is open on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays from 10am to 9am. During the school holidays, it’s open every day with the same opening hours. For more information and other locations, visit their website.
Raptor Park welcomes families looking for some indoor fun and games with a Jurassic period theme. This park is one of the biggest in Europe and opened just a couple of years ago. It’s not far from Granville and Coutances at 10 route de la Roncette in Lingreville. It’s open every day from 10am to 7pm during the school holidays and caters for the whole family, not just children. In term time it’s open at the weekends. Whether you like dinosaurs or not, teenagers and adults will also find plenty of things to do. There are different ticket packages available and you can find out more information here.
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There are many more indoor leisure centres in Normandy for a guaranteed family friendly activity.