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PRACTICAL INFORMATION FROM THE PARK

Immerse yourself in ancient times in the heart of a troglodyte universe on the banks of the Dronne....

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READY TO EXPLORE?

COME AND LIVE AN UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE AT BIMBILLOU PARC!

Thermometer symbol indicating a cool temperature of 18°C in the caves of Bimbillou Parc. Explore this unique place

18°C IN
THE CAVES

Visiting time symbol: 40 minutes. Discover the Bimbillou Parc in Brantôme in Périgord, with an immersive experience

40 MINUTES ON AVERAGE

Symbol representing natural air conditioning at Bimbillou Parc: an oasis of freshness integrated into our troglodyte site

AIR CONDITIONER
NATURAL

PRICES

2024 TICKETS

PRICE VALID DURING THE WHOLE SEASON
(FROM APRIL 17 TO OCTOBER 31, 2024)

ENTRANCE TICKET

TICKET PRICE

ADULT :hasfrom 13 years old

CHILD :from 5 to 12 years old 

REDUCED:under supporting documents*                                 

PMR**:partial visit                                    

FREE :for children under 4 years old                   

8.00€
4.00€
6.00€
3.00€
0.00€

*Ratevalid product: studiedant and job seeker

**PRM: person with reduced mobility

Each ticket is assigned to a visitor. It cannot be returned or exchanged.

Each visitor must respect the premises and the regulations established by “Le Bimbillou Parc”.

Each person aged under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. This will be placed under his responsibility.

Check the opening hours of Bimbillou Parc and discover the payment options available for your visit

THE SITE IS OPEN FROM APRIL 17 TO NOVEMBER 2, 2024

INFORMATION 2024

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WHERE TO PARK?

The pictogram represents the Bimbillou Parc visitor parking, offering a practical solution accessible near the site
This is the distinctive logo of the Bimbillou Parc motorhome area, representing the essence of this exceptional destination.
The site plan of Bimbillou Parc in Brantôme offering an overview of the unique troglodyte environment spaces
Logo of the Bimbillou Parc in Brantôme in Périgord, illustrating its troglodyte and picturesque character at the water's edge
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