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Parque de las Palomas — Park in San Juan, Puerto Rico

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  • 5Yamil F.

    1 year ago

    So the actual park is closed (Covid I guess) but there was someone selling bird food (grounded corn) and we had a blast! We had so much fun we came back to the park the following week. A must have for children!

  • 5Luis M.

    2 years ago

    Lots of birds you can feed and take nice pictures

  • 5Bryan Robles R.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) A fantastic and family experience.
    Una experiencia fantástica y familiar..

  • 5Frank C.

    3 years ago

    Really cool to see all of the pigeons and how they anxiously await food. If you are so bold as to buy the food from the street vendors. You may want to not involve your young ones. I saw a lady with her 3 yr old open the food bag. The birds immediately went and fought for the bag, and her son freaked out.

  • 5Abneris Bruno O.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) I always have to enter ♥ ️
    Siempre tengo que entrar♥️

  • 5omar s.

    2 years ago

    Unique spot in old San Juan and excellent view!! A must go!!

  • 5David D.

    2 years ago


  • 5Joel P.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Childhood memories
    Recuerdos de la niñez

  • 5Yolanda T.

    2 years ago

    fun place to be

  • 5J.

    2 years ago

    Seeds for a dollar for a unique experience. Birds everywhere and a genuinely beautiful park. Great place for photos.

  • 5Juan S.

    2 years ago

    Pigeons come right up to you. Kids love it

  • 5Rose R.

    2 years ago

    Great experience!! Loved it!!

  • 5c s.

    2 years ago

    Awesome place to relax

  • 5Raimundo I.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Good site. Family. You can feed the pigeons and it has a spectacular view.
    Buen sitio. Familiar. Puedes alimentar las palomas y tiene una vista espectacular.

  • 5Juan Carlos D.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) PR BABY

  • 5I.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) In old San Juan
    En el viejo San Juan

  • 5Tesia Millerfu run Ex c.

    1 year ago

    I think I lost count of the amount of food trucks around. If you love grab and go authentic Puerto Rican food the park has it all. There are benches to rest on and eat. There is also an area of the park to feed pigeons (best experience EVER!!!)

  • 5David Gustavo F.

    1 year ago

    Great place a definite great experience

  • 5Lisa R.

    1 year ago

    Loved that we were able to enjoy the pigeons even though the park was closed. One is able to take some beautiful pictures. The Capilla makes for a beautiful backdrop.

  • 5Michael B.

    1 year ago

    Nice spot to walk around and chill or eat

  • 5Nakisha A.

    1 year ago

    I love going to visit Puerto Rico 🇵🇷 can’t wait to return ….

  • 5B A.

    7 months ago

    My kids spent the longest time here. You can buy food for the birds and they come right up to you & eat out of your hand. There is a bar right next to the park so you can walk in & grab a drink while your kids run around feeding the birds. It was beautiful though. The views & gorgeous & you’re in the heart of San Juan

  • 5Susan G.

    5 months ago

    Bird seed makes all the difference. I have visited this park multiple times. On my most recent visit it was closed for fence painting. All the birds were in the street and we fed them with the provided bird seed. All my kids ages 1-10 loved feeding the birds.

  • 5R D.

    3 months ago

    This place is amazing! I been out from the island for 12 years and is incredible how they fight to re open it ! This is part of our culture ! Im glad that my kids were able to enjoy it too.

  • 5Catherine A.

    3 months ago

    Our family just happened to stumble upon this park and we’re so glad we did! The pigeons will swarm around visitors, with or without food. Just keep your arm out and with some patience there will be a couple pigeons landing on you within minutes. There are even some coffee shops, bars and restaurants right around the block.

  • 5Wiston M.

    5 months ago

    Amazing and relaxing place to enjoy a coffee, ice cream or a Lindbergh with a spectacular view of the shore, play with the pigeons and rest under the shadow of a beautiful tree.

  • 5De Tour Con A.

    4 months ago

    Love how they now have healthy bird food and not the regular corn or peas as sold before. $2 for a small paper bag.
    Great place for kids and photo shots. Great bay views as well.

  • 5Maimuna O.

    1 month ago

    My kids ( 4 yrs n 3yrs old) loved the park. They were chasing the pigeons. You can feed them. Expect the pigeons to be all over you..I was nervous but it was so much fun

  • 5Santhi M.

    2 months ago

    Fresh popsicle and you can really taste the ingredients. I had the coconut strawberry. You get to choose toppings for your popsicle but I decided to just have it as it is. A little expensive, about $5 but worth it as this is a unique experience.

  • 5Edna M.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Expetacular

  • 5Sigrid M.

    3 years ago

    It is a nice place where you can interact with the pigeons.

  • 5Rachelle C.

    2 years ago

    Free and fun place. You can purchase corn from a gentleman there for a few $ depending on the size. Small is $1. Usually spend a few minutes here. Do not stand under the tree!

  • 5Nathalie A.

    2 years ago

    Great for kids and family

  • 5s.

    2 years ago

    Beautiful place to enjoy in family.

  • 5Jane M.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) Beautiful place.!
    Hermoso lugar.!

  • 5Jovada M.

    1 year ago


  • 5Andy A.

    1 year ago

    Incredible views

  • 5Lillian S.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) Fun even though the park is closed
    Divertido aunque el parque esta cerrado

  • 5L.

