Duration : 1 day
Entry Fee : Free
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This is the perfect place for art enthusiasts with abundant sculptures, paintings, earthworks, architectural renditions, and a lot more present spanning over an area of seven acres. What makes this place so special is the fact that it is located in San Diego’s oldest Mexican-American neighborhood, namely Logan Heights. It is mainly known for the Chicano Murals and over 80 paintings that depict the art of the yesteryears.
Young art enthusiasts look forward to the Chicano Park Day which is celebrated every year around 22 April, with varied themes and concepts springing to life. The people here also chime in together for the Aztec dance to celebrate. The Park is located beneath the San Diego-Coronado Bridge making it a one-of-a-kind way to preserve and restore the mural art. It is filled with Picnic Tables and scenic spots making it an ideal getaway for picnics and weekend hangouts. The gatherings in this place are worth a watch as they focus more on the socio-cultural changes they can bring about.