In the time of the pandemic kids they were the most affected in the home, since they could not go to their classrooms to learn and socialize with their classmates. Now, while there are still restrictions due to COVID-19, you can enjoy a little more freedom outdoors.
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In the next note, we will give you some names of safe places in Lima where the smallest of the house can be distracted, learn, play and enjoy a sunny vacation day.
1. Meritorious Civil Guard Park (Former La Pera Park)
The first park is Meritorious Civil Guardlocated in the district of San Isidro. On site, children can safely enjoy the climbing, slippery and swing sets, as much of the park has sand in case a child falls. This is ideal for children from 1 to 7 years old and if you want to attend a day where there are fewer people, it would be a Sunday at noon. Access is totally free.
2. Voices for Climate Ecological Park
The Voices for Climate Ecological Park is a space dedicated exclusively to environmental education with an emphasis on climate change and is the first park on environmental issues in South America. In the park they teach children in an interactive way five important themes: forests, mountains and water, oceans, energy and sustainable cities.
The park is located in Santiago de Surco, on Los Castillos Avenue, and access is completely free, but you must carry two plastic bottles. The days of care are Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm
3. Magic Circuit of the Waters
It is one of the busiest parks in Lima and is located in the district of Fence of Lima (Jr. Mother of God). To better appreciate the spectacular water jets, adults and children attend at night, as the colored lights are displayed in each of the pools located at different points in the park. It is ideal to bring another change of clothes, because, most likely, the children will come out soaked.
Business hours are Monday through Sunday from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. The multimedia show goes at the following times: 07:10 p.m. m, 07:50 p.m. m, 08:30 p.m. m and 09:10 pm Likewise, the price of general admission is 4.00 soleschildren under 5 years of age do not pay admission by presenting a physical DNI and people with disabilities have 50% of the general admission, presenting a CONADIS card.
4. El Olivar Park
The fourth option is El Olivar, located in the district of San Isidro. The park takes that name because it is made up of more than a thousand olive trees, which were planted more than 200 years ago during the colonial period. Kids can ride their bikes, fly their kites, or have a picnic. It also has cultural centers such as the House of Culture, the Municipal Library and the Marina Núñez del Prado House Museum.
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