The playground in Fort Bema is located in the Bemowo district, near the fortifications, which during WW2 served as a military storage and an ammunition factory.
It is now the largest playground in Warsaw and one of the largest in Europe. In fact the area is very large and, interestingly refers to the architecture of the nearby fort. It's divided into several zones. The first zone with lots of play equipment for older children. There are slides, cottages with obstacles, bizarre swings, such as some where you stand rather than sit, a rope climbing structure, mini-climbing walls, piles of different heights on which you can check your balance. Instead of soft substrate, which can be commonly found in most playgrounds there is sand here. Children totally do not mind, the adults accompanying them usually do.
The area for youngest children is fully fenced by a low metal fence and a lockable gate, so that babies cannot easily run away. There are roofed cottages, in which you can hide, swings on a spring in pet-shape and a large sandpit. Also nearby is the area of the lower structures with an Indian village, trapper's cottage and a fitness area equipped with exercise equipment and a large board with giant chess figures.
The place is worth a visit, the kids have plenty of room to run around. Near the square there is a moat filled with water, so you may want to stock up on good anti-mosquito formulation.
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- next to the fort there is a big free parking