Parque Benito Juarez, San Miguel de Allende

(4.5/5 based on 340+ reviews on the web)
Stroll through Parque Benito Juarez, a tranquil green lung of San Miguel. Established in 1904, the park features narrow, tree-lined pathways with ample shade. Rest on a bench, people-watch, and take in the lively atmosphere of the park. On some days, the park houses a market where you can browse and purchase colorful flowers, art pieces, and local delicacies. To visit Parque Benito Juarez on your trip to San Miguel de Allende, use our San Miguel de Allende vacation route planner.
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  • Interesting to see a local park with activities for local residents in San Miguel. We saw a youth basketball game after dark and families in a playground. Nothing so spectacular about the park other t...  more »
  • Parque Juárez is the Mall, note the capital letter! It is a beautiful, original and very wooded park, which is already almost in the center of San Miguel, but out of reach of the herds of tourists of the blow-out. It is a great place to walk and talk, or visit some of the excellent hotels and restaurants that surround it.
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  • We stumbled into the park by accident while out walking one day and were so happy we did. There was an art show going on, which it sounds like happens frequently, and many other vendors selling anythi...  more »
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  • This park is not only beautiful but peaceful and very local. unlike the Jardin principal where the goal is to connect, this park offers a very peaceful escape from the bustling city all around. Benches under the shade of trees to sit and read or just enjoy nature. A place for children to play and a center basketball court where the games are always happening. On the weekends you can stroll and see local artists displaying their work and it is a place all to many visitors don´t get to. It's right in town. Head over and enjoy some quiet time.
  • Lots of families visit here. The gardens are well kept and play equipment is in good condition. There are signs that indicate the appropriate age for children to use it. There is some seating available for parents who are supervising children. Vendors have candy and snacks for sale as well as toys, balloons, and bubbles. There are public restrooms near the play area for a small fee. We spent almost an hour playing here at the park, especially on the swings and slides.
  • Beautifully maintained, clean. Takes about 30 min to 1hr to do a casual stroll of the park. Many benches to chill out for a bit.
  • A nice, green park; good place for a pit stop. Childrens' playground, exercise machines, winding pathways, bathrooms (5 pesos). Snacks, water, juice and soda sold by ladies near the Aldama street entance. About 5 blocks from the main plaza.
  • Nice playground for kids. You can enjoy Mexican gardens, food and local people.