Mirror Maze Prehistoric Maze
The prehistoric labyrinth is a playful and pedagogical universe Where you can have an offbeat vision of prehistory by living a maximum of sensations. A set of 16 puzzles is offered throughout the course, allowing you to refine your knowledge of Cro-Magnon and its universe, especially in the pedagogical Maze Panel.
On more than 1000 m2, find 22 anomalies and cross 6 different atmospheres:
The Ice path
The course in search of Cro Magnon begins with this fantastic universe where strange forms surprise visitors, who are accompanied by the curious Professor Jean Netessur.
The bivouac of Professor Jean Netessur
The archaeologist fascinated by the labyrinth of mirrors and his inhabitant Cro Magnon invites you in his bivouac to discover his unusual equipment. A researcher not like the others...
The cave with paintings
Young and old are invited to admire the cave with paintings and animal drawings. The children discover the animals that lived in the Cro Magnon era and have to find the intruder who slipped into the picture.
Wolves, bears and lions hide in their dens. You will even have to face the terrible bats to access the labyrinth.
The maze of Mirrors
After all these tests, you can finally enter the maze but how to get out? With protective gloves, you are helped by Cro Magnon but you have to be patient. A cathedral of mirrors with special effects lose all its landmarks.
The Educational Maze panel
At the exit, 7 mini-courses plunge the participants into the heart of Cro Magnon's life.
Rates only for the reception of the site
Adult: €13.90-Child (4 to 12 years old): €10.90
Child under 4 years free
Packages available on sites.
The Ticket +, only purchased online (online booking button), will allow you direct access by the VIP box, and will greatly limit your expectation. It is increased by 1 euro compared to the rate in force at the Caisses du site.
Dates and Times
From 10 February to 11 March: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
From March 31st to May 6th: 12h to 18h
From May 07 to June 30:1pm to 6pm
from 01 July to 03 September: 10am to 8pm
From September 3rd to September 30th: 2pm to 6pm
From October 20th to November 4th: 1pm to 6pm