Trip to Parque Bicentenario de la Infancia

A few weeks ago we went to the Parque de la Infancia in Recoleta, Santiago. If you’re wondering what makes this a ‘children’s park’ more than others, let me enlighten you… It’s basically a huge, outdoor playground. We came here on a public holiday. We often struggle with ideas of what to do when everything in Santiago shuts down. But…
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Trip to the Granjaventura petting farm

Last month we visited a petting farm and playground in Santiago called Granjaventura. If your kid likes animals or needs space to run around, I’d thoroughly recommend it. It’s based in La Reina district, about 10 minutes by car from Las Condes. The main attraction was of course the animals. We saw ponies, sheep, goats, donkeys, ducks… You can buy…
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Things to do with kids: The Santiago railway museum

A few weeks ago we visited the Museo Ferroviario (railway museum) in Santiago, Chile. Now, as a mother of a former trainspotting, Thomas the Tank Engine obsessive I thought we were over trains. But I guess the love of steam engines never really leaves the soul. I thought to share a few pics for any parents with kids as dedicated…
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Jurassic Park Land at Parque Padre Hurtado

Jurassic Park comes to Parque Padre Hurtado in La Reina from 14-29 July. A chance for kids (and big kids) to meet moving dinosaurs and interact with them. There is also a small petting farm alongside where children can feed animals including birds and rabbits. Cost – 5,000 CLP for children, 6,000 CLP for adults. For more information, see my…
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