Parque Quinta Normal, Santiago

(4.4/5 based on 850+ reviews on the web)
Home to four museums and countless species of trees, Parque Quinta Normal mixes culture and nature effortlessly. Commonly described as the capital city’s most beautiful park, the area boasts 38 hectares (96 acres) of grassy spaces, tall trees, and a lagoon where you can rent a paddleboat to explore further. Notice all the different kinds of trees like Monterey pine, Douglas fir, Sequoias, and Babylonian willows. The park and the museums within it are great places to bring the kids, especially the Museum of Science and Technology, and the Natural History Museum. With our world travel planner, Santiago attractions like Parque Quinta Normal can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • Good break in the middle of the city. Lately it is more clean and cozy, it has museums, fountains, green areas. A Sunday walk is good choice.
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  • Very nice Park, has several museums in free entry. It is easy to go, plenty of green to relax, play or whatever. There are several games for children, Lake with a few lanchitas. I liked very much, we walked pretty, enjoyable on a sunny day.
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  • It is a large park and feels trying to take care of it, there are museums and it must be nice to spend an afternoon in family or friends, however, I was not long. It is regrettable to see that people do not take care of public spaces, they leave everything full of garbage, seems that they do not see them there are trash cans. There is a small lagoon where you can walk in small boats, but the water is completely disgusting, da pena as there are ducks there. It would be a much more pleasant place if the people learn how to take care of the place. Advice: do not put posters in the Museum! The infrastructure is precious and those canvases hanging ruin it. Okay to advertise events, but they do not hang from the walls, ruining entire view and the preciousness of the buildings.
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  • A park worthy of a good long stroll along its wide paths. Buskers do their thing plus there are activities for the kids, face painting, vendors etc... depending on which day you are there.
  • Definitely the most beautiful park in Santiago.
  • Nice, quiet park near the bus station.
  • I really liked it
  • Park ideal for family tour. Museums, Park, activities...
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