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Visitors to Futuroscope share their views


Steve,  53 years old  Worcester (United Kingdom) In family

“ Absolutely excellent day out. We ran out of time to cover everything, as we had on our previous visit. However, the real issue we had is that none of the food outlets has anything that is aimed at vegetarians - this is a real problem. Please could you try to cater for vegetarians (nothing except a poor salad option for my daughter). ”
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Margaret,  70 years old  St Severin (16) In family

“ Very impressed overall by the whole experience. However we did not need the translation boxes and ear phones which were on offer as soon as we entered the park. We went for the evening and easily found places to eat and drink fairly cheaply. The nocturne experience at 10.15 was absolutely amazing. ”
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V,  36 years old  na (Ireland) In family

“ Many many THANKS - MERCI BEAUCOUP to the Staff of the Raving Rabbids attraction for taking the time to retrieve my (expensive) prescription sunglasses which fell under the train. It meant a lot to me and I appreciate it. Generally all staff pleasant and helpful. Best time to go to the Dancing Robots is in evening around 6pm. Expensive to buy soft drinks in the park. Great attractions. Loved Arthur and the Rabbids and the Evening show. ”
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Manguti,  58 years old  Johor Bahru (Malaysia) In family

“ My family , me and my friend from France were amazed by the attractions facilities. The " Lady O Evening show" was very very nice..My childrens enjoyed that. Dance with robots was thrilling. All of us are blissed out. Service is good suggestion employ more English speaking personels ”
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Isaac,  13 years old  Channel Islands (United Kingdom) In family

“ All round excellent! Initial impressions were that there weren't very many attractions other than 3D shows, but they cunningly threw in some exciting effects to make the attractions not shows but rides. Arguably (within the family) our favourite ride of the Time Machine, with a comical, stunning twists, however, the worst ride was definitely Virus Attack, as it was suitable for people made of rubber - I.E. rediculously shaky, even for a sim! The staff were patient and helpful (but be warned about getting the translation headsets, they don't mention it!). The show was an incredible end to the day, and definitely recommended! We stayed in the Novetel, which was good, except for a bit of a lie about a NON pet room, which forced an upgrade to a suite… Go try Futroscope ASAP, it's great! ”
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Andy,  50 years old  Plymouth (United Kingdom) In family

“ Absolutely superb - the best family day out we have had. Everything, the attractions, the staff, the directions and the food were excellent - well worth the money. ”
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Dickbutt,  99 years old  Town of Arabia (United Arab Emirates) In couple

“ Sadly futuroscope does not include LSD trip simulator and there was not enough garbage I could feast on as I am a lone junky from the United Arab Emirates who couldn't afford anything other than an entrance ticket 6/189 ”
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Dean,  46 years old  Kidderminster (United Kingdom) In family

“ The day did not start well, the first attraction broke down half way around (The Time Machine) and The Mysteries of the Kube never even got started despite a few false starts and the projection of a Windows desktop on the Kube! We were also disappointed that most of the food outlets were closed, we had not been advised the park would be running in a reduced format. Despite these problems we had a great day although a couple of the attractions now seem a little dated (Born to be wild and Mission Hubble). We particularly enjoyed Arthur and the D-Day film in Studio 16. ”
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