KOMPAN Playgrounds are surrounding one of the world's most visited monuments to entertain and extend the experience for tourists and locals.
In the shade of the trees and within a short walk of one of the world’s greatest icons, lies multiple KOMPAN playgrounds. Every year, millions of Parisians and tourists visit the parks surrounding the Eiffel Tower to admire the tower, relax in the park, gather for a picnic or play at the playgrounds. The playgrounds are heavily used, but even after many years, the KOMPAN playground equipment remain safe and fun, while requiring very little maintenance.
Tower and play moving limits
The Eiffel Tower was built for the 1889 World’s Fair to show art of modern engineers. At that time, the tower symbolised scientific progression, and the limits of what would be possible were moved. KOMPAN playgrounds aim to stimulate children to explore and develop their limits to maybe become scientists and artists of the future.
The parks around the Eiffel Tower features a broad range of KOMPAN playground equipment to stimulate children of all ages. Children can develop skills in a modern Galaxy steel structure, traditional playhouses, a play steam train, lots of different springers and in an Explorer Dome facilitating 3D climbing.