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Rainy half-day

What to do when it rains in the Vendée?

At the campsite reception, we are regularly asked this question: what can we do if it rains?
There are many possibilities in the Vendée, but we like to suggest that our customers discover the Vendée historial.
It’s the perfect place to learn about our department’s rich history in a fun way.
Even at the height of the summer season, a few drops of rain can fall on your path and upset your holiday plans.
Gone are the afternoons on the beach, now it’s time for history!
Nevertheless, it was a memorable half-day.

Route to the Vendée historical site

Located in Le Luc sur Boulogne, this museum is 40 minutes from the campsite.
You’ll need your car to get there. On-site parking is free and easy.
It’s a place where everyone can remember. Preserving memory so you can pass on history to your children.
Within the museum, you’ll move around different areas.
The museum is divided into 6 rooms: Geology, Prehistory, Antiquity, Medieval Millenium, Vendée Wars, 19th century. You’ll retrace almost 7,000 years of history.

The museum organizes activities for children. A 300M² space is specially reserved for them.
Children aged 9 to 11 can follow a guided tour of the museum using a tablet. As they explore the museum, they’ll have to solve a riddle.

At the end of this morning rich in discovery, if the rain has subsided, you can resume your activities.
Alternatively, you can round off the day with a visit to the aquarium.

Worth knowing:

The visit to the museum lasts about 4 hours.
Adults: 9 euros
Children under 18: free

Near the museum, you can contemplate the memorial.

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