'Luckey Climbers' is a Modern Jungle Gym for Kids in Korea

By: Megan Facciuolo - Published: Apr 1, 2014 • References: luckeyclimbers & mymodernmet
When you picture a jungle gym, monkey-bars and slides usually come to mind, but in Korea, a tower-like structure might. 'Luckey Climbers' are three-dimensional structures that are designed to encourage physical activity of young children. It may also conquer their fear of heights, because this playground set-up is ginormous!

The tower is made of colorful plastic platforms that are suspended by steel pipes and cables. It may appear unsafe because of its height but it there is no fall greater than 18 inches; it's specially designed to limit standing with its surrounded netting.

This structure is located at Gyeonggi Children's Museum in South Korea. It is tallest jungle gym that the company has built at 54 feet and 4 inches. Stats for Modernized Jungle Gym Towers Trending: Older & Average
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