Ideas for family outings north of Paris

- Seine-Saint-Denis, Oise and Val-d'Oise -
What are the amusement parks, castles, museums or animal parks in the north of Paris? If you want to escape to the north of Paris for a while weekendDuring the school holidays or on a Wednesday, you will find the Auvers sur Oise museum, the Chantilly castle or the Asterix park. In our opinion, these are rather destinations to go good weather. Whether you go with your family with children, teenagers or friends, good walk!
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Saint-Denis Basilica

  • The final resting place of the kings and queens of France
  • In Saint-Denis (93)
  • Free for under 18s (under 26s if EU citizen)

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Georges-Valbon Park (or Parc de la Courneuve)

  • In Seine-Saint-Denis and Val d'Oise
  • Free access

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Guided tour of the scenes of the Stade de France

  • For football fans (and all others)
  • In Saint-Denis (93)
  • Free for children under 5

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The Asterix park

  • A must-see with its 40 attractions
  • Plailly (60128)
  • Free for children under 3 years old

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The Domaine de Chantilly

  • Chantilly, the castle, the gardens, the horse museum...
  • In Chantilly (60500)
  • Free for children under 7 years

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The Impressionist Museum of Auvers-sur-Oise

  • A museum without paintings devoted to Impressionism
  • Ideal from 8 years old
  • Free for children under 7 years