The grand shows are:Triumph's Sign, - The Vikings, - The Phantom Birds' Dance, -The Secret of the Lance, - Richelieu's musketeer
The other shows are: - The Cinescenie, - The Organs of Fire, - The Renaissance at the
castle, - The Knights of the Round
Table, - The Imaginary World of La
Fontaine, - The Great Waters, - Traditional Musicians, - Martin's Legend, - The Puy du Fou Odyssey, - Robot musicians, - Memory Lane
Between shows you can enjoy facilities. There are villages: - The Market Town in 1900, - The Fort de l'An Mil, - The Medieval City, - The 18th Century Village. You will find entertainment for children: - The Jumping Jets, - The Children's Lair, - The Animal Labyrinth At last, you can enjoy Nature: - The Deer Glade, - The Valley in Bloom, - The Aviary Walk, - The Rose Garden, - Animal Prairie
The park has a dedicated parking for disabled persons, near the entrances of the Grand Park. A small train, La Glaneuse, leads the disable persons from the Phantom Birds' Dance to the Market Town in 1900. Cinéscénie nights, Le Puy du Fou offers to disable persons a free shuttle service providing the path of the car park to the galleries of the show (shuttles cinéscénie). Some wheelchairs are available for loan/lease (subject to availability). Vans are allowed. Their parking is free during the day, under fees the night from 1:00 to 7:00.
The car parks are free.
Strollers are available in the "Market Town" and many facilities for babies are present throughout the park.
Lockers are available at the station of the "Market Town"
Pets are not allowed in the park. Canine pension is available on the Grand Park. RESERVATIONS RECOMMENDED.
For foreign visitors, helmets translation are available for rent for the Grand Park and Cinéscénie.
You can buy the "preferential placement" option to be better placed in the Cinéscénie stands and in the stands of the 6 major shows at Grand Park (and specified bound at check-in when purchasing this option for future purchases in the shops of Market Town).
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Le Puy du Fou is at - 3 hours from Paris, - 2 hours 30 from Bordeaux, - 2 hours from Poitiers, - 1 hour 30 from La Baule, - 1 hour 30 from La Rochelle, - 1 hour from Les Sables d'Olonne, - 1 hour from Nantes, - 1 hour from Angers
From the highway A87, take the exit 28
From Cholet (at the south of Nantes), the park is at 26km away. Take to the south of Cholet via the D160 towards Poitiers / La Roche-sur-Yon / La Rochelle / Mortagne-sur-Sevre / Saint-Christophe-du-Bois then, after crossing Mortagne-sur-Sevre, take the D27 towards La Gaubretière / Chambretaud / Pouzauges during 8km to get to the Grand Park.