From June 28 to August 18, 2019, in Saint-Germain-en-Laye

la fete des loges attraction


WE love : the feast of the lodges supports the Gustave Roussy Institute
Must have: love apples, waffles and cotton candy
Prices : Admission is free but attractions are not free
CAR PARK : Free

 

On the program of the Fête des Loges:

  • A very family outing with attractions for young and old
  • For the youngest : rides and attractions: the Super Minos, the Magic Baby, the Little Mermaid, the Speedy Gonzales, the Roller Cars, the Baby Yacht Club, the Tornado, not forgetting the traditional Angling and Chamboule-tout.
  • For thrill seekers : Roller Coaster, Satan Salsa, the Katapult, who defy the laws of weightlessness, the Maxximum, which breathes a dose of sensations without forgetting the stunning Power Maxxx with its swing system ...
  • And of course the traditional love apples, waffles and other candy floss.

The calendar of events:

  • June 28 - To celebrate the opening, and offers bracelets at 19 € (valid only for June 28) for 15 rounds of rides on 15 attractions - To buy on site from 19:00 to 22:00
  • June 29th from 4pm - Inauguration of the Festival des Loges
  • July 18 - The Feast of Lodges celebrates Saint-Fiacre and its paths will be blooming for the occasion
  • August 1st at 4 pm - Presentation of the trophy of the most beautiful profession
  • August 13 - We will play pétanque for the benefit of the Gustave Roussy Institute. Registrations from 11h30 to 13h15 at the Boulodrome located at 142 avenue Foch.

Let's sit down :

  • Medieval cuisine is showcased during the feast of the lodges, with country meals in the famous "Allée des Cuisines"
  • To eat, go to Allée des Cuisines: 15 restaurants (open from 12h) and refreshments
  • Large friendly tables that offer dishes from all countries: Cuba, Spain, France, Brazil ...

 

Practical information


Timetable:
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  • Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: from 3pm to 1:30 am
  • Friday and holiday eve: from 15h to 2h in the morning
  • Sunday and public holidays: from 2 pm to 1:30 am

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