INSIDE: Roam the Gnome’s Guide to the BEST PLAYGROUNDS in PARIS- tried and tested.
Looking for a Paris playground?
Take a look at these.
Four of the best playgrounds in Paris for kids of all ages – toddlers, preschoolers, big kids and young teens!
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The 4 Best Playgrounds in Paris France
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Here, in no particular order, are our four favourite Paris playgrounds for children.
What all four Paris playgrounds have in common is their unique playground equipment and design.
Kids LOVE them.
So does Roam the Gnome!
No.1: NEW Jardin du Luxembourg Playground
The newly rebuilt LUDO Jardin at the Jardin du Luxembourg gardens is an ode to the beauty of nature.
The design and colors of the Paris playground mimic the treasures found in the environment.
There’s plenty of natural timber to help it blend into the surrounds, and flying fox playground equipment too.
Find all the details, including entry fees, opening hours, and plenty more pictures at our newly updated Guide to Jardin Du Luxembourg Playground.
Plus, if you are heading that way, take a look at this guide to the Jardin du Luxembourg gardens.
There’s so much to do here.
We’ve listed the best 10 things for kids and families to do in Paris at this much loved park, including pony rides.
Pop it on your itinerary.
Map of Ludo Jardin Playground Address
No.2: Terrain d’aventures Paris Playgrounds
If your kids love space, or Star Wars, or futuristic worlds, this is the playground for them.
Located not far from the Novotel hotel in Paris city centre, it’s a top spot for families with kids of all ages as there are two parts to this park.
This play area is for the big kids, as pictured.
The other part for the toddlers and preschoolers.
Take a look at our guide to the Terrain d’aventures playground for all the details including:
- opening hours
- how to get there, and more.
Looking for more fun activities for kids in Paris? Visit the Paris aquarium. Book tickets in advance here.
Map of Terrain d’aventures Playground Address
No.3: Parc de la Villette Playground Paris
Heading out to the Cites des Science Museum for a session at one of the children’s museums exhibitions?
(If not, you should!)
Then make a day of it by spending time afterwards in the Parc de la Villette gardens and head to one of their two best playgrounds.
There’s the Dragon playground for older kids.
Plus, this cool playground, the “Garden of Winds and Dunes”, perfect for both toddlers, preschoolers and big kids up to 12.
Take a sneak peek at our guide to the Parc de la Villette playgrounds for opening hours, cost, and directions.
Want to know more about Paris history? Book this family-friendly Paris walking tour with interactive games and puzzles
Parc de la Villette map (Folie des Vents et des dunes)
No.4: Jardin des Tuileries Paris Playground
Another surprise find in the gardens near the Louvre, the Aire de Deux playground in Paris for kids has something to challenge the older kids and teens.
Plus, plenty of smaller playground equipment pieces to entertain the little ones too. This is one fo the best playgrounds for toddlers in Paris as it’s fenced and there’s no roads nearby.
Bring your own soccer ball to this play area and play a round of soccer with your new mates too!
Take a look at everything on offer in our guide to this Jardin des Tuileries Paris playground.
Hot tip: Look to your right with your back to the Louvre Museum, and you may see an amusement park or Christmas Market in action.
Map of Aire de jeux playground address
Toadstool Rating: Best Paris Playgrounds to Visit with Kids in Paris
Combine your days exploring Paris with kids with a visit to at least one or more of these cool Paris playgrounds!
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