Playground Guide: Ġnien Madre Teresa in Pembroke

gnien madre teresa pembrokeTucked away behind St Michael’s School in Pembroke is a sweet, shaded little garden for kids of all ages.

Officially called Ġnien Madre Teresa ta’ Kalkutta, the playground seems to have been completed quite recently, based on the tip-top state of play equipment, padded flooring and benches.

Play EquipmentYes, both for young kids and older ones + wheelchair accessible swing.
CaféNone. Bring your own snacks!
Wheelchair AccessYes
Open SpaceNot much
SecureSurrounded by gate, but two entrances are not closed.
Dog FriendlyYes, on leash.
Picnic AreaNo tables, just benches.
Dedicated ParkingNo. Street parking available right outside the gate.
BonusesWheelchair accessible swing.
Public ToiletsNone.
The playground

The play equipment is split into three main areas:

pembroke accessible swings malta

  • The swings
  • The jungle gym for older kids
  • The jungle gym for tiny tots

It’s refreshing to see a wheelchair-accessible swing given its own space without being segregated in a corner!

The space

This would be an excellent spot in summer months. The park is north-facing and permanently shaded by overhanging trees. As a result, the space is cool and breezy.

There are plenty of benches throughout the length of the park, and entrances on either side.

Where to find Ġnien Madre Teresa:

For more playpark guides and things to do around Malta and Gozo, check out our Activities section. 

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