The PlayGarden is open over the holidays!

Winter Break Hours at PlayGarden!

Pack up your kids, bring their rain gear (or snow gear if we are lucky), some snacks, masks and come and play! The PlayGarden’s outdoor spaces are open to the public dawn-dusk during winter break 12/21- 1/3.  

What to do at the PlayGarden:

There are lots of things you  and your children can do in our 1 acre fully accessible and fenced garden. Some of our favorites include stomping in puddles, wheeling down the NEW Pathway for Play, playing in our NEW pebble chime, visiting the chickens and ducks,  looking at the frozen soil, riding the PlayGarden pirate ship in the wild zone, making Andy Goldsworthy art out of nature objects  or getting muddy in our mud pit.

A child jumps in a rain puddle at the PlayGarden.
Puddle stomping at the PlayGarden.
If all the raindrops were lemon drops and roses
If all the raindrops were lemon drops and roses...
Two children play in the mud with the PlayGarden pig, Wilbur.
These days, muddy play is one of the best kinds of play!
Snowy day at the PlayGarden
Snowy day at the PlayGarden.

COVID 19: Playing Safe at the PlayGarden 

When you visit the PlayGarden all visitors over the age of 3 must wear a face mask. Please keep social distance from other families and stay home if you or anyone in your family are experiencing COVID symptoms. 

Don’t forget to close the gate behind you so that all children visiting the garden are safe from the street.

Kids wearing masks and playing in the rain at the PlayGarden
Rainy day play!

We wish you happy holidays and happy playing! 

For questions about the the PlayGarden please email info@childrensplaygarden.org or call into our office at (206) 325-5576 and our staff will get back to you as soon as they can. 

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