The North and Ile-de-France

Come and admire the most beautiful Parisian monuments in one place, the most sumptuous palaces passed down from our Kings of France and discover the Gothic and Flemish architecture in the cities of Amiens, Lille and Arras.

Château de Vaux le Vicomte

The château and gardens were designed by Le Vau, Le Brun and Le Nôtre. Nicolas Fouquet bought the estate in 1641.

Built in
the 17th century
Visits and
cultural events

Eiffel Tower

It was built by the engineer Gustave Eiffel to celebrate the centenary of the revolution.

Built in
1889
Observation and
telecommunications tower

Amiens Cathedral

It is the largest cathedral in France and a pearl of flamboyant Gothic art.

Built in
the 13th century
A UNESCO
World Heritage site

Stade de France

It has a capacity of 75,000 to 100,000 and is used for cultural and sporting events.

Built in
1998

Château de Versailles

Built by Louis XIII then Louis XIV, it was designed by the greats: Le Vau, Le Brun, Le Nôtre.

Built in
the 17th century
A UNESCO
World Heritage site

Douai Town Hall

With its 64m belfry and 62 bells, it is one of the most famous belfries in the northern region.

Built in
1380
A UNESCO
World Heritage site

Le cloche-pied picard

Ding, dong! Jump high to ring the bells!

L'anecdote du maquettiste

Le Stade de France est la seule maquette du parc qui a été réalisée à France Miniature, avant que son original ne soit achevé ! Grâce à une collaboration avec le Consortium, architecte en charge de la conception du stade original, le maquettiste a installé cette réplique avec ses 50 000 personnages, en 1997, un an avant l’inauguration officielle du Stade de France à Saint Denis !