Your children will love this park! It is fully enclosed and has multiple sections including a pedal car track for older children. It can be a bit chaotic so either take a chillpill (ya 90s slang!) or be mentally prepared. Most people go to Namur to visit the historical sites and the citadel. But those of us with small children know that visits such as those don’t typically go over or end well. If you want to visit Namur perhaps you could bribe your children with the promise of, “if you are good during our tour of X, you will be rewarded with an awesome park!” Or if they are still in a stroller you could exhaust them here and then let them sleep while you walk through what you want to see.
The park has huge playground equipment with large slides, a smaller play area for 3-5 year olds, electric cars, pedal cars, trampolines, mini golf, a bounce house and a sand pit.
Address: Rond-point Michel Thonar 1, Citadelle, 5000 NAMUR
2013 Season Opens Saturday March 30th at 11am.
March 30-April 14: 11-6pm
April 1 Reserved for Egg Hunt
April 15-Jun 30
-Weekends and holidays 11-6pm
-Other days reservation only for school groups 10-4pm
May 1st Reserved for a holiday
July and August
-Open everyday 11-6pm except July 28
September to October 13
Weekends and holidays 11-6pm
Other days reserved for school groups
Season closes October 13
Cost: 3 euro for adults and children. Children under 1 meter tall free. 1.50 euro extra for the pedal cars and 1 euro extra for the trampolines.
Know before you go
During the summer on weekends it can be overwhelmingly busy. Try to go early in the morning to avoid lots of crowds.
There is a cafe here for food and drink
The water is expensive so bring your own
Your children will probably not want to leave, tantrum warning.