Over 1300 animals live in an exceptional natural setting dedicated to the protection of endangered species. Dug into the rock, our tunnels will lead you from one environment to the next!
To protect yourself and others from coronavirus :
- Wash your hands very often
- When coughing or sneezing, cover your mouth and nose with your arm or use a disposable tissue
- Dispose of any tissues you have used
- Avoid close contact when reeting pepole
The Bioparc is located in Anjou, next to Angers and Saumur.
|February – march||10 am to 6 pm|
|April – may – june||9 am to 7 pm|
|Juily – agust||9 am to 7:30 pm|
|September||9 am to 7 pm|
|October – november||10 am to 6:30 pm (5:30 pm in winter time)|
|Christmas holidays||11 am to 4 pm (closed 12/25 and 01/01)|
Duration of the visit: from 4 hours to a day.
Last adviced access 2h before closure.
Opened every day from February 8th until November 11th, and for Christmas holidays.
One day ticket
11+ years old 23.50 €
3 to 10 years old 17.50 €
Less than 3 years old free
Zoo Pass (1 year, payed for itself from the 2nd visit)
11+ years old 42.50 €
3 to 10 years old 33.50 €
Less than 3 years old free
A large and shady free car park with more than 500 spaces is available just opposite the park entrance. Bike rests are also located near the main entrance.
We offer a range of services for families with young children including:
– Free cane-stroller loan but subject to availability (no advance booking).
– Toilets with baby changing area.- Baby bottles can be warmed up in the microwaves at our various catering outlets.
Guests with a disability
We have made most of our attractions accessible to our guests with a disability. The only 5 non accessible promontories or observation huts are signposted.
Other facilities are available to make are attractions as accessible as possible:
– Parking area closer to park entrance.
– Lift to park upper level.
– The number of wheelchairs we hold is limited and we cannot guarantee their availability (no advance booking).
– Footprint tables, with Braille writing, to allow visually impaired visitors to discover the animal footprints.
Guide or assistance dogs are most welcome to the Bioparc.
During your visit, we will take care of your assistance dog at the admission desk. We can offer you a chaperone if you are by yourself (pre booking requested).
Welcoming our foreign visitors
As a foreign visitor you will be given a zoo map in English at our entrance desk. Most informative panels have been translated into English.
Pets are not allowed in the park for health and safety reasons.
Every day, you can have an unusual lunch on the outdoor terrace of our restaurant “Le Camp des Girafes” overlooking the giraffe canyon or inside our African themed lodge restaurant. Help yourself to all you can eat with a range of tasty dishes and grilled specialities, mostly prepared on-site with local fresh produce, some of them organic.
Depending on the season, our snack bars also offer a choice of cold and hot salads, sandwiches, chips, hot bites, afternoon snacks, ice creams and drinks which must be consumed on the terrace!
Picnicking is not allowed in the park. However there is a large shaded outdoor picnic area with 300 places just opposite the park entrance with tables and benches. Remember to get a hand stamp as you leave the park so that we will let you back in to carry on with your visit.
Choose from a wide selection of exclusive souvenirs to take home in our exotic gift shop!
Wanting to promote eco-friendly gifts, we have had strong supportive partnerships with artisans from all over the world. By paying them a fair price in exchange for their know-how, we contribute to improving their living conditions and enhancing their work. Each item is also assessed for it environmental and societal impact. As such our team can better advise you during your purchases!
The Bioparc gift shop is open every day at the same opening times as the ticket office (free access).