The largest Museum-Park in Europe devoted to dinosaurs (fr. Mèze Musée des Dinosaures) in the middle of an outstanding paleontological site, near Montpellier. An extraordinary voyage in time. The remains of an extremely large dinosaur of the Iguanodon family have been discovered here.
In 1997, to preserve this exceptional site, Alain Cabot and his team set up an open-air museum on the paleontological site of Mèze. Six hectares of pine forest and scrubland have been developed and become a discovery ground for visitors delighted to admire this extraordinary dinosaur site. The open-air museum, located in the heart of one of the largest paleontological deposits in Europe, traces the history and knowledge of dinosaurs, from their origin to their extinction, from their discovery to the most recent scientific works. An exceptional scientific adventure that children go through with simple words and by reading large explanatory, fun and educational panels. All along a path through the shaded pine forest, children and adults alike travel back in time, following the route marked out by skeletons and life-size reconstructions.
Address: Route de Pézenas, 34140 Mèze, France
Adult 13.00 €
Child from 5 to 11 years 11.00 €
Child from 3 to 4 years old € 7.50
Adult group: at least 10 people 12.00 €
School group with school € 7.80