We went with our 10y.o. son who is crazy about museums and we had a very nice day. The park has beautiful gardens, a lake, we met a old photographer who was walking around taking pictures of the children with his Llama (1000 pesos with your camera, 2000 pesos with his camera) and then we visited the Natural History Museum... 更多
I stayed in a hotel near this park and spent some time walking around here. The park is very large with lots of green space, trees, and even a pond where people can go paddle-boarding. There are museums with free admission inside the park. Lots of people and random dogs just hang out and relax here. There is a decent... 更多
It was very easy to get to the park since the Quinta Normal metro station is right by it. There are many trees providing shade in the park. There are also several museums in the park. I had visited the Museo Nacional de Historia Natural which is just inside the park near the entrance and is free to enter. I... 更多
Take the Metro here and have a relaxing few hours away from the streets of Santiago. Very popular with locals at weekends, great museums in the park should the weather turn wet
The park has great water play and a lake for families to enjoy. It was great just to walk around and take in the atmosphere. There's also a very basic snack shop.
Santiago has no lack of great park space, but Parque Quinta Normal might be one of the best. My husband and I walked around the park before and after our visit to the Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos which is right across the street. Several other museums ring the park, so you could make a whole day... 更多
A real treat for families with children. There is a small lake with peddle boats, a large variety of mature trees providing shade, the museum of NATURAL HISTORY (free entry) and a puzzle-water-fountain so kids can guess where the next up-stream will be.
Pleasant park with a splash pad, pond for paddle boats, playgrounds, amphitheatres, and wide walks. We went on a Sunday, and there were lots of vendors, face painting, art for the kids, and a number of buskers. Right beside the Quinte Normal Metro station.
after visiting one or two of the museums this is the place to relax and have a lunch picnic. People watching optional - best on a sunny day. recommended MeuterMedia
Discovered this park after visiting Museo de la Memoria y los Derechos Humanos. It is just over the road, and next to Quinta Normal metro station. Spend an hour strolling through this pleasant park.