Étiquette : garden with playground

Square René Le Gall, a large public garden for the whole family in Paris 13

public garden with playground paris 13

The René Le Gall garden is an « off tourist road », located near Place d’Italie and the entrance is on the street Corvisart. You’ll find there an access ramp for strollers and will arrive on the large playground, where there are also swings.

In the other areas, you may stroll through the aisles surrounded by trees and discover its roses garden.
For having picnic with your family, tables are available or you may chose to lay in the grass. In short, there’s something for all ages!

28 rue de Croulebarbe/rue Corvisart – 75013 Paris
Open from 8:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. (Paris public gardens opening times depends on sunshine/sunset hours)

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[Walking with baby] Champ de Mars with baby – Paris 7e

Visiting Paris always goes by going on top on the Eiffel Tower. However, once you are in the area remember to takes time to relax in your long visits days. From the top of the Eiffel Tower, between Parisian buildings, a green area is visible. The Champ de Mars is the ideal place for a picnic with your children, with the wonderful view of the symbol of France.  This park contains wonderful areas for your children to enjoy Paris, away from tourists and Eiffel tower key chains sellers.

The 1913 Carousel has seen two world wars. It is still in function and works mechanically. Take a ride with the Old Paris, next to the Eiffel Tower. It is at the corner of Avenue Charles Risley and Avenue Pierre Loti. A traditional Middle Age game is offered on the carousel, with a stick, children have to hit in a circle.

A more recent carousel is also in the Champ de Mars, on the other way.

When sunny days show up in Paris, pay attention around you, poneys and donkeys are trespassing. Children are able to ride them for a small price. Also pedal cars might appearing in the Eiffel Tower Park, another occasion for your children to try traditional games.

And of course, several snack places are always situated not too far away from these activities.
A calmer activity to enjoy with your family will be the puppet show. Look carefully on the date. It will be offered only on Wednesdays, Saturdays, Sundays, and day offs. The website is http://guignolduchampdemars.centerblog.net

If none of these interest you, or are closed, playgrounds will always be in the Champs de Mars, and for free.

Away from fun, here’s a wonderful website on Paris Champ de Mars panoramas www.parisvirtualtour.com

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Manège 1913
Website: http://www.manege1913paris.com
Open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. (8 p.m.  in winter)
Location: corner of Charles Risler avenue and Pierre Loti avenue

Snack Le Châlet du Manège Website: http://www.manege1913paris.com/
Open from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m. (8 p.m. in winter)
Location: corner of Charles Risler avenue and Pierre Loti avenue

Location: Charles Risler avenue
One for +18 months One for +6 y/o

Le Manège à Lutins
Location: On the right from the Human Right monument, when entering from Belgrade avenue

Snack La Bonbonnière de Marie
Location: Allée Adrienne Lecouvreur

Playground with swing
Location: On the right from the Human Right monument, when entering from Belgrade avenue

Poney rides
Location: 2 allée Adrienne Lecrouveur

Pedal car
Website: http://www.parisvirtualtour.com/fr/photographie-spherique-panoramique-360/hiver-au-jardin-du-champ-de-mars/voitures-pedales/
Location: Risler Avenue

Puppet Show
Website: http://guignolduchampdemars.centerblog.net/
Location: Allée du général Marguerite Open on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays

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Parc Montsouris in Paris 14: great place for sunny days!

Do you desire a getaway with your family in the South of Paris?

Discover the Parc Montsouris, which is made like an English garden: 15 hectares of green spaces and 1.5 km in circumference in 17th district. There is a lack with ducks and swans over there, many ancient trees which host many birds, huge lawns for picnics or lounging.

If you want to have fun with kids, you have the choice between swings and playgrounds, or you can also offer them a pony ride, a tour of rides, a puppets’ show or eat a crepe! And the best of all… There are toilets for kids!

Finally, you can enjoy many free concerts from May to September.

Address: 2 rue Gazan 75014 Paris
Several access: boulevard Jourdan, avenue Reille, rue Gazan, rue de la Cité-Universitaire, rue Nansouty, rue Emile-Deutsch-de-la-Meurthe
Opening times: from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m (May, June), 24/7 from July to September, from 7:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m in September.

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[Refreshing Park] Parc Clichy Batignolles – Martin Luther King, Paris 17th

An urban park specifically designed for the quiet, the relaxation and the coolness in the middle of the city. The garden enlarges constantly to offer more and more green spaces where the water is in good place. For kids (and adults) funny, sound and visual water games as well as some water columns that goes up to 5-meter-high are to be discovered. Walkers will appreciate to go green for a day : gardens, playgrounds, sports fields, woody area and « green beach » for sunbathing amateurs.

147 rue Cardinet 75017 Paris
Open Monday-Friday 8am-9:30pm (opening 9am on week-end)

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