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With summer now officially here, the Jardin d’Acclimatation has re-opened to the public. Paris’ only amusement park has meticulously prepared give visitors a memorable welcome. Now is the perfect time to relax in this haven of greenery at the western edge of Paris.
To the delight of all those eagerly awaiting its return, the Jardin d’Acclimatation re-opened its doors on June 22. The 18-hectare amusement park with 42 rides and attractions is again welcoming the public as an air of vacation wafts over its bucolic pathways.
A sparkling fresh Jardin d’Acclimatation awaits visitors. The park’s gardeners have been busy maintaining all the greenery during the extended closure. Flowerbeds are in full bloom, lawns have been freshly seeded, hedges trimmed and new trees planted. This cool haven of greenery nestled in the heart of the Bois de Boulogne has never been so beautiful. The grounds are ideal for a picnic in the sunshine, a nap in the shade or a quiet walk to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.
During this unexpected hiatus, staff at the Jardin d’Acclimatation have been working hard to guarantee the safety and peace of mind of all visitors. Public facilities are regularly disinfected, hand sanitizer is available at the entrance to each ride or attraction and special pathways have been designated to limit contact between visitors. Everyone coming to relax in the Jardin d’Acclimatation is able to enjoy a stress-free visit. No effort has been spared to offer visitors a relaxing and restful time at the park. Face masks will be mandatory for all the park’s staff, including on the rides.
Bring the whole family to the Jardin d’Acclimatation to experience the amazing choice of attractions, including the exciting flying chairs, enjoy an irresistibly delicious salad, a famous hot dog from the food trucks, a leisurely lunch in one of the restaurants or a peaceful interlude in the magnificent Korean garden. All the rides are gleaming and ready to go: roller coasters and freefall drops for teens, carrousels, the enchanted river and flying boats for the whole family, or galloping horses and rowboat rides for the little ones.
Animals are part of the fun too, including over a hundred exotic birds in the aviary, peacocks, Bernache geese and ducks roaming the paths, chickens, goats and rabbits in the little farm. Plus there are the latest arrived denizens to arrive in the park, the alpacas, a species related to the llama and renowned for its extremely high-quality fleece, waiting to greet visitors personally in their pens with their keepers.
The Jardin d’Acclimatation is gearing up to celebrate its 160-year anniversary in October and has had a special commemorative medal produced by the Paris Mint. With this gorgeous souvenir, fans of the Jardin d’Acclimatation will be able to take home a piece of their favorite park.