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Make your family to happy on this place.
Small gardens and holiday festivals make Bleecker Playground a meeting place for families and friends all year round.
Sunday, May 19 Fine Art & Designer Crafts on Bleecker will present Magician Extrodinaire, Kent Axell, performing starting at 10AM.
Since using this place as a child now it looks even better and is a great place for people to sit and relax or play chess. But be warned high turist traffic bc of the cup cakes @ magnolia!
Reasonable bathrooms. Sandbox is big, fun, and filthy (dirtiest park around). Two climbing structures, sprinklers. #gobabygo
Celebrity playground = kids w weird names.
The park next to the playground is closed for renovations until spring 2012.
Magnolia is way overrated. Leave it to the tourists!
kids only boo hoo, great park though
eat a magnolia cupcake on a park bench along with everyone else