    1 year ago

    It was really fun,there were LOTS of birds, if they peck you it doesn’t really hurt but the birds rarely peck you only if you have the corn in the hand(they give it to you in a bag) so you don’t have to worry about that and u can buy corn for the birds there , you don’t have to go far for it.

  • 5Juan A.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) Very good for children
    Police presence and a beautiful view
    Muy bueno para Los niños
    Presencia de policía y una vista hermosa

  • 5Armenian A.

    1 year ago

    Beautiful fun

  • 5Ann Jeannette O.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) We had a lot of fun
    Nos divertimos muchisimo

  • 5Nanette M.

    1 year ago

    Everytime I go to P.R I have to go there. Brings back so many childhood memories.

  • 5Josue M.

    2 years ago

    Every parent should bring their child here to play and feed the pigeons.

  • 5federico m.

    2 years ago


  • 5Carlos V.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Very interesting
    Muy interesante

  • 5Gabriel M.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Fun for kids and aduktos
    Divertido para los niños y aduktos

  • 5Annie G.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) Very funny
    Muy divertido

  • 5Thayza V.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Very good experience
    Muy buena experiencia

  • 4Chine G.

    2 years ago

    Beautiful place😍🙏☀

  • 4C R.

    3 years ago

    We make it a point to visit this site everytime we’re in PR because the children must chase the pigeons! It’s always a good time watching the birds and watching people scream, duck and dodge the birds! LOL! Along with the birds, there’s a great view of the ocean. You can see for miles!

  • 4Luis A.

    2 years ago

    It’s been years that I’ve been here but I had lots of fun, of course go hungry and thirsty because this place it’s surrounded with delicious restaurants, bars and places to visit for all your needs.

  • 4Jeff F.

    4 months ago

    I’m just going to come out snd say it, «I hate pigeons!», I think of them as rats with wings and I don’t want to have anything to do with them. If your like me AVOID THIS PARK! On the other hand, if you like pigeons your going to LOVE this park. Buy some veterinarian formulated bird seed (I’m not kidding, 14 grain, specially created for the pigeons) and place some in your open hand, within seconds you’ll be covered with birds, they’ll land on your arms, head, etc. You’ve been warned!

  • 4David S.

    2 years ago

    It was a hot day in San Juan, and the park was a nice, shady diversion from the tight streets within the old fort. I found the whole pigeon park area to be slightly gross but pretty interesting, but it is a separate area from the main park and easily avoided if too many pigeons​ in one small area isn’t your cuppa.
    I thought I might get yelled at by the police for jumping up trying to grab a seed pod off a tree to inspect it, but I ended up watching a slightly overweight cop jumping for seeds when I came down empty handed. My new friend…
    There are some lovely, cool shaded areas, and a number of amazing trees; well worth a visit when wandering the old city.

  • 4Jacky M.

    2 years ago

    Nice place

  • 4Juan Carlos G.

    4 years ago

    This is a «5 minutes» place to visit. Has a nice view of the ocean for a good picture and also many birds, that will make possible to take a picture with them. That’s all.

  • 4Donald F.

    2 years ago

    Historic area downtown Old San Juan
    Nice weather today . Local vendors, cobblestone streets next to old Spanish Forts. Took a $10.
    30 minute boat ride tour in harbor.
    Worth every penny. I can see the cruise boats come in walking Distance. Local foods everywhere.
    Great Day Trip

  • 4The R.

    2 years ago

    It’s a beautiful park.

  • 4LaShay L.

    4 years ago

    Very unique place. Has an amazing view that is great for pictures. The birds can be a bit overwhelming so I wouldn’t recommend no lingering for to long. But you can get some great photos while you’re there. The area is somewhat hidden which makes it even better. It’s also directly across from some really good eating spots. A must see if you’re visiting Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.

  • 4Michael R.

    3 years ago

    I had come here once as a small child,so this was a totally new exprience for me. The amount of pigeons…it looks like its a carpet of its amazing to see. You can feed them but it kind of creates a chaos,so its up to the person,as soon as they see food they come in flying.

  • 4Nery L.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) Very beautiful place.
    Muy bonito lugar.

  • 4Osqui C.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) A perfect place for children
    Un lugar perfecto para niños

  • 4irick c.

    2 years ago

    Great park. Be careful with bird popp. And bye some bird food. From $2. $3 $5

  • 3yvette v.

    1 year ago

    (Translated by Google) It is a pity that it is closed and people have to gather outside, I say that it was better open because that way people are not so attached to this pandemic
    Lastima q esta cerrado y la gente tiene q ajuntarse afuera,yo digo q era mejor abierto pq asi la gente no esta tan pegada cn esto d la pandemia

  • 3Cindy D.

    1 year ago

    Park was currently closed. A vendor will sell you corn for the pigeons and these are not scared at all by humans, all they want os the food 😆. Make sure to wash your hands once you’re done. Enjoy!

  • 2Nivia R.

    2 years ago

    (Translated by Google) Is closed
    Está cerrado

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    While Puerto Rico certainly has a lot to see and do, the capital city of San Juan should be a city you absolutely must visit on your first visit. A vibrant modern city with a long and fascinating history continues to delight people from all over the world with its combination of high culture and amazing nightlife.

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