Situated behind San Anton Palace and Gardens, the historical President’s Kitchen Garden is an impressive playpark with everything you need for a fun-packed activity with your little ones.
Multiple play areas suitable for a variety of age ranges
Serves food, hot & cold drinks. Accepts card payments.
Ramp access to most areas and a wheelchair stairlift.
There are a variety of open areas to run around in.
Gated at main entrance with a security guard.
Dogs to be kept on lead at all times.
No designated picnic areas, but plenty of tables.
Street parking available, but can get busy.
|Bonuses||Outdoor gym, small farm with animals, vegetable patch, duck pond.|
Behind the baby park, you will find another play area for slightly older children which includes tunnels, light up flooring, small trampolines and climbing frames. There are also solar-powered smart benches where you can charge your phone. Fancy!
The whole park gives you a real feeling of health and sustainability, with an outdoor gym, solar panels, and vegetable patches. It even has an animal area with donkeys, ponies, goats, emus, llamas and more.
At the back of the park you will find a small sensory garden and duck pond for a more chilled out vibe, and behind the cafeteria you will find yet another park area with swings, more animals and the outdoor gym.
The café is large with plenty of seating, and while the menu doesn’t entirely reflect the healthy vibe of the rest of the park, there is plenty to choose from and they sell Ella’s kitchen pouches for an on-the-go snack. All proceeds from the café go to the Malta Community Chest Fund which is awesome, and a great excuse to buy more cake.
The President’s Kitchen Garden is hands-down one of my favourite parks in Malta, mostly because there is so much to do, but also because it’s a safe space where the parents actually get to relax a bit for a change…and eat an obscene amount of cake. It’s for charity, okay?