24, May 2018 | Playtime
The classic playground can be, to be honest, kind of boring. Circu discovered a few places in the world where childhood joy is possible. Here are some of the coolest playgrounds for kids in the world.
Neptune Park – United States
A 30-foot-tall climbing pyramid that is taller than most two-story home. The pyramid has a metal structure and rope netting inside prevents kids from falling more than 6 feet.
Swarovski Crystal Worlds – Austria
A four-story play tower that features a trampoline, rope swings, a 45-foot-tall climbing net, and slides inside the Swarovski Museum.
Lake Macquarie Variety Playground – Australia
Designed for children of all abilities, including visually impaired and wheelchair-bound kids. Featuring a 40-foot climbing tower, a 30-foot spiral slide, a zip line, wheelchair-accessible swings and a play boat, musical play equipment, and more.
Imagination Playground – United States
A minimalist park is designed with little more than sand, water, and a set of blocks. Kids are able to stack, connect, and manoeuvre the abstractly shaped blue blocks into creative constructions.
Nagasaki School – Japan
An urban school provides a fun way to have recess. A playground on the roof deck of a school with a climbing net that leads up from a playroom downstairs. Inside, there’s also a fireman’s pole to slide down!
Harry Thomas Sr. Playground – United States
A playground with math-themed, whose design is inspired by the Fibonacci sequence.
Woodland Discovery Playground – United States
A playground separated into different play areas with slides, tree houses, climbing nets, sand, and more, all connected by a winding walkway.
New York Hall of Science – United States
Designed to let kids explore motion, balance and simple machines. It features waterworks, a giant spider web and a giant seesaw.
Wallholla – Netherlands
The structure that packs a lot of activity few feet wide space. Ribbon shaped platforms run throughout a wire mesh cage that many kids can climb in, out, and around at the same time.
Takino Suzuran National Park Playground – Japan
A crocheted artwork turned into a sculptural playground.
Children’s Railway Station – Denmark
A locomotive-themed playground that features a ticket office, a control tower, a train with passenger carriages and an explorable engine compartment.
Anthill Playground – Denmark
An 8-foot-tall slide shaped like a giant ant, an anthill to climb, a “lumberjack hut” for picnics and a 65-foot-tall watchtower to hang out.
Zip World – United Kingdom
An underground playground that features giant trampolines made of bouncy nets connected by walkways and slides.
St. Louis’ City Museum – United States
A tree house, a slide but in huge proportions.
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Source: Mental Floss