Mondoramas Voyages

Historical shows

Step back in time with Mondoramas, the specialist in historical shows!

The very rich and long history of France told by passionate professionals or volunteers, the perfect opportunity to discover these places steeped in history!

Roman Days in Nîmes

Nîmes, the Roman city par excellence, hosts the Journées Romaines every year. For several days, the city is transformed into a veritable Roman camp, with historical re-enactments, entertainment and shows. For a weekend of 3 days, the Arènes de Nîmes hosts a 2-hour historical show. Over 500 extras from all over Europe retrace the great battles of the Gallic War.

Verdun from flame to light

Enter the Son et Lumière of the Battle of Verdun! Discover Europe's largest show on 14-18. A visual and sound immersion in the heart of the fighting, with immense 3D projections over the entire stage area
Breathtaking scenes, including one inside a life-size trench, in full combat
Spectacular special effects, giant image projections, impressive sets, 2 hectares of stage space with 250 actors

Le Puy du Fou

Voted "Best Amusement Park in the World", this park is just incredible! Immersion is total: everything is well thought-out, and what's more, you'll discover key moments in the history of the Vendée. From Roman antiquity to the early 20th century, the Grand Parc du Puy du Fou takes you on an extraordinary, dizzying journey through the centuries. The historical shows are breathtaking and the scenery absolutely magical! The shows are grandiose, both in terms of staging and technical effects.

Les Médiévales de Provins

France's biggest medieval festival! For 2 days, troubadours, acrobats and crowd entertainers will take you on a timeless experience! Join craftsmen, merchants and medieval enthusiasts scattered around the medieval city, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dances, music, games, jousts, street performances and, of course, the great classics of the festival: the traditional medieval ball on the Place du Châtel, a grand medieval concert and the not-to-be-missed Sunday parade with 700 people in medieval costume.

Chantillly, the Grandes Ecuries

Famous for the sumptuous feasts held under Louis XIV, the Château de Chantilly was also a hunting estate with immense stables that could accommodate over 200 horses. Today, they are home to the Musée vivant du cheval, with its annual exhibitions and shows, in which horsemanship is a highly refined art. Enjoy a unique equestrian experience with the new show "Un jour à Paris", featuring a wide range of equestrian disciplines under the dome of the Grandes Écuries de Chantilly: carriage driving, belted reins, liberty, high school, acrobatics, acrobatics and equestrian fantasies.

"Folles Époques!" in Meaux

Combining the unique setting of the episcopal city of Meaux with an original and powerful staging, using state-of-the-art technologies, the Spectacle Historique de Meaux once again invites you to plunge into the key moments of its history, from the city of the Celtic people of Meldes to the Roaring Twenties. This new edition of "Folles Epoques" presents a theatrical, musical, historical and artistic evocation of the great hours in Meaux's history. More than 500 volunteer actors, dancers, musicians and horse-riders, a veritable concentration of energy and talent... under the gaze of the Eagle Bossuet, Henri IV, Louis XVI, Talleyrand...

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