Tumbling Bay Playground
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Tumble tots will love this park, found at the north end of the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Your little ones won't believe their eyes when they see the rope bridges, wobbly bridges and trees - just waiting to be climbed!
There are rock pools, sandpits, tall treehouses, a fort, bridges, slides, swings and even water pumps to excite the kids. The playground is beautifully designed and even includes modern art; Heather and Ivan Morison’s Cross and Cave sculpture.
Next door, the Timber Lodge cafe and community centre has free activity sheets for younger kids and sells home-cooked fare or take a picnic if it’s a nice day. Situated on the site of the 2012 Olympics, you can easily spend a whole day here to explore the rest of the park which is full of nature trails, parklands, waterways, playgrounds and cafes. A fun and free day out for all the family!
Kidadler Joanne says: "We love it there... the Tumbling Bay playground at the far end of the park is great for older kids. My best tip is take scooters! There is so much space for them!"
Parent of 1 boy and 1 girl
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Walk round the side of the park (rather than through it) if you want to go to the Tumbling bay playground first and you’re parked in Westfield. It’s much shorter/quicker! Park in the John Lewis car park.
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