Princess Antoinette Parc has re-opened both the multi-sport compound as well as the mini-golf course just in time for the last days of summer holidays.
The park has officially been open since 10th June, however some sections remained closed.
Now, the council has reopened the multi-sport grounds and the mini-golf course to the public, with a few health conscious twists in light of the epidemic and accompanying safety regulations.
The multi-sport grounds are free to use for the public. They are being cleaned daily using a high-pressure jet for extra precautions.
The 18 hole mini-golf course now allows players to play only with a 15 minute delay between groups. The clubs and balls are disinfected after each use and masks are compulsory. The number of players per “set” is limited to six.
The course is open from 10am to 7pm, Tuesdays to Sundays and the cost of play is €5, which must be paid in cash as cards are not accepted.
The playground equipment is disinfected daily, which has been accessible since earlier this summer, though parents are asked to use hydroalcoholic gel on children’s hands before and after use for an additional layer of protection.
The play park is suitable for children up to nine years of age.
Unfortunately, the birthday room is still closed until further notice.
Photo by Mairie de Monaco