The Breton Playground was opened in 1998 in the town of Argol, a village of 833 inhabitants located at the gates of the Crozon Peninsula.
The park of the Breton Games is located in the renovated old orchard of the presbytery. The visitors, aided by a facilitator, can discover and play about fifteen traditional games installed under a courtyard: Galoche on logs, circles, ball in the hole, pass-balls, paddles on board, Birinic, etc. The rules are displayed near each game. The entrance to the park is free of charge. The place is suitable for both small and large. The playground attracts all types of visitors: families, hikers, people with disabilities, but also many schools, which allows young generations to be introduced to this Breton heritage.
The park opens approximately to the same hours as the museum: April (from the holidays), May, June, September: Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday from 14:00 to 18:00/July & August: daily from 14:00 to 18:30/Toussaint: Inquire. Price: Free.