Get messy, climb, create a superhero lair, try indoor arts and crafts and junk modelling, paint masterpieces, collect minibeasts, play sports and games or simply read a book and chill out
Three Corners has been invaded by one giant robot who’s got a sneaky trick up his sleeve. Will he defeat you or will you be assimilated and forced to join his robot force? Perhaps you can escape by climbing across a net or swinging out of danger. And if you need somewhere to hide out, our wonky house makes a good den.
But it’s not all about keeping the planet safe from the robot invasion at Three Corners. There’s so much more to do. We have a floodlit 3G football pitch where you can kick a ball about, endless games and creative activities, and a fire pit area where adventurers can sit, cook and tell stories.
Play is free for six to thirteen-year-olds and supervised by our Awesome playworkers – all you have to do is register and have fun.
No treasure found but drop back soon as the pirates are looking
“It gives me the opportunity to meet new children and learn new things. I particularly enjoy biscuit decorating and other artsy activities because Maureen always helps out.”
Tuesday to Friday: 3:30- 6:30 pm
Saturday: 11.30am – 4:00pm
Family play sessions: Saturday 11:30am-1:30 pm (Term Time only)
Please contact the playground for more information
Sunday and Monday closed for private hire
Monday to Friday:
Session 1 – 10:30-13:30
Stay and Eat- 1:30-2:30pm
Session 2 – 2:30-17:30pm
Tel: 0207 833 0020
Address: Northampton Road EC1R 0HU
Where is it: In the south of the borough, off Rosebery Avenue
Nearest tube: Angel and Faringdon
Nearest bus route: 19
Meet the awesome playworkers at Three Corners Adventure Playground
Playworker Adventure Playground Manager & Designated Safeguarding Lead
The Iron Giant
Three Corners hasn’t always been battling a robot invasion. In 1975, a play hut was set up in Spa Fields and play leaders were employed by the Greater London Council to encourage children to make greater use of the surrounding park. As time passed playground structures were built by play leaders and children and the site became an adventure playground. The children noticed the large site had three points and named it ‘Three Corners’. The playground has continued to be funded by Islington Council who, under the guidance and watchful eye of our adventurers, redesigned and rebuilt it in 2012.
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