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Surrounding area: Fredsborgsparken is located in Liljeholmen. It is just a one minute walk from the Årstadal tramway station. Several shops and restaurants are located around the Årstadal tramway station, as well as along Sjöviksvägen.

Age groups: The playground is most appropriate for preschool and middle school children.

Features: Fredsborgsparken, better known as Kanninparken (Bunny playground), has play statues in the form of rabbits designed by the artist Annika Oskarsson.
The playground features include:
  • A long curving water channel. (NOTE: the water is currently turned off)
  • Three very small play houses
  • A small brick structure to climb on
  • Several bunny statues
  • A small cement balance maze
  • A sandpit
  • A swing set with a bucket swing and a basket swing
  • Three trampolines
  • A carousel
  • A climbing frame
  • A large lawn
  • A basketball hoop, just outside of the playground
Accessibility: The playground has a basket swing but does not have other accessible equipment.

Safety: The playground has good visibility and is entirely fenced in.

Shade: There is some shade part of the day due to the buildings around the playground but it is mostly open.

Seating: There are many benches around the playground.

Picnic area: There are several picnic tables around the playground and two public grills.

Restroom and changing table: There is no restroom or changing table in the playground but you can find an automatic toilet at the intersection of Sjöviksvägen and Årstadalshamnen just a two minute walk away.

Strollers and bikes: There is no specific parking for strollers but space to move and park them inside the playground. There are bike racks along Sjöviksvägen.
Förmansvägen 52, 117 59 Stockholm
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