The cosy space comprises well-known Scandi stories across the full range of Nordic languages and a variety of traditional toys.
I decided we’d go freestyle for the day, abandoning the buggy and letting the erratic slitherer do her worst. What could possibly go wrong?
Sculptural works are displayed on the floor behind foot-high cordons that may as well be labelled ‘baby limbo contest this way’.
The sprawling park really comes into its own in summer with its trio of bathing ponds, 61-metre lido and children’s paddling pool.
The playground attracts 1,000,000 visitors a year thanks to its lush surroundings, central location and imaginative construction.
With the museum moving to an £83m new home and me giving birth to an 8.3lb baby, I was keen to find out how well we’d gel.
Should they need a break from climbing, sliding and mud-pie making, the pint-sized picnic huts offer the perfect place to refuel.
Hibou, in case you were wondering, is French for owl, while cuckoo is English for erm… cuckoo.
Toddlers want to touch stuff and that’s understandable. These people are brand new; of course they want to touch everything.
The Corner House is less a play cafe and more a small, well-planned city in which to play, eat, drink, meet and learn.