There are several between the Scientific Center and the Marina Crescent but the two I liked the most are the ones almost directly across from the Amro bin al Ass Street (where the American University of Kuwait and the Kuwait Palace Hotel are located).
There is a lovely fountain and water installation and just a few meters down is a little playground with climbing structure, slides and a climbing wall. There were swings there but they've been removed (not doubt vandalized). Keep walking toward the Scientific Center and you will find a lovely little tree-lined pathway with a 'creek' - my girls absolutely adored it and crossed back and forth on the stones and wanted to 'fish' in it.
A little further down is another play area with a baby swing, exercise bars and a spinning triangle climbing thing (anyone know what to call this?). The kids loved it as they can climb up and then are pushed like on a merry-go-round. The baby swing is not meant for babies but would be suitable for toddlers. Both play areas were clean and well maintained (not counting the missing swings).
Since there are only a few more weeks left of comfortable weather before the summer begins, I suggest letting the kids spend as much time outside as possible. Check out our full list of great parks & playgrounds in Kuwait to plan your next adventure.
To find it, you have to park at the Scientific Center and walk toward Marina Crescent for about 2km or you have to park just past the Amro bin al Assa Street red light (where they are building the new Prime and Toast) and walk back.
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(Thanks to Veronika and family for the excursion!)