Parque De Las Esculturas, Santiago

Categories: Nature & Parks
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4.1/5 based on 550+ reviews on the web
Stretching along the banks of the Mapocho River and overlooking the Andes, Parque De Las Esculturas boasts a diverse collection including works of renowned Chilean artists and plants from different regions. Established in 1986, this open-air museum was first graced by the award-winning sculpture "Pachamama" (Mother Earth), by Marta Colvin. Walk or bike to the Federico Assler sculpture "Oda al río" (Ode to the River) for views across the water. At the exhibition hall, which opened in 1989, you can see shows of young national talents. The park also hosts a summer jazz festival. Using our world travel planner, Santiago attractions like Parque De Las Esculturas can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • It is a small park that can go move to sit a moment on the grass and watch the Mapocho River. It is in the middle of the city and there is shade to cool off. Not is to pass all the afternoon, but a short time, since not there is much that do.
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  • Went there for a few minutes last week and thought the park was pretty cool but nothing really special. There are a few various nice structures out there, but only go there if you have seen the rest i...  read more »
  • Green Park with extensive exhibition of sculptures. Pleasant for strolling, especially in spring, with good views of the mountain range and the Mapocho River.
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