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The Funfair is back!

18 October 2019 - 11h52

The Funfair season is launched today in the Principality. Doors open at 2pm, for a fair month on the quai Albert 1er.

 The 2019 edition of the Funfair has evolved. With the end of the works on the quai Albert 1er, the Funfair has gained in surface and activity! This year, there are 87 fairgrounds to welcome children and adults from 18th October to 19th November. That is 15 more than in the 2018 edition. And who says more space, says novelties. Or rather, return of the great classics of the Monaco Funfair.

 The giant slide is back!

Among the landmark attractions returning to the quai Albert 1er is the giant slide. There is also the return of the pirate boat. New this year, visitors can enjoy an escape game or a mechanical surf. No panic for the most thrill-hungry: Pulsion, Tagada or Atmosfear remain faithful to the station. Gourmets will also find their way there, as food and treats stalls will not be missed.

 One more entrance

With the gain of space, the Monaco Funfair has one more entrance near the Nautic restaurant. In total, six entrances on the upper part and two entrances on the lower part will allow access to the Funfair, that is free of charge, however many attractions are charged.

 Audrey Corminboeuf

 © A.C.

Programm of the Funfair

From 18th October to 19th November

Sunday to Thursday : from 11am to 11pm

Friday and Saturday : from 11am to 12am

Special days :

31st October : from 11am to 12am

18th November : from 11am to 1am

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