Bjössaróló playground Borgarnes

Skúlagata 23, Borgarnes, Islandija

The playground was built by a local man named Björn Guðmundsson (Bjössi), not far from Edduveröld or the Settlement Centre. Bjössi was a carpenter, known for his idealist efforts on constructing things from recycled materials. At the playground there are for example swings, slides, an old boat, a castle and a lot more in a hollow enclosed by rocks not far from the sea.

The playground is entirely made from recycled wood that Bjössi picked up here and there. The playground was built in 1979 and it has been declared as a cultural heritage site.

There is a black beach is just a few steps away from the playground, that’s a perfect place for the kids to play too.

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Posted in 1-3 years, 3-6 years, 6-10 years, autumn, climber, cultural heritage, jungle gym, merry-go-round, no admission, outdoor, Playgrounds, pushchair, see saw, slide, spring, spring rider, summer, swing and walking paths

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