Children’s Park Buenos Aires, an open-air space to enjoy the coast of the Río de la Plata.
It is one of the newest parks in the city of Buenos Aires. With 32 hectares, full of a huge variety of native birds, so you can do a Bird Watching and observe the benteveo, the calandria and the chingolo among many more! To know more about this activity, we leave you this note here.
It is located in the northeast of Buenos Aires, very close to the river coast, so the wind is commonplace and you will see many people with their kites. Obviously, you can rent one on the spot as well.
It has several areas with recreational games in the style of sandboxes, slides and squares for the little ones. It also has a bicycle path, picnic tables and a coastal path so you can see beautiful sunsets and you can see the boats that circulate along the River. It does not have grills and it is forbidden to make fires on the site.
In addition, it has a huge pedestrian bridge that connects with Paseo de Vicente López, which we are talking about here. It closes its doors at 5 p.m., so we recommend you use it early because, otherwise, you will not be able to return by that same path.
It has a huge and completely free parking, in addition to having bathrooms, kiosks, drinking fountains and nursing service in case of an emergency.
In the summer months, from January to March, it usually becomes a program launched by the City Government
as “Buenos Aires Playa”. It involves the installation of artificial beaches within the Park, with sand, lounge chairs, umbrellas and showers; In addition to organizing different sports activities to enjoy the Sun. Given the global situation of COVID-19, this year it could not be carried out.
It is not allowed to enter the Children’s Park Buenos Aires with Pets, as well as, bathing in the river is prohibited.
It is open from Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., remaining closed on Mondays.
It is not easily accessible if you go by public transport, but there are several buses that come quite close, as well as the Miter Train. Then, you will have to walk a little until you get there.