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Remiseparkens animal playground

Peder Lykkesvej 71-73
2300 Copenhagen S
Website: http://www.kk.dk/Borger/ByOgTrafik/GroenneOmraader/Legepladser/BemandedeLegepladser/Bondegaarden.asp
Phone: 32 58 39 63
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

This playground is arranged in and around a farm from the 1700s. In the farmhouse you'll find playrooms and in the stables the animals: ponies, goats, rabbits, chickens, ducks, pigs and calves. Children can help with feeding, grooming, cleaning them etc. You kids will feel great being so close to the animals and being helpful to them.

You can ride ponies every afternoon (except Monday) or take a tour with the horse carriage.

On the playground various outdoor games are set up, and you can borrow play materials even wodden rifles or roleplay swords. There is a paddling pool, trampoline, miniature golf, a suspension bridge, playhouses, sandboxes etc. The play fields are paved and they can turn into ice rinks in the winter. Inside the house there are various games and toys that can be used freely.

Great activities for kids in rainy weather

Animal playground opening hours
Monday Friday: 9.30-17.00
Saturday - Sunday: 9.30-16.00
Closed on public holidays

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Keywords:
outdoor-playground, indoor-playground, animal-playground, rainy-weather

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