La Flèche Zoo
The La Flèche Zoo was the first private zoo to open in France, in 1946. Nearly a century later, the zoo is still celebrated and is one of the top 5 most visited French zoos.
The La Flèche Zoo, formally known as the Tertre-Rouge zoological park, is a private zoo.
The diversity of plant species that can be found here is what makes the zoo unique. Naturally, the plants contribute to the animal’s well-being, and, indirectly, to that of the visitors too.
Aware of the importance of the flora for its animals, the zoo actively preserves its biodiversity and boasts over 800 plant species, each carefully located to recreate the animal’s different natural habitats.
Across its 44.5 acres, the zoo is home to 1500 animals, from 150 different species.
(12 years and over)
(3 – 11 ans years)
|Day pass||23.50 €||19 €|
|2 day pass||35 €||28 €|
|Year pass||69 €||56 €|
ENTRY FEES for people of reduced mobility:
- Adults: 20,50 €
- Children: 16,00 €
The La Flèche zoo is open all year, except (25th December and 1st January). We recommend that you visit the zoo for a whole day in order to visit everything the zoo has to offer.
- 2nd January – 31st March 2017 → open from Monday to Sunday, 10.00am – 5.30pm
- 1st April – 7th July 2017 → open from Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 6pm and 9.30am – 7pm, on weekends, and bank holidays.
- 8th July – 3rd September 2017 → open from Monday to Sunday, 9.30am – 7.30pm
- 4th September – 28th October 2017 → open from Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 6pm and 9.30am – 7pm, on weekends, and bank holidays.