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Trafiklegepladsen

Gunnar Nu Hansen Plads 10
2100 Copenhagen Ø
Website: http://www.kk.dk/Borger/ByOgTrafik/GroenneOmraader/Legepladser/BemandedeLegepladser/Trafiklegepladse
Phone: 35 42 37 08
Country of origin: Denmark
Languages spoken:
  • Danish
  • English

On this playground children can learn traffic and road safety rules while playing.

The traffic lanes are marked with street signs, road markings, shark teeth and intersections with traffic lights. Such, kids can get a fun and educational experience - either on their own bikes or on the playground's.
Smaller children can practice on their own small traffic lane or can take a trip in the mini forest.

The playground provides bikes, go-karts, tricycles and traditional toys as well as swings, slides, sandboxes, a climbing wall and a playhouse.

You can bring your own food and you can eat it on the premises of the playground or in the partk.

Groups over 5 children need to make reservations ahead of time.

Traffic playground opening hours
Monday-Thursday: 9.30-17.00
Friday : 10.00-17.00

Note: The traffic playground will be under construction from October 2011 - June 2012.

Check out other fun activities for kids in Denmark.


Keywords:
outdoor-playground, traffic-playground

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