Linn Park Adventure Playground
About Linn Park Adventure Playground
Linn Park Adventure Playground is an indoor and outdoor play centre for children with additional support needs and their families.
We believe that play is fundamental to children's development and should be freely chosen and self-directed when possible. Our aim is to encourage every child's social, physical, intellectual, creative and emotional development through different types of play. To accomplish this we need both children and adults to attend.
We have a soft play area where children can move around freely and let off some steam, or they can enjoy some chill out time in our sensory room.
There is a range of toys suitable for free play, role play and to encourage fine motor skills and concentration. There is also a selection of musical instruments including a piano.
Structured indoor activities include circle games, Wii challenges, storytelling, drama and arts and crafts, including a pottery wheel.
The centre has accessible toilets and baby changing facilities. We also have a hoist that can be made available.
We have a wheelchair accessible swing and roundabout, as well as a slide, climbing frame, giant snakes and ladders, sand pit and secret garden.
There are programmed sports for children to join in, plus lots of space to play and relax and also enjoy a snack in our picnic area.
The centre has its own open air car park to the side of the building.
On weekdays, Linn Park is open to school groups only, while the member youth clubs run on Thursday and Friday evenings.
The centre is open to everyone on Saturdays and Sundays.
During school holidays, the centre is open to all children with additional support needs and their families.
Upcoming Events at Linn Park Adventure Playground
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The Glasgow Mela, Scotland's biggest multi-cultural festival of music, dance, arts and food, takes place on Sunday 24th June in Kelvingrove Park!
The essential Scottish musical returns to the King’s for the first time since 2010 in a brand-new production!
The Summer Nights at the Bandstand festival returns to Kelvingrove Park in July and August and includes performances from Van Morrison, Bryan Ferry, Pretenders and Jimmy Cliff!
On Saturday 14th July, Hampden will be home to the Scotland Vegan Festival, featuring over 100 stalls, demos, workshops and more!
Young children can join Play on Pedals for some pedal powered fun at the Riverside Museum during the Summer holidays!
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