The City of Children is reopening its doors, becoming a point of reference for children, disabled individuals, schools, and families in need. The park will feature new amenities like pathways, a new café, turtle ponds, and classic attractions such as a boat and train. The train is currently being renovated to be accessible for disabled individuals. The park’s management aims to integrate education into the community and cater to the specific needs of children, with a focus on vulnerable individuals. The shared management agreement ensures the park’s year-round operation and the provision of various activities. The city has carried out maintenance work to ensure the park’s safety and functionality. The park will be open from Tuesday to Friday from 10 am to 2 pm, on weekends until 3 pm, and closed on Mondays. Starting in March, the park will extend its opening hours until 7 pm. The entry fee will be symbolic, with discounted rates for disabled individuals and economically disadvantaged families. The park will also provide opportunities for employment, internships, and community engagement.
Palermo, la Città dei Ragazzi riapre le porte: tra le novità una caffetteria e i laghetti con le tartarughe