Burgers’ Zoo builds new playground next to Park Restaurant!
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Burgers’ Zoo builds new playground next to Park Restaurant!

Monday, 29 October 2018
Burgers’ Zoo builds new playground next to Park Restaurant!

After years of loyal service, we have unfortunately had to conclude that the current outdoor playground located next to the Park Restaurant is in need of replacement. On Monday 29 October 2018 we will start the demolition of the existing playground and the construction of the new playground. The attached artist's impression demonstrates what the new playground will look like.

The new outdoor playground is scheduled to be completed on Monday 17 December 2018. This means there will be no outdoor playground next to the Park Restaurant between 29 October and 17 December. Visitors with children are of course very welcome in our indoor Kids Jungle on the other side of the Park Restaurant. The second outdoor playground, the Klimtuin (climbing garden), which is located between the Bush and the yellow-cheeked gibbons, will, of course, remain open to our younger visitors.

We are excited to see the new playground complete and hope that you will come and test it as soon as it is ready. We apologise for any inconvenience the construction work might cause and thank you for your understanding that it is necessary to realise this new adventurous project!

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