10 original parks and playgrounds to (re)discover

Houra, a strand of sun this week-end!

It is an opportunity to (re)discover original parks and playgrounds in Paris

  • The Jardins de Reuilly (12th Arrondissement)

A nice way to have a break during the Coulée Verte walk

Beautiful expanse to run, playground, tables for a picnic, basketball court ...

And if you want to make the most of it and discover the magic of Street Art, here is the Street Art tour Coulée verte

Reuilly Explorehappy Reuilly Explorehappy Basket

  • Parc Floral (Vincennes)

I am always amazed by the number and diversity games in the playground: giant slides, zipline, for all ages ... surrounded by greenery ..

RER Vincennes or Metro Chateau de Vincennes

  • The Museum of Sculpture, outdoors (5th Arrondissement):

In the 5th arrondissement, on the Quai St Bernard, we can walk along the Seine, discovering magnificent sculptures by Caesar or Brancusi

  • The Luxembourg Garden (5th Arrondissement):

A nice walk in the middle of the sculptures ... a peaceful place to rest and watch the small boats sailing in the fountain ... (also a playground but charged)

RER Luxembourg

Luxembourg Explorehappy

  • Parc Montsouris & ​​Jardins Cités Universitaire (14th Arrondissement)

A small green space well hidden, full of charm with playground for all ages children and ping pong tables

RER Cité U

14th Explorehappy

  • Parc André Citroen (15th Arrondissement):

In addition to ping-pong or chess tables, water games and a giant tropical greenhouse, this park has a playful and aerial itinerary ... but also of the famous hot-air balloon overlooking Paris!

Metro Lourmel or Tram T3A

  • Parc de l'Ile St Germain (Issy Les Moulineaux):

Beautiful expanses of greenery to run and unwind, a playground, giant "spiderwebs" to climb, ping pong tables ... and a unique sculpture by G. Dubuffet!

RER: line C, station Issy-Val-de-Seine 
Tramway: T2 Station Les Moulineaux or Issy-Val-de-Seine
Bus: 39 - 123 - 126 - 189

  • The Tuileries Garden (1st Arrondissement)

A place Parisians drop to (re)discover for its hidden treasures: a great slide, trampolines (paying, check the health recommendations) ..as well as a Dubuffet statue well hidden!

And if you want to combine this walk to challenges and funny anecdotes, discover the tour Louvre Tuileries

Metro Tuileries

Dubuffet Tuileries Explorehappy

  • Parc de Clichy Batignolles (17th Arrondissement)

Two areas of playgrounds for children and teenagers with fields for ball games, a skate park, a space for basketball!

Metro Brochant

And you, what are your favorite parks and playgrounds?

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