THE ZWEIBRÜCKEN TOWERS
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Play the bells of Karlskirche or jump around in the garden of roses at the Zweibrücken Towers playground.
The Zweibrücken Towers is a charming playground with a historic atmosphere. It is a great example of how a miniature version of a city's iconic architecture can create a fun and educational experience for the city's youngest citizens. Here, kids can play a game of tag in a setting, that helps educate them about important landmarks of the town, while also being a beautiful addition to the surrounding area.
The playground is inspired by two important buildings of Zweibrücken - The tower of Karlskirche and the tower of Tschifflik - the beautiful baroque house of the exiled Polish King Stanisław Leszczyński built at the start of the 18th century.
Another recurring theme of the playground is the red roses. Zweibrücken is known as the City of Roses because of the Rose Garden of Princess Hildegard of Bavaria, which grows more than 60,000 roses of 2,000 varieties. People travel from far and wide to visit the garden, and the roses on the playground are therefore a fun pointer to understanding the story of Zweibrücken.
The playground has two slides for kids of different ages. They are extra wide so there's room for everyone.
The tower has climbing grips on its walls so the kids can try and climb up to the window.
CLIMB UP THE TALLEST TOWER
The playground has many great details such as the big clock, which the kids can set themselves and play with time. Or they can play the bells in the tower of Karlskirche.
A suspension bridge connects the two towers and creates several ways to enter them.
The playgrounds consist of two play levels - one at ground-level and one up in the air. This creates a good flow and dynamic routes through the playground.
EXPLORE EVERY CORNER
The towers are beautifully constructed in wood in several levels with different ways to climb up and down inside.
There is a firefighter's pole for sliding down inside the tower.