Paco Park Presents

Paco Park was originally used as a municipal cemetery for aristocratic Spanish families.

National hero Jose Rizal was interred here after his execution in 1896.

Today, Paco Park is a lovely public park and promenade for where one could relax along the park’s benches and private alcoves.

The beautiful Chapel of St. Pancratius is maintained by Vincentian fathers, the same order behind  Adamson University.

Paco Park is open from Wednesday to Sunday, 8am to 5pm. Admission is Php5.


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