Tree house fun at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
3 September 2009
Waiting for connecting flights at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is more fun than ever. Young travellers can get rid of their energy in the new Kids Forest in the middle of the airport. There are real tree houses, slides, climbing frames, and all sorts of play items.
Something fun for everyone
In the centre of the Kids Forest is a big tree house, where children between 3 and 9 can safely play. At the ‘forest edge’, an area will soon be opened which will have video games for children between 9 and 11 years. Even big children like parents can hang out here.
Amsterdam Airport Schiphol is the first airport in the world to have a play paradise, where children can get rid of some of that energy and settle down for their next flight. The airport works together with parents and children in meeting their wishes for a healthy entertainment in a fun environment while waiting for connecting flights. The Kids Forest is free of charge for all travellers.
After passing through the passport control, the Kids Forest can be found at Holland Boulevard, between Gates E and F, next to the Schiphol BabyCare Lounge.