Einsiedlerpark is a small but nice neighborhood playground in Vienna´s 5th district Margareten, not far from the Margaretengürtel underground station and the bigger and better-known, Bruno Kreisky Park. After a 2018 summer of construction, it reopened in September 2018 featuring more ball sports courts and more contemporary playground equipment. This included swings, a climbing installation, slides, swinging animals, a sandpit and more. It´s home to Einsiedlerpark Familienbad in the summer, and the open spaces of the Familienbad area in the winter (though the pool remains closed), all of which are open to the public. You can find several of Vienna’s other attractions not far from the Einsiedlerpark, like the District Museum Margareten, the Tiroler Miniaturland, and Schubert’s Place of Death, while the 48er Tandler and Bacherpark are both just a short walk away, the latter boasting a terrific climbing installation.
ca. 7260 m²