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Little Prince Park: what is new this summer

The park entirely devoted to the world Saint-Exupéry’s famous hero and located at the heart of Alsace, celebrates its two year anniversary in July and recently developed its summer program with more encounters with animals and new attractions for young children.

Little Prince Park: what is new this summer
Meeting more animals.

This is the central theme of Saint-Exupéry’s work, encounters with the Park’s animals will be more frequent starting this summer.

It will be possible to observe the foxes’ meal, to explore the first sheep safari, to pet a caterpillar, or to participate in a pigeon race.

In this way, visitors are invited to live a unique experience with animals that are usually difficult to tame.

A deeper immersion into the work of Saint-Exupéry

Several new shows and animals are in store for children:

- “The Aviator tells us” is a 20 minute show based on the original text of the book where the storyteller makes the audience travel through each character of the book.

- “The Little Prince and the Stork” is a unique puppet show for toddlers.

- “The Vegetal Labyrinth” where children must solve a succession of mysteries that will lead them to a fountain.

- A new playground dedicated to 0-7 year olds was recently opened inside the Volcano of Passions for children to have fun in a safe setting.

Exceptional encounters

Saturday July 9th

To celebrate the 2nd anniversary of the Little Prince Park, all the Park’s attractions will be open until midnight, offering the opportunity to go on night rides and have dinner in the Park.

Saturday August 6

"Thanks to astronomer telescopes and the explanation of a planet scientist, children will travel on the Andromeda galaxy, the double galaxy cluster of Perseus, the Milky Way, the M15 globular cluster, and the annular nebula of the Lyre. Lucky ones may even spot flying stars!” explains Laurence de la Touche, Communications Manager of the Little Prince Park.

Practical Information

Parc du Petit Prince
Phone: +33 (0) 3 89 62 43 00


Adults €20, children €15.

Getting there?

Ungersheim (Haut-Rhin) is 15 km in TGV from Mulhouse and 40 km from the Bâle-Mulhouse airport.

Paris/Mulhouse by train : 3h.

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Rédigé par Saliha Hadj-Djilani translated by Joséphine Foucher le Vendredi 1 Juillet 2016


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