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Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois
et du Jouet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet
Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

La Maison du Bois et du Jouet offers its visitors a fun and educational outing in the heart of the Montagne Noire. Come and enjoy this cultural site surrounded by nature for a day or a weekend with family, friends or groups, whatever your age.
Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet
At 500 meters from the new Himalayan footbridge in Mazamet, enjoy a unique experience by following the path from forest to tree, from tree to wood and from wood to toys, with the elves of the Montagne Noire! As icing on the cake, we have thought of our globes trotters with the development of a camper parking area and free parking space. The entire Maison du Bois et du Jouet team welcomes you to make the most of school outings, events with the elderly and / or private birthdays.

La Maison du Bois et du Jouet basically offers activities all year round around wood, nature and games in all its forms...
  In the middle of a forest setting, with animal sculptures and random encounters with mythological creatures such as the fairy, the witch, the wolf or the dragon, we discover the Montagne Noire, an original natural environment where the seasons accentuate the visit.

Wood, a noble and warm material, is then approached in a fun and interactive way. It is the extension of the life of the tree through its transformations that have enabled humans at all times to shelter, hunt, eat, move and play...
Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet
Ahead, you will enjoy an exhibition of 2000 wooden toys from different regions of France and from many countries that reflect their socialization and technology level over time.

At the end of the visit, we arrive in the games room where young and old can play traditional games, old fairground games or village games. Billiards of all kinds, Chinese checkers, awalé, solitaire, royal d'Ur or even bowling, shuffleboard, slaughter or bowling games and many other games are waiting for you!

Storytelling walks, enchanting discoveries, wild fables. The outdoor facilities of the Maison du Bois et du Jouet are freely accessible ...


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Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet

Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet
  Opening Maison du Bois et du Jouet - Mazamet:  

April, May, June, September and October (except school holidays all zones)
- Tuesday to Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Open in the morning by reservation

- School holidays all zones
- Open every day from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Open in the morning by reservation

- January, February, March, November and December (except school holidays all zones)
- Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
- Open in the morning by reservation
Le Pays Cathare Office de Tourisme de Mazamet Qualité Tourisme Occitanie La Région Occitanie/Pyrénées-Méditerranée Grands Sites Occitanie
Comité Départemental du Tourisme du Tarn Villages Perchés en Montagne Noire La Communauté de Communes de la Montagne Noire Cuxac-Cabardès

La Région Languedoc-Roussillon - Sud de France
Equipments and Services:
  * Parking
* Shop
* Picknick area
* Play rea
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Lac des Montagnès - Mazamet



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  Maison du Bois et du Jouet
Leisure - Adventure
Maison du Bois et du Jouet
Moulin de l’Oule
81200 Mazamet
Phone +33

Email -

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Prijzen, Tarieven -

Adult: 5.00 € to 6.00 €
Child: 3.50 € to 4.00 €

ParkingPets allowedBike friendly


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Musée du Catharisme - Maison des Mémoires de Mazamet - Mazemet

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de Cubserviès

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Le golf de Mazamet La Barouge - Mazamet


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de la Lauze

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Medieval village
of Hautpoul

Hautpoul, village médiéval

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