Hasepark, Osnabrück, Germany

Are you looking for ideas for your inclusive playground? The big playscape in the Hasepark in Osnabrück is a perfect example of how to design an inclusive playscape. Various playground areas for toddlers, elementary school children, and teenagers allow users of different ages, both with and without impairments, to play together overcoming social barriers. The inclusive play structures were installed in such a way that there are no separate play areas, but rather contact situations are encouraged.

The combination of fall protection rubber and sand makes the playground barrier-free and offers the possibility to play in the sand at the same time. In the central area, the children can find a painting wall and a small house with different play panels that promote motor and auditory skills. Both the painting wall and the play panels are easily accessible with a wheelchair. There is also a bouncer and a nest swing with low access height on which many children with and without impairments can swing together.

The older children can climb over the spatial net to a little house at the top, from there they can reach a tree house via the net tunnel and then whiz down the curved tube slide. A colourful playhouse with a ramp and a slide for toddlers is not only a place of refuge, but also stimulates different senses, role play and social skills due to its play panel and counter.

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