Asterix Park (Parc Astérix) | Informations, rides & tickets 🎢
Visit Asterix Park
Asterix Park (french Parc Astérix) is the second largest theme park in Paris. It’s a fantastic theme park for recreation and adventure inspired by Uderzo’s and Gosini’s popular series of Asterix comics. It has an average of 1.8 million visitors each year.
It is located 30 kilometers in the north of Paris, in the Plailly Forest in Oise and is part of a vast forest area of 33 hectares.
The park is made up of several amusement lands, playgrounds, and slopes, while the visitor can get lost in the proud Gallic village, enjoy stories, play and take pictures with the popular comic book heroes.
The transport from Paris to Asterix Park is very easy and economical and can be done by car or bus.
Do not think that it is a theme park exclusively for children. The opposite. Often you will find more adults than children in this very popular park with roller coasters, breathtaking games and great skits. Asterix, Obelix, Abraracourcix, Cétautomatix, Mimina, Romans and the other relatives are waiting for you.
Map of Asterix Park
Asterix Park is divided into 7 different worlds (sectors).
Via Antiqua – The main entrance to park with variou shops and restaurants
L’Empire Romain – The Roman Empire
La Grèce Antique – Ancient Greece
Les Vikings – The village of Vikings
À travers le temps – Back in time
Bienvenue chez les gaulois – The Galati village and the Itephix forest
L’Égypte – Ancient Egypt
Every land has its own personal style and decoration and of course many rides, games and events for both young and old lads.
Rides & attractions
Park Asterix has a total 39 different attractions.
6 breathtaking roller coasters
5 rides in the water
What we loved:
Oziris: A roller coaster for strong stomachs. It reaches a height of 40 meters and its speed exceeds 90 km/h 😅
Zeus Toners: It is the second largest wooden roller coaster in Europe. It can get to up to 80 km/h
Goudourix: A fantastic ride that you will never forger 😅
Menhir Express: You, in a cute boat-tree trunk and… in the water
Discobelix: It’s a giant disc that rotates endlessly and at high speed