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    Lunaret Zoo Park

    Montpellier's lemurs and other animals.

    North of Montpellier, in the thick Mediterranean scrubland vegetation, shaded by large pines, is the Lunaret zoological park, home to hundreds of animals representing nearly one hundred species in a wildlife reserve of over 80 hectares of protected land.

    This zoo is in the old domaine de la Valette, which was donated to the town of Montpellier in 1910 by Henri de Lunaret. Works began in 1963, and one year later the zebras were the first species to inhabit the zoo. A special attraction here is the lemur colony. However you can also see many other animals from all over the world, such as the Atlas lion, the red kangaroo or the Somali wild ass.

    Additional informations

    From the beginning of the Easter holidays to the end of All Saints (November) opening hours are 10am to 6.30pm
    After All Saints holiday until Easter the park is open from 9am to 5.30pm
    Closed on Mondays except during school holidays and on public holidays
    Closed on days of bad weather (orange red or black categories)
    Last entry 30 mins before closing to the zoo
    Last entry to Amazonian greenhouse 1h before closing

    Schedules and prices

    Admission prices :
        6.5 €
        Reduced price : 3 €
        Children up to 5 years : Free


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