You can find awesome playgrounds everywhere in the city. Whilst admiring the city of Tallinn from the roof promenade of the new cruise terminal and near Reidi road along the seafront, you can also spend time on games and sports courts.
Kadriorg Park – The most outstanding palatial and urban park in Estonia, covering around 70 hectares. The most popular places for a stroll in the park are the flower beds surrounding the Swan Pond and the promenade leading from there to the president’s palace.
Regardless of the season, Tallinn’s adventure parks have plenty of activities for you to participate in.
Nõmme Adventure Park – Situated in the midst of greenery, this adventure park is open all year round. It offers trails of varying difficulties and it’s suitable for almost everyone.
Pirita Adventure Park – This adventure park is distinguished with its tall pine trees and sandy beach. The six high adventure trails are open only from April to September.
Vimka-Viimsi Hall Park – You can get here with a 20-minute car ride from the city centre. In winter, you can ski, snowboard or tube down the 250-metre-long snowy slope. Then, in summer the parks offers other popular attractions for mountain centres.
When it’s cold outside, you can have fun indoors.
SkyPark – Situated in the T1 Mall of Tallinn, Trampoline Centre in Ülemiste Centre.
X-Park – Situated in Mustamäe offers numerous jumping and climbing joys.
There are more play centres near other shopping centres.
The SkyWheel – You can hop on Estonia’s largest Ferris wheel, also found in the T1 Mall of Tallinn shopping centre.
Summer never ends in Tallinn’s water parks.
Atlantis H20 Aquapark – The largest park in Viimsi. The water park has six slides, a wave pool and a lazy river.
Kalev Spa Waterpark – Situated in the lush park near Tallinn Old Town. You can swim in Estonia’s largest 50-metre pool there and enjoy many water attractions, slides, hot tubs, kids’ pools and saunas.
Miiamilla Children’s Museum – This operates in a colourful house with a tower built in 1937 as the main building of Kadriorg Children’s Park. The park, which has been called the ‘Paradise for Children’ is unique thanks to its historic building suitable to the Kadriorg ensemble.
Kalamaja Park – This is great for a cosy picnic and a walk. It has become a facourite amongst families. Besides the largest sports court and playground in the Baltic countries, you can find a skatepark and pump track in Tondiraba Park in Lasnamäe. You can find other smaller and larger playgrounds all over the city.