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Parc Floral

Parc Floral

This park has not stopped bustling since it opened in 1969. It is a unique spot for observation and – especially – unwinding for anyone who enjoys floral art and strolls in greenery.



Opened in 1969
308,000 sq m

Don’t miss

The Jardin des Quatre Saisons, Vallée des Fleurs, Jardin des Papillons, etc.

Park pix


Getting there

- Château de Vincennes Esplanade, Route de la Pyramide, Bois de Vincennes (Paris 12)
- Metro: Château de Vincennes

Road map and admissions


Opening hours

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Games, a mini golf course, and summer concerts

The Parc Floral has been one of the four Paris Botanical Gardens since 1998 (Parc de Bagatelle, Ecole Du Breuil and Jardin des Serres d'Auteuil are the other three). It has thus been acknowledged as a “Jardin Botanique de France et des Pays Francophones”.
The attractions here are practically endless, and grown-ups and children alike will invariably find something to enjoy. The free play areas include ping-pong tables, an impressing ten-metre-high climbing frame, swings, tunnels and other hideaways. A mini golf course will take you through Paris and its best-known monuments. More laid-back guests take the white train to enjoy the park without the strain – unless, of course, they want to try out one of the now renowned quads.
The “Delta”, a 1,500-seat amphitheatre, stages more than 20 free-of-charge plays, concerts, puppet shows, magician shows and circus acts for children aged 3 to 10 every Wednesday from May to September. Summer weekends also bring the Paris Jazz Festival and the Festival Classique au Vert, both of which are enjoying growing success, under the Delta, in the middle of the Vallée des Fleurs.

Enquiries: 39 75 (local rates from within France).


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