Brussels houses a great many green spaces, most of which contain fantastic playgrounds, where children can let their hair down and have some fun. Here you’ll find five playgrounds in places that you never expected!
In the King Baudouin Park in Jette you will find 3 different playgrounds that can each be discovered as you enjoy a lovely walk or bike ride through the park. Water games, climbing frames and a zip line; they have everything!
Sand between your toes
At Georges Henri Park, you can run barefoot through the sand, shoot down the slide and off you go on your next adventure! This is one of the capital’s most beautiful playgrounds and a favourite with Brussels’ little ones.
With a view of the Halle Gate, your children will imagine themselves in a real castle and middle age village. Knights and princesses are all welcome to play hide-and-seek and climb in the ropes.
Royally good fun
A playground for all ages in Brussels Park in the city centre.
The youngest visitors will love the sand pit, the baby swings and the slide, while the older children will have fun trying out the monkey bars, spring rockers and big swings!
Pirates in the woods
You should set aside a few hours for Rouge-Cloître, there’s certainly enough to see and do! 3 great playgrounds provide plenty of adventure for your children. The big pirate ship is a real highlight, the rope course is a great challenge and the little village is the perfect play area for your little ones!
Discover even more playgrounds, little farms for your youngsters and other fun places for children in Bruxelles-Environement‘s new free brochure, which you can pick up from our visit.brussels welcome offices.