A great day out at La Vallée Village can include much more than shopping. From a family trip to Disneyland® Paris to a cultural visit to Château de Fontainebleau, discover the many other entertainment and cultural treasures nearby.
Did you know? La Vallée Village is situated in just 5 minutes from Disneyland® Paris! Combine your shopping experience with the magic of Disneyland® Paris on the same day. And for a carefree journey, book a dedicated Shuttle Service from Disney® Resort hotels that will take you directly to La Vallée Village.
During the reign of François I, this former royal hunting lodge was transformed into a spectacular palace, which is still surrounded by the largest forest in Ile-de-France. It has remained a source of artistic excellence to this day.
Château de Fontainebleau
Magnificent baroque, moated château with formal gardens.
One of France's finest châteaux, Vaux le Vicomte was the residence of Nicolas Fouquet (1615-1680), a faithful minister falsely imprisoned for theft who gathered around him the finest artists, writers and poets of the time.
All have left their mark on this magnificent estate, which merits a full day's visit to view the lavish interiors, extensive formal and ornamental grounds complete with dramatic fountains and horse-drawn carriage museum.
Located a few steps away from La Vallée Village inside the Val d’Europe mall (in the restaurants area), SEA LIFE Paris aquarium takes you on a fascinating journey into a beautiful marine world.
Get up close to 5,000 amazing creatures including 45 sharks, sea turtles, seahorses, rays and hundreds of tropical fish. With fun talks, interactive animal feeds, special events and a brand new Dive Adventure Trail, there’s plenty for everyone to enjoy at SEA LIFE Paris. Do not miss to walk beneath the waves and come nose-to-nose with incredible sharks through the 360° Atlantic ocean tunnel!
With a collection that is unique in Europe, the Museum of the Great War of the Pays de Meaux (open as from 11 November 2011 in Meaux) offers a new vision of the first global conflict (1914-1918), using innovative scenography to illustrate the wide-ranging social changes and upheavals that resulted. A museum of history and of society that helps to discover past struggles, to better understand the society of today, and to build the world of tomorrow.
Situated in the heart of the Marne River Valley in magical and unique cellars dating from the Middle Ages, the House of Pannier has established a reputation for quality and creativity. The savoir-faire and style of Pannier Champagne are expressed in a rich line of champagnes that have been praised by the most respected international juries. A reputation for selectivity and quality is guaranteed by the choice of only the most select distribution channels such as selected wine merchants, luxury restaurants, private buyers and corporations.
Within an hour of Paris, Provins is one of the best preserved medieval cities in France with 58 monuments included in France’s National Inventory of Historical Monuments. Built in the 12th and 13th centuries, this unique piece of historical heritage became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2001.
Nestled in the heart of a remarkable garden of 85ha, the symbol of French elegance of the eighteenth century, the castle of Champs-sur-Marne presents the luxury and comfort of a large mansion in the 1930s after having been a resort for the 'French aristocracy, such as the Duc de la Valliere and the Marquise de Pompadour. It is one of the most furnished Ile-de-France castles.
Within the intimacy of an Italian style villa, entirely dedicated to your well-being, you will first discover the Aquatic area with our 350m² Parcours Aquatonic®, where 200 water-jets are spread over 14 different spaces such as the upriver hall, the geysers, the dynamic water-jet cells, and much more... Discover more than 40 treatments à la carte and all the treatment protocols come from the respected Thermes Marins de Saint Malo.