Parque de la Exposición, Cercado de Lima

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LIMA | Parque de la Exposición (Park of the Exhibition) is a large park in downtown Lima famed not just for its abundance of space to relax, but also for its cultural and entertainment facilities. The park was once the site of the south walls of the Walls of Lima, part of the city’s fortifications built in the 1680s. The walls were demolished in 1872, and the park, along with the Exhibition Palace (which now houses the Museum of Art Lima) were built.

The park features a neo-Renaissance design and contains several important pieces of infrastructure and services such as the aforementioned Museum of Art Lima, the Byzantine Pavilion, Moorish Pavilion, Japanese Gardens, and 4,500 seat amphitheatre. Whether you’re passing through on the way to the Museum of Art Lima, or simply looking for a place to relax and while away some time, the Parque de la Exposición is well worth visiting.

Parque de la Exposición

Avenue 28 de Julio
Cercado de Lima
Lima 15046
Peru

Telephone: +51 1 2005508
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Mon – Sun: All day

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