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Tallinn Castle

Built for city of towers

Tallinn is Europe’s best maintained medieval town, and with its many castles, they wanted something to match the theme of the Estonian capital. What they got was a custom-made 10 meter Robinia castle from KOMPAN. The castle is the biggest KOMPAN Robinia castle in the world and a truly remarkable playground that fits perfectly into the city of towers. For everyone involved it was a great success seeing the castle come to life, as the size of it made it impossible to assemble the different elements inside the factory. Therefore, the big puzzle had to wait until the building process in Tallinn started.

We wanted to make something unique, something that has not been done before.

Merle Karro-Kalberg, Landscape Architect

A playground that wows both parents and children alike!

The wooden castle themed playground WOWs both parents and children with its huge size and many possibilities for hours of play. It has many different elements that make it possible for children of different ages to play on it.  The natural playground invites for dramatic play where young knights and princesses can invade the castle using the banister bar or climbing nets leading up to the tower. When they reach the very top, a tummy tickling ride down the big slide awaits! The castle challenge physical skills like cross coordination, balance, and spatial awareness. Social-emotional skills are also supported through play, like cooperation and language development. 

Joy of movement: motor skills, muscle, cardio and bone density
Joy of learning: curiosity, understanding of causal relationships and knowledge of the world
Joy of being together: teamwork, tolerance and sense of belonging
Joy of creating: co-creation and experimenting with materials

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