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Visit Asterix, Obelix, and all the Gauls when you take a trip to Parc Astérix Discover themed rides for all the family, from rollercoasters for thrill seekers to gentler rides for younger visitors, plus meet your favorite characters and watch incredible shows! Face off against the Romans and make some memories when you visit Parc Astérix.
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4 tips for visiting the Parc Astérix

Goudurix | Wiki Commons: Trifonneke CC BY-SA 4.0
Skip the line entry with the Pass RapidusThe Pass Rapidus, available online in advance, not only allows entry to Parc Astérix without queuing, but also provides one-time faster access to the 8 very popular rides Pégase Express, Menhir Express, Oziris, Grand Splatch, Tonnerre de Zeus, La Trace du Hourra, Discobélix as well as the roller coaster Goudurix. The illimité variant allows unlimited fast access to these attractions.
Park | Wiki Commons: Oldayn CC BY 3.0
Plan a route in advanceIt's worth clarifying in advance which attractions are a must-try and whether shows will be included in the program. Accordingly, you can make the most of your visit to Parc Astérix.
Visit on workdaysOn weekdays, Parc Astérix is much less crowded than on weekends, so it is well worth visiting the theme park between Monday and Friday.
Especially for families: Baby switchAfter registering with the employees of Parc Astérix the park's rides offer a Baby switch option. As in other theme and amusement parks Baby switch allows both parents to use the same ride alternately with only one waiting time.
Romus et Rapidus | Wiki Commons: Eliedion CC BY-SA 4.0

Parc Astérix: Fun Not Only for Comic Fans

Since 1989, in Plailly, 30 km north of Paris, Parc Astérix has opened its doors to fans of Goscinny and Uderzo's comics and anyone in search of adventure.

In the Theme Park

A variety of attractions and shows provide entertainment at Parc Astérix.


From classic roller coasters like Tonnere de Zeus, Oziris and Goudurix to many refreshing water attractions like Menhir Express, Grand Splatch or Hydrolix, Parc Astérix also has a ghost train (Transdemonium). For the smaller ones there are rides like Aérodynamix or a chain carousel.


Whether stunts, magic and illusions or all you need to know around the characters from Asterix and Obelix: Just sit back and enjoy the performance is the order of the day at the shows in Parc Astérix.
Parc Astérix | Flickr: David Jafra CC BY 2.0

New 4D Cinema

With Attention Menhir, a 4D cinema opened for the theme park's 30th anniversary in 2019, taking the story of Asterix volume #7: Battle of the Chiefs and transforming it into a stunning, immersive show.

Frequently Asked Questions

What age is Parc Astérix suitable for?

Although some attractions for children around 3-4 years can be found in the theme park, the ideal age starts at about 7 years. Both in terms of the rides and the humorous design of the park. The park is perfect as a day trip for families from Paris and as an alternative to the sometimes overcrowded Disneyland. Strollers can also be rented on site. Read more.

Are dogs allowed in the park?

No, pets are not normally allowed in the theme park. Read more.

General information

Opening Hours:

Parc Astérix is open from April 6 to November 3. Generally, the park is open from 10 am to 6 pm, but opening hours are seasonal so please check before visiting. Special Halloween evening openings require separate tickets.


Online tickets for weekdays (Monday-Friday) start at €35. Tickets bought on the day cost €51 for those aged 12 and over, €48 for seniors aged 60 and over, and €41 for visitors with reduced mobility. Tickets for children aged 3 to 11 cost €43, and children under the age of 3 can enter free of charge.


Parc Astérix
60128 Plailly

COVID-19 measures:

⚠️Currently, the following measures are taken against the coronavirus:
  • Wearing a face mask is mandatory when visiting the amusement park
  • Disinfect or wash hands regularly
  • A timeslot must be booked for your visit
  • Reduced capacities

How to get there:

Shuttle buses from Palais-Royal Metro Station depart at 9 am every day and return to Paris at 6 pm (or later if the park has extended opening hours on that day). Tickets begin at €20 for adults and €16 for children aged 3 to 11. Shuttles also depart from Charles de Gaulle airport, leaving every 30 minutes from 9 am and returning every 30 minutes until 1 hour after the park closes. The airport can be reached by regional train lines (RER). Visitors traveling from Paris, Lille, Brussels, and Bruges could also find buses from companies such as Ouibus, Flixbus, and isilines, which each have routes that include stops at the park. Car parking at Parc Astérix costs €15 per day.
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