Agua Azul Park

Calz. Independencia Sur 973
Guadalajara, JA - Map It
(33) 3619-0328

AAA Editor Notes

Agua Azul Park (Parque Agua Azul) is at the southern end of downtown, adjacent to the intersection of calzadas Independencia Sur and González Gallo. This is the oldest of the city's parks. Trees, flowers, fountains and a man-made lake make it a popular spot for city residents and a pleasant place to while away an afternoon. On the grounds are an orchid house, an aviary and an outdoor amphitheater where band concerts take place. On the other side of Calzada González Gallo is Plaza Juárez, which has a monument encircled by the flags of other Latin American countries.
7 pesos; free (ages 0-11).
Hours: Daily 10-5:30.