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Pokeyland | Amusement Park in Moselle, France

Updated: Feb 10, 2022

Hey, you! 🌳

Hope you enjoy this video as much as we enjoyed our day at Pokeyland. This was how we chose to celebrate our daughter's 13th birthday this year and she even got to conquer one of her fears!

As I just mentioned, we recently celebrated our daughter's 13th birthday and we decided to go to Pokeyland (click here), which is about 20 minutes from where we live. We initially thought of going just the 3 of us but we decided <a tip from a parent to another> to invite one of our daughter's close friend to come along. That was such a great idea! While the girls were out and about and enjoying together, the Husband and I were able to venture out on our own.

Pokeyland has great advantages such as no entrance fee for those who do not want to do any activities but just want to walk around the park and be with family (like me! 😊).

The husband and I feel that people don't talk enough about Pokeyland. We're really lucky because we live in an area with lots of activities. Within a 1-hour perimeter, there is an animal zoo, animal center, aquarium, ski hall, tree-climbing, wall climbing, parks, and many more... We also live by the border of Luxembourg and Germany!

This was our first time here and I still can't believe that. Pokeyland is a gem! It's not too small or big, just perfect! AND it's super clean (wow!). There are activities for the younger children, but as well as the older ones. They even have paintball!

The best thing is definitely their prices! You can choose what best fits you. For our teenagers, we got them the all-inclusive adventure package which costs 29€ each so they could do anything (unlimited). This does not include paintball.

The Husband and I didn't pay any entrance fee. We were advised to get an expense card and we topped it up by 20€. If we chose to do an activity, we could pay with that card. The price of the activities are ranged from 4-7€, depending on the activity. I didn't do any activity, so I didn't pay anything at all. My husband did one and paid for just that one. At the end of the day, we were refunded the money we put initially in the card. Isn't that cool? I've been to many places like this, but this has got to be my first time not paying anything at an amusement park which influenced our decision to eat at one of their restaurants for lunch and afternoon snacks instead of packing a picnic bag. Surprisingly their food and drinks were pretty affordable in comparison to nearby places.

This is where our Daughter conquered one of her fears. Le Saut dans le Vide.

Unfortunately, we were not able to take photos and videos of all the park's activities, so check out the official website to see the list.

Thanks and take care! 😘

xoxo Elodie


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