Access and services for the disabled
Futuroscope was awarded the national Tourism & Handicap Label of Distinction in recognition of its facilities for physically and mentally handicapped visitors and visitors with hearing difficulties. This label of distinction requires the holder to sign a charter of commitment.
We offer a 15% reduction on the price of a 1-day or 2-day entry ticket upon presentation of a disability card at the ticket booth (discount available for the disabled visitors + one person accompanying). A discount is also applied to bookings for breaks. Call the booking service on +33 5 49 49 59 06 for information.
Our guide for the disabled visitors
Download here our tour guide for the disabled.
It offers a recommended arrowed itinerary for visitors in wheelchairs, including rest stages.
This guide is also available at the Translation Headset desk located at the Main Entrance.
Services and facilities
Wheelchairs are available at the main entrance and at the Futuroscope-TGV Train Station. Free of charge, with deposit (reservations are not required. Subject to availability).
Adapted entrance facilities provide easy access to restaurants. The boutiques also provide disabled access and adapted cash desks.
Priority access is available at the entrance to the attractions for disabled visitors and their escorts upon presentation of a disability card (limited to 4 people). Ask the hosts or hostesses for details. They can help disabled visitors with access to the attractions, but for safety reasons may not carry them.
Wheelchair access restrictions apply for the following attractions:
Arthur the 4D Adventure, Dynamic Cinema Festival, and certain games in Children’s World: visitors in wheelchairs must be transferred to one of the dynamic seats or use one of the designated wheelchair places.
Dances with Robots, The Arena, Aerobar and Journey into the Dark: no access for visitors with reduced mobility.
Please arrive at the attractions 15 minutes before the start of each performance. Capacity is limited in each theatre and all available places for the performance may already be taken by the time you arrive. If this happens, notify a host or hostess at the attraction so that you will be given priority access to the next performance.
Access to Futuroscope
• By car: The Futuroscope car park includes reserved spaces close to the main entrance. Ground markings lead to the adapted entrance.
• By train: The TGV-Futuroscope train station includes wheelchair access and direct access to Futuroscope. The Vitalis bus company provides regular links between the TGV-Futuroscope train station and the main entrance, and between the station and the hotels around the site (bus no. 1 and E).
See the access page and www.vitalis-poitiers.fr for bus times.
The 12 hotels around the Futuroscope site shown on the Accommodation page offer rooms with access to persons with reduced mobility. These rooms are on the ground floor or can be reached by elevator, and are equipped with specially adapted furniture, shower and toilet facilities.