A play paradise in the middle of the Spreewald
A Spreewald kingdom opens behind the entrance gate of the same name in front of the old town of Lübbenau. The playground depicts typical aspects of the Spreewald and offers a rich area of activity for all age groups.
An underwater world lies behind the entrance gate with climbing fish for small children and a water play unit. The main feature of the playground is the net and fish trap paradise. High and low Spreewald houses are connected by a maze of tunnels, bridges, ropes and nets. This results in many play paths that symbolize the flow-like paths of the Spreewald. A stork sits in a nest on a roof, barrels for crawling through and hiding lie beneath the houses with a hammock between them for relaxing. Outside the play area there is a triple swing and a basket swing for small children near the underwater world. Besides the large play area, three themed playhouses, a linseed oil stall, gherkin stall and a large boat repair shop provide plenty ofspace for quiet role playing games and sensory games as well as space to sit and relax. The spacious playhouses are easily accessible for wheelchair users. Behind the play areas, large haystacks invite young people to climb and chill out. There is a fitness island and a Kneipp facility for adults.
The playground is an attractive place for locals and tourists, as a look at the press shows. During the season it is visited by around 300–400 children and adults every day. On the occasion of the Architecture Day in Brandenburg on June 28, 2020, the playground made it into the TOP 30 of the selected buildings.
The project was implemented according to a draft and in cooperation with the office Subatzus & Bringmann GbR from Großräschen.