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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
DYNAMIC VIENNE NEW FOR 2012
An immersive madcap race through the Vienne.
Strap yourself into the dynamic seats, feel the speed, water and wind as the
Dynamic Vienne takes you on a nerve-shredding but fun-filled sightseeing
tour in the company of the curious yet endearing Guerliguet.
Experience the Vienne département
in giant-screen format.
A new digital presentation on a 3,230-ft² screen combines with lateral images and in-theatre effects to immerse you into the adventure, while the hydraulic seats move in time with the action.
A strange encounter
This organic character cut from the bark of a solid oak emits the aura of a venerable elder. But his noble age has done nothing to tame his playful, mischievous and unpredictable nature! And with his ability to teleport, you can also expect to bump into him as you walk around Futuroscope.
Water as an architectural feature.
As the Vienne river gave its name to the département, architect Denis Laming gave the theatre a 7,200-ft² wall of water running down the large, rectangular sheets of glass that make up the front wall, which includes a trough to symbolise a flowing river.