To the delight of children!

The adventure playground at Jardin Nelson-Mandela
(Halles district)

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: 1 rue Pierre-Lescot, 1st arrondissement. Subway: Les Halles - between the Canopée, St-Eustache church and the Bourse trade
  • The adventure playground is open every day except Monday
  • Schedules according to season
  • Free
  • Treed and foggers : we like when it's hot! Toilets and water points are also available.
  • For 2-6 year olds - a small play area with swings, slide, metal structures to walk on, monkey bridges and marble runways.
  • For the Ages 7 to 11a 2,500 m² adventure playground is reserved for them - Trampoline, megamachines, bridge, ramp and climbing trees
  • A 400 m² playground (soccer pitch, basketball courts, ping-pong tables) decorated by street artist Romain Froquet

A very central location in the new Les Halles district. With a very special and playful world of retro-futuristic maps. It's a fun planet where the colorful imagination takes pride of place amidst the vegetation. Especially for 7-11 year olds, and sneakers are even better!

Rives de Seine: a landmark for children
(Paris Centre)

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: from quai des Tuileries to port de l'Arsenal (central Paris) - right and left banks
  • Open 24 hours a day
  • Free, accessible toilets + seasonal toilets, water points, planted areas
  • Many games drawn on the floor : world map, animals, hopscotch, chess, maze, giant goose...
  • A 40-metre Little Adventurer course with balancing zones using wooden studs and tree trunks
  • And 2 mini climbing walls for climbers.
  • A 20-metre-long slate wall
  • Via Ferrata, multi-sport and mini-football fields, citrus groves and 5 pétanque courts!

The Parc Rives de Seine is located in the center of Paris, on either side of the Seine for 4 km! There's something for everyone, and adults are not left out: clubbing while watching the kids, in a hammock or on the lawn with the whole family!

Busy all year round and extremely pleasant even in winter, it's the capital's liveliest free spot in summer, during the summer months. Paris-Plage

We recommend the area between Pont Neuf and Pont au Change and near Pont d'Arcole and Square Federico-Garcia-Lorca with young children: accessible playground equipment. toddlerclimbing wall and adventure course for the little ones from 3 years and up to 10 years. For older children: mini-football pitches, agrés, and lots of activities.

Parc Floral playground
(Paris 12th)

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: Route de la Pyramide, 75012 Paris - Close to the Vincennes castle
  • Open from 9.30am to 5pm, 6pm, 6.30pm or 8pm depending on the season.
  • Admission to the Parc Floral is free: every day from September to the end of April, and pay Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays from May to the end of September, days of animations and concerts
  • accessible toilets, changing facilities, water points, planted areas, restaurant, vending machine
  • Amazon Tower's 6-metre high slide
  • a ten-metre climbing structure
  • slides, swings, rope pyramid, turnstile, spring games, tunnels and lots of hiding places
  • The park is equipped with sprayers, ideal when it's hot and with babies and toddlers

Nestled in thehe Bois de Vincennes and the 12th arrondissement the free playground at Floral Park is ideal for the little ones. You can also take advantage of several low-budget activities, each more enticing than the last: Rosalie rides, miniature golf, escape games, treasure hunts and for the little ones : Guignol's kiosk!

Visited all year round, the Parc Floral is not only a marvellous botanical garden, but also a famous stage for the Paris Jazz Festival, held from June to September!

"Là-haut" in the Parc André-Citroën
(Paris 15th)

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: 2, rue Cauchy 75015 Paris (15th) - The "La Haut" playground is located in the heart of the André-Citroën Park where the Generali balloon on which you can climb to discover one of the most beautiful views of Paristwo large tropical greenhouses
  • Open every day - From 8 or 9 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. / 7:30 p.m. / 8:30 p.m. / 9:30 p.m. depending on the season
  • Free of charge, toilets nearby, water point, drinks dispenser - vegetated
  • for the little ones several areas dedicated to them in the black garden: 5 enclosures with 2 sandboxes topped by spring games, wooden huts and slides
  • For tweens The inevitable tree-climbing course, free-access ping-pong and chess tables, water games and a gigantic tropical greenhouse.
  • Jet pool : ideal when it's hot

With the "La Haut" playground, the aim is to defy weightlessness! Whoever touches the ground loses! It's a challenging mini accrobranch course for children and young teenagers. It's located in Parc André-Citroën 15 hectares of agility, sport and encounters between children of all ages and families.

Parc Clichy-Batignolles - Martin Luther King
(Paris 17th)

A park full of surprises!

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: 147, rue Cardinet, Paris 17th - in the center of the new Clichy-Batignolles district
  • Open daily - 7am-9.30pm in summer, 7am-8.30pm in autumn - and 7am-7pm in winter (count on an hour later in the morning at weekends).
  • Free, accessible toilets and water points, security guard. Catering area in the "la forge" building
  • A total of 433 m² of play space for the little ones520 m2 for middle-aged children,
  • 1200 m2 for ball games915 m2 for the skate park and 390 m2 for basketballand a "wall ball area
  • antique wooden and board games, free to borrow against a deposit
  • Ideal for hot weather, you'll find numerous basins, shaded areas to protect children's play areas and lawns

A host of highly original spaces on this fully landscaped former railway line. There's something for everyone children of all ages, toddlers the teens, to each his own space and sports fields. It's the most eco-friendly park we've ever designed: vegetation, biotope, recycled water, solar panels and wind turbines! All generations meet here, and we love this park!

Le Jardin du Dragon, La villette's playground
(Paris, 19th)

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: Parc de la Villette 211 Avenue Jean Jaurès (19th district) - Ideally located near the Cité des Sciences you have to take the Ourcq canal
  • Open every day - 8am to 7pm
  • Free of charge, accessible toilets and water point, planted - food court nearby
  • The playground for the little ones (follow pictograms for recommended ages): stability games, climbing nets, rocking animals, turnstiles
  • From 8 to 14 years old The colorful Iron Dragon is 25 meters long, with an 11-meter-high tube-slide (of sufficient diameter for teenagers) serving as the tongue.
  • To reach the dragon's head? rope, rubber staircase, various nets

Just step into the mouth of the multicolored dragon to let off steam after visiting an exhibition at the Cité des sciences! This recently renovated playground is designed for all children from Ages 3 to 13. Access to the dragon is only authorized from 8 years

Thrills and spills at Parc de Belleville (Paris, 20th arrondissement)

Days, times and what can you do?

  • Address: 47, rue des Couronnes (20eme) - 15 min away des Buttes Chaumont,
  • Open every day - 7 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. in summer - 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. in winter
  • Free of charge, accessible toilets and water point, vegetation
  • Large slope with shock-absorbing materials and no risk of sliding downhill
  • Parcourswith toboggans, aluminium pipes, climbing nets, climbing zones, trap doors and other balance beams... and stairway access for a peek at the little ones
  • Paddling pool and small water jets : ideal when it's hot
  • Table tennis and table soccer

Parc de Belleville is one of the capital's most original playgrounds. Designed with daredevils in mind, with its 30-degree slope, it's based on the notion of risk-taking. Special materials are used to ensure children's safety. Over 1000 m2From 6 years old and pre-teens (up to age 15)

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