“Les explorateurs du temps” (The Time Explorers) was created by the start-up company “Merci Michel”, a team of digital experts who designed a real immersive and interactive adventure on IPad to allow children to discover the history of The Laughing Cow® and the world of Bel in a fun way by embarking on a ship through space. Children become explorers and can discover 6 amazing planets while having fun looking for clues in the museum trail.

An incredible 45 minute experience!

For a comfortable visit, we advise you to bring your headphones or earphones.

Available in : French / English / German / Dutch / Italian / Chinese (Mandarin)

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*Digital tablets can also be made available to you at the reception of La Maison de La Vache qui rit if necessary.


An audioguide has been developed on smartphone with the Bisontine company “Livdéo” in order to reinvent the visit experience by proposing a very innovative and easy to use solution. A platform of contents is diffused in the whole House in order not to generate download nor the constraints of an Internet connection. Visitors can easily have the story told, all the texts translated into 5 languages, enjoy the sound of the films, and make their own report of the visit. With this application, we also wanted to push further the accessibility of content for people with disabilities by developing content in FALC, LSF and audio description. An intuitive solution, suitable for everyone.

This course is available on a personal smartphone without internet, without application to download and without space limit.

For a comfortable visit, we advise you to bring your headphones or earphones.


The aim of the Tourism & Handicap state label is to provide objective and consistent information on the accessibility of tourist sites and facilities.

Tourism & Handicap takes into account the four families of disabilities (auditory, mental, motor and visual) and aims to develop a tourist offer adapted and integrated into the general offer.

This mark is the result of a collaboration between several actors: the Ministry of Tourism, professionals of the sector, local authorities and associations representing people with disabilities.

It is the property of the State and was registered at the National Institute of Intellectual Property on February 12, 2003 as a simple collective trademark.

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