Please provide evidence in support of this statement.
An opinion poll? A legal judgement? Anything?
What I believe @Towered was getting at; and he'll correct me if I'm wrong..............is that he has kids, and would gladly take them to such a place.
The only attraction from the original children's village playground that I can't see being reborn at the moment would be the ball pit. As those are on outs at the moment.
Virtually everything else could be replicated in one way or another; though perhaps w/some tweaks.
unfortunately in this world now there are the helicopter parents who have to be on top of their child at all times and quite frankly I don't see something like the old children's playground going over well with that crowd. If you look at any playground that has been built in the last few years and you compare it to ones when we were kids or even ones that were built 20 years ago you can see what concerns there would be about building something like the one that was there before.You're correct! I would be overjoyed in fact to take the kids to a new version of the classic Children's Village at Ontario Place, which I spent many hours at myself as a child in the 80's. It was ridiculously fun, producing many of my fondest memories of youth, and it makes me sad that there's nothing equivalent to that experience today. I don't know why EastYorkTTCFan keeps assuming such wants are born out of simple, blind nostalgia - they're not. There were a number of aspects I remember clearly that I wouldn't advocate replicating today. With the right imagination and committment, there's no reason we can't build an entirely new CV that's 10 times as great as the original. I fail to see why that is so difficult to understand.