You can walk and can handle going up a few stairs.
Maximum of 15 steps (1 floor up) to reach the accommodation or manoeuvre into it.
You can only handle one step at a time.
The accommodation is quite accessible, can suit wheelchair users.
You need a fully accessible accommodation.
Maximum thresholds of 3 cm (1 inch), suits wheelchair users.
Off The Beaten Path
A Wheelchair Accessible Guide to the Futuroscope Park, France
Wheelchair Accessible Futuroscope Park, France
With 2 million visits per year, the Wheelchair Accessible Futuroscope park is the ideal destination for all those who are passionate about new Technology and Science Fiction. Offering activities for the whole family, the Park can be enjoyed by young and old. Located just 10 km from Poitiers, the park is a must-see when visiting the Loire Valley and its Castles. With this dedicated station, the Park can also be a stopover during your visit to Paris.
An accessible park for people with reduced mobility
Labelled Tourism and Handicap, the park offers many facilities to facilitate the visit of visitors with reduced mobility. When you arrive, you can go to reception to receive your guide to accessibility for people with disabilities, also available here in PDF format. This guide will validate your priority passage and will be presented in front of the various attractions.
At the reception of the Park, you will also be available to print free manual wheelchairs and rent electric scooters. The alleys of the park are smooth and signs on the ground allow you to go to the various attractions while avoiding any stairs or too steep slopes. WCs large enough to accommodate wheelchairs and with support rails are available throughout the park.
Accessibility of Attractions
Wheelchair Accessible Futuroscope housing several screening rooms all have space reserved for people with reduced mobility in wheelchairs. Different shows like “Aquaféerie”, “Illusio” and “The mysteries of the Kude” make you enter the room first and get you settled in a specific location.
The Attractions on dynamic seat require the ability to make a transfer. However, it is possible to enjoy the projection only with 3D glasses. Only the “Ice Age” time attraction offers a vibrating plate on which to put the wheelchair.
However, the attractions “Arthur, the 4D adventure” and “The Extraordinary journey” require a transfer.
The strong points of the Park
The famous attractions of the Rabbids at Futuroscope can be perfectly accessible for people with reduced mobility. It offers these visitors in wheelchairs to unscrew one of the seats of the wagon to be able to accommodate a wheelchair. However, services require a lot of organization for the personnel. Therefore, it is preferable to go to this attraction at the end of the day and to see directly with the staff.
The attraction “Les Yeux Grands Fermés” created in particular to educate visitors, is a guided attraction in the dark allowing the awakening of your other senses. There is an additional charge for this attraction, but it allows the financing of equipment for the use of blind people. However, this attraction is not wheelchair accessible at all.
If you were planning to visit Wheelchair Accessible Futuroscope or any other city in France or elsewhere in the world. It is important to choose the accommodation that perfectly matches your needs. Handiscover has put together a wide selection of fully accessible verified hotels and apartments for you. You will also find a great choice of prices among the thousands of accommodations offered. You will find our selection of adapted accommodation for disabled people in Paris here. Book the accommodation that suits your needs today with Handiscover! For any additional information or for any special requests, contact us via email our customer service and accessibility expert at: email@example.com or by phone: +44 1550 400022 (UK)
Other accessible travel guides in France
- A Wheelchair Accessible Southern France Travel Guide
- An Accessible Guide to Paris, France: What to See and How to Get Around
- The Top 4 Wheelchair Accessible Beaches in France
- Bordeaux accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays
- Cannes accessible travel guide to disabled friendly holidays
- How to Get Around Paris in a Wheelchair: Your Guide to Accessible Transportation
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