The entrance to the playground in the Saxon Garden is from the Królewska Street. The property is fenced.
There is a lot of space for having fun for both younger and older children.
For toddlers: a sandpit, play houses, smaller and larger swings, ladders and roundabouts.
For older kids: a cobweb, fitness equipment such as balancing wheel or a device to play with sound.
And now about the pros and cons:
- The playground is not covered with tartan, but sand, so it is still reasonably safe.
- Both in the area and outside the fence are a lot of benches to sit on.
- The location of the square in the Saxon Garden makes a lot of greenery around. This is also another advantage, on a hot day it is a good place to hide from the sun.
- Downside are, unfortunately, the homeless "residing" in the Saxon Garden, which may deter some potential visitors. In fact they do not come to the playground itself, but still for some parents this neighborhood might be disturbing.
And if your kids get bored of the sand madness, you can go literally a few steps further and see the guard change at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
From the travel standpoint the place is ideal, because even if you do not have a car (the park is anyway in the pay parking zone), it can be reached by tram, bus or Metro (Świętokrzyska).
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