Free parking near the park entrance.
Free camper van park (approx. 40 spaces) in the immediate vicinity of the park.
Electric vehicle charging station near the City Hall
Allow about 1.5 to 3 hours for the walk, plus a visit to the Plant Pavilion and the shop, if you wish, and a stop at the tea room. The ticket office closes 1 hour before the park closes.
The Oriental Park's tea room offers food and beverages on the days it is open continuously.
Picnicking is not permitted in the park (except during the Hanami period from 15 March to 2 April).
A picnic area is available near the P1 car park.
Your four-legged friends are only allowed in the garden if they are kept on a leash (the leash for dogs must be no longer than 1.5m).
Please bring bags to dispose of waste..
Cash, cheque, credit card, holiday vouchers.
The entire tour circuit around the river and the pond (marked in red on the map) is fully accessible to people with reduced mobility.
Access to the Plant Pavilion, the tea room and the shop (yellow signposted route) requires assistance because the paths have gradients of over 4%.
Wheelchairs can be borrowed from the park's reception desk (reservation recommended).
Bicycles, scooters, balls and other rolling objects are not allowed inside the park for safety reasons.
The use of drones is not permitted in the garden.
Enjoy the Parc Oriental's night-time walks with Japanese storytelling, from May to September. Each season, special events are proposed, some with special activities for children: discovery and practice of Japanese games in June, Kamiplay (costumed Cosplay weekend) in November... More information on the events