- MAP OF THE PARK
Visitors to Futuroscope share their views,
search by age and profile
Tell others what you thought about your visit
Park opening dates and evening show
How to get to Futuroscope by car, train and plane
7 theme restaurants and a large choice of takeaway outlets
Everything to make your visit more comfortable and more enjoyable
Read online or order your free copy
Visit the interactive FAQ
Things to see and do in the Vienne and the Poitou-Charentes
Thirteen 1- to 4-star hotels less than a 10-min. walk from the main entrance
A selection of hotels just a short drive away
Journey back in time and take
a fascinating dive among the
dinosaurs of the deep.
Explore the ocean floors as they were 82 million years ago and meet gigantic sea
creatures that are as amazing as they are terrifying. Follow the 3D adventures
of Dolly, one of these giants from the deep, on a 9,700-ft² screen.
An attraction created from
IMAX 3D technology.
Sea Monsters was shot using a 70 mm film instead of the conventional 35 mm film,
and is shown on a 9,700-ft² hemispherical screen by one of the most powerful
double projectors in the world. The three-dimensional depth is brought out by
A National Geographic
The National Geographic Society was founded in 1888 to encourage
man to protect the planet and preserve natural areas, plants
and wildlife. It raises awareness of environmental threats they face.
A metallic sphere as backdrop.
The silvery sphere is over 100 ft across, almost completely circular, and
matches the shape of the screen behind it. The large ridge splits
the outside of the sphere with a pattern of moving shadows.