The capital’s most innovative, aesthetically pleasing, exciting and often downright weird children’s playgrounds.
Hot town, summer in the city: while away a sticky day in one of the capital’s many play fountains or splash pads.
It was a not-so-lovely THIRTY-SEVEN DEGREES on the day we visited, which is literally the same temperature as a living person’s insides.
It’s a castle but, I’ll be honest, we were only really here for the playground, which is also a castle.
Big, bleak, beautiful and very zen, as long as you ignore the whinings of your bored three and a half year old who isn’t putting up with anymore of this “walking in nature” bullshit.
The entrance to Grow Wild is through this really cute little door that looks like a treehouse, which just instantly sparks joy.
I can probably think of 100 museums I’d rather go to and the majority of them would be considerably cheaper than this one.
The playground is perfect for imaginative play and, in our case, the never-ending game of hide and seek that we’ve been playing since October 2018.
Get out more this month with open-air theatre, water play at the museum, outdoor cinema and family street parties.
Have a wild adventure with our pick of the best wallet-friendly forest-school sessions, by Kerri Burton