- Butterfly Garden
- Chase Promenade
- Children's Park
- East Lawn
- Ginsburg Family Great Lawn
- Hart Boulevard
- Jane's Lane
- Moody Plaza
- Muse Family Performance Pavilion
- My Best Friend's Park
- