Prices & Timetable
Depending on the sanitary situation, we are committed to welcoming you in the best conditions to guarantee your comfort and safety. safety during your visit. Shows and events are subject to change depending on the health situation at the time of your visit.
Please note: The ticket office closes 1 hour before the park closes.
Entries and exits are made independently. The exit is only through the shop.
The park is accessible to people with reduced mobility. Please note that all exits are final.
You can download the map of the zoo by clicking on this link: Map of the zoo Le Domaine des Fauves
Payment methods accepted: Cash, credit cards, holiday vouchers.
Le Domaine des Fauves :
567 RD – 1075 – 38 490 Les Abrets en Dauphiné
Tél : +33 (0) 4 76 55 28 88
The Domaine des Fauves is located 45 minutes from Lyon, 50 minutes from Grenoble and 30 minutes from Chambéry.
By car: motorway A43 Lyon – Chambéry – exit Les Abrets
By train: Fitilieu station (15 min walk)
Le Resto Parc
The snack bar “Le Bivouac” is at your disposal with its new terrace near the playground.
You can also eat in the air-conditioned(summer) or heated (autumn) room with a privileged view of the new Hyena enclosure. This room is currently closed until further notice.
You can find: hot dogs, chips, sandwiches, salads, nuggets, waffles, pancakes, brownies and of course hot and/or cold drinks and ice cream.
It is open on Wednesdays from 1.30 to 4.30 pm and at weekends from 10.30 am to 5 pm.
There is a large picnic area in the centre of the park, close to the children’s playground.
New: a new picnic area next to the meerkats.
The park allows the possibility of picnicking on the areas provided for this purpose, please sort your waste :).
Several misters are available in the park.
The zoo shop...
Our souvenir shop offers a wide range of items featuring all our residents: plush toys*, postcards, magnets, posters, T-Shirts, toys…
A must for the pleasure of children and the joy of parents!
* The zoo supports Nature Planet, the plush brand that contributes to the animal protection “Save the Orangutan” but also to a school support programme in Nepal.