Colouring is considered as a form of art therapy, and isn’t only an activity for children. It is a way to escape and let your imagination run wild. With that in mind, Paris-Saclay Destination invites you to download our free colouring pages with pictures of the various heritage sites throughout the area. An original way to explore our beautiful destination! Get your crayons at the ready… 3, 2, 1 start colouring!
The Tour de Montlhéry is a must-see of the Paris-Saclay Destination, and provides one of the most beautiful views of the French department.
The Saclay pond observatory is the ideal place for bird watching. Colour this beautiful landscape of our destination.
Fauvettes Viaduct is one of the area’s most incredible sights. It is considered as being the ‘highest cliff in Ile-de-France’. This place is even more impressive in real life.
This historic bridge in the woods in Longjumeau will whisk you back to the time of the Knights Templar. You can create your own atmosphere here with the water running under the bridge and the dense forest around it. If you feel like it, you could also colour in the stones to recreate the real bridge! It’s entirely up to you!
This is the only opera house in Ile-de-France, outside of Paris. Those looking to colour in tiny details with accuracy will enjoy colouring in this image from the Nutcracker. The result will be a masterpiece!
Be imaginative and creative just like the Japanese painter who loved to paint in this workshop on the first floor of his house. Do you think you can paint as well as him?
Water, nature and some fish for a fun touch. This colouring page is guaranteed to look great.
This is an iconic place in the world of motor sports. Let your imagination run wild and colour in the vehicles however you see fit.
Your inner artist will enjoy using the imagination to colour in this magnificent château in Gif-sur-Yvette. Colour in the flowers, the shutters and all the other little details as you picture yourself sitting on the chair in the foreground. Maybe your work will be the next to feature in an exhibition at Val Fleury.