Epik children’s playroom is the largest amusement park in Belgrade, Serbia. It consists of an area for adults and teenagers (Action-Adventure Park) and playroom for kids up to 10 years of age. Covering more than 2000 square meters with never-before-seen features in Serbia promises superb entertainment.
EPIK Amusement Park
011 424 0911
011 424 0912
069 55 88 158
for birthday celebrations
Working hours:

10:00 - 22:00

TC Zemun park
Laser tag
Jump arena
Ninja adventure trail
Mini golf
Arcade machines
and for children up to 10 years
Playroom with baby corner
Vulkan 360°
The largest 3D maze
Football, basketball
Creative City...


The largest playroom in Belgrade

EPIK amusement park was opened as part of Zemun Park, and it consists the largest playgrounds in Serbia and Action-Adventure park, part for the teenagers and older, the first park of its kind in the Balkans

From 12 to 70 years:

- laser tag arena
- anti stress trampoline park
- Jump Arena with a foam pit for the first time in the Balkans
- ninja adventure trail
- Mini golf


Up to 12 years:

- Volcano 360 degrees
- 3D maze - the largest in Serbia
- slide boat
- Creative City
- mini trampolines
- football
- basketball....

The biggest playground in Belgrade

Epik is a place of entertainment for the whole family! On over 2000 m2 is the biggest children's playroom and action-adventure park in Serbia!

Birthday Celebration

Kids section, contains a playroom, a large 3D maze, creative workshops, trampolines and unique volcano slide of 360 degrees, with separate spaces for children's birthday celebrations.

The second part - action-adventure park zone for teenagers and adults, includes jump arena (arena with a unique trampoline with over 20 points and a diving pool and platforms for jumping on them and the walking wall), then the golf course, and laser tag (laser arena) and finally, the greatest adventure trail (over 100m adventure trail with facilities such as a game without borders, with a special attraction stunt pool).

EPIK entertainment center in Belgrade, Serbia.