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Pick a time of day when the iguanas are out sunbathing, walk down the sidewalk on the left edge of the park, nearest the water and you will see TONS of iguanas. Make sure to get a picture of yourself with them.
Small enough that you might walk through it without realizing you are in a park; however, it is a very attractive area that includes a statue commemorating the queen's visit to Aruba, along with a small memorial to Anne Frank. Don't miss this spot, but also don't expect to spend more than a few minutes. On the opposite side of... 更多
Having been to Aruba many times and loving each time my husband and I come, we always make time to visit this park. This is not your conventional park with grass and swings, but a nice place to walk and sit and enjoy the views. It is located in the downtown area diagonally across from The Renascence Hotel. There is... 更多
it was a nice place to take a short walk after dinner,its close to the water and right next to the renaissance, we stop by here and watched a parade during carnival
Very nice grounds, open to the public, historical references here. Great spot to walk around, take sunset pics here, especially toward the back.
Well kept grassed area with trees and flower beds. There are a couple of statues, one of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands whom the park is named after and Anne Frank the little girl from Amsterdam who lost her life in a Nazi concentration camp and became famous through her diaries. There were quite a few iguanas wandering around on... 更多
pleasant well laid out ,and well kept park .Has statue in marble of queen Wilhelmina of Holland,also one of Anne Frank the girl who kept a diary during Nazi occupation and her life in Amsterdam during world war 2.A calming effect in the park.
I wouldn't really call this a park but it's well kept and nice for a picnic. There are lots of people jogging through this park and it's kinda connected to a concrete strip, where more joggers and people exercise. The statues are also nice but gaudy.