Futuroscope Theme Park France – Near Poitiers, Vienne
Hurricane on the Bayou – 2010
so has resulted in huge coastal erosion. The damage to its bayous and wetlands, once natural
hurricane defenses, has been such that New Orleans finds itself at growing danger from cyclones.
Hurricane on the Bayou is a thrilling story and a musical celebration of New Orleans that teaches
young ages about the effect of protecting wetlands and ecosystems.
Brush with Genius – 2010
The paintings on the 6,500-ft² screen in Brush with Genius grant a totally new glance at Van Gogh and his work and the film’s striking graphics are a thrilling adventure to the sources of the artist’s inspiration.
The way the IMAX technology gives young guests a new view of art makes the cinema an original
Arthur, the 4D Adventure – 2009
Arthur, the 4D Adventure from Luc Besson (director of The Fifth Element, Leon, and The Big Blue)
takes young visitors into the make-believe world of the Minimoys. The complete collection of vision technologies
(3D modeling, large-format IMAX 3D images, motion simulator and physical effects in the arena) and
the imaginative aptitude is seen in the Minimoys world thrust young guests on a roller coaster ride of excitement and thrills.
The Future is Wild New version 2009
Darwin’s theory of evolution projects light on how species evolved in the antiquity and is the incentive for Futuroscope’s imaginative look into tomorrow. Our young guests climb aboard safari vehicles for an interactive augmented-reality venture, where, kitted out with camera-binoculars and sensor bracelets, they will engage and communicate with animals that could be wandering the planet millions of years from now.
Cosmic Collisions – 2009
This spectacular, immersive and informative show from the American Museum of Natural History,
narrated by Robert Redford, takes young guests on a breathtaking adventure through time and space to
behold the cosmic crashes that shape the world. The scientific pictures are shown on the dome
the screen was taken by NASA satellites and modeled to simulate cosmic phenomena in 3D.
Fly Me to the Moon, 2009
Be a fly on the wall inside the first moon shuttle in Fly Me to the Moon and live an incredible
adventure with three stowaways.
Enjoy the amazing new games in Children’s World; A fun area for children where all the family can
The Blue Note Mystery evening show – 2009
And at the end of the day, the Blue Note Mystery evening show will bring you in a stunning musical
a fairy tale with lasers and special effects…..
230 million years ago, dinosaurs ruled the animal kingdom. Then, suddenly, 65 million years ago they disappeared. In this film, renowned paleontologist Rodolfo Coria takes us back 80 million years, to Patagonia, in the footsteps of the largest dinosaurs to have walked upon the planet. 70 mm film, shown on a 9,700-ft² hemispherical screen. Running time: 25 minutes.
Castle of Giddiness, the amazing world of Moebius
This spectacular romp takes visitors on a dizzying, interactive adventure into the graphics world of the artist Moebius.Spectacular trail of discovery. Running time: 5 minutes.
Futuroscope’s new dynamic-cinema adventure takes thrill fiends on a pulsating snowmobile expedition across the vast, wild expanses of Lapland. The seats are operated by hydraulic pistons to move in time with the on-screen action.
Seeing the wood
An open-air exhibition of 76 giant photos, in association with the CNDB (the French wood promotion board) and France Bois Forêt.
The Best of Dynamic Cinema
For 2008, Futuroscope brings visitors looking for an adrenalin high a new selection of dynamic adventures to enjoy on seats that move in time to the images. The seats are operated by hydraulic pistons to move in time with the on-screen action. Running time: 5 minutes.
New games in Children’s World
In 2008, Futuroscope gives kids and their families more of what they want by filling the two hectares of Children’s World with more new fun, creative and sporting activities that will work their minds and bodies.
Budding Drivers, in association with MAIF
Budding Drivers sends youngsters out behind the wheel into the traffic of a futuristic city.
The Daredevils’ Quiz, in association with Smart us
In this new and intelligent games area, children choose a challenge from the screen and off they go, dashing around to win territory, bouncing around on the interactive hopscotch grid in a test of speed and memory, and more!
The Volcano Slide
What kind of strange volcano is this, bursting out of the ground in the middle of Children’s World? The bravest would-be mountaineers must hang on tight as they climb over 20 feet up to the top. Getting down is easy: just slide along the giant tunnel.
For children aged 4 to 12.
Objective Lyoko, in association with Code Lyoko
Grown-ups will enjoy foam-ball fights in this covered area decorated in the colors of the animated series Code Lyoko
Not forgetting… the experiences visitors keep coming back for
Dynamic Vienne + added effects
One of the biggest crowd pleasers is enjoying a new lease of life! Since 2007, Dynamic Vienne has been dishing out even more special effects…
Journey into the Dark
More than 300,000 visitors have already taken part in Futuroscope’s awareness-raising presentation Journey into the Dark, a fun walk in the dark through a number of specially arranged zones prepared using objects smells and sounds.
An aquatic action adventure for all the family in which visitors navigate their way around an island on futuristic boats armed with water cannons
The mystery of the Nile
The Nile has exerted a tremendous lure over men for thousands of years. The mystery of the Nile uses a 6,500-ft² IMAX® flat screen to tell the epic journey of a team of explorers
Deep Sea 3D
The ocean abysses are home to fish, turtles, starfish, giant squid, jellyfish and other rare, sometimes startling, creatures. The large, IMAX® 3D images projected against the giant dome screen plunges visitors into the deep sea
Dances with Robots
The showpiece attraction devised by Kamel Ouali In the vast, hip-looking ballroom, ten 23-ft-high articulated arms seem to burst from the ground and beckon visitors to take their seats in pairs in the giant palms. The metallic hands then gently close around those who are daring enough to brave this momentous experience.
Star of the Future!
Visitors to Futuroscope can now land the starring role. This attraction lets them get in on the act, whisking them to the heart of the film-set action, giving them the chance to step out in front of the camera in a different type of audition
Futuroscope Theme Park France
Treat yourself to our new attractions, if you dare
From the initial, straightforward idea of offering an enjoyable and enriching experience, Futuroscope has nurtured its daring approach and creative spirit to become what it is today: not just a place to visit; a place to share. Futuroscope is
an experience to enjoy with friends and family. Coming here is a chance to recharge the batteries, to get away from the humdrum, to discover and experience, but most of all a chance to build a shared memory.
Futuroscope Theme Park France is different; its difference lies in the variety and originality of the experiences it offers its visitors, in the combination of modernity and humanity, the perfect balance between thrills and discovery that are available at every stage of the visit, the joy it brings to people of all ages, but especially in the warmth of its welcome and the special bond it maintains with its visitors. Here you can act the star, test your physical prowess, stimulate the talents of your imagination, play the same games as your kids, jump into the 3D experience and explore new horizons, boogie with a giant robot, enjoy the magic of a live show together, taste the cuisine of the future, walk on the ceiling and into a world of illusion, see contemporary art in the open air, and, from April, go on a safari into the future thanks to the revolutionary technology of augmented reality…
Futuroscope Theme Park France brings you more than 30 distinctive and amazing, immersive and hands-on experiences that let you play, explore, dream and excel.
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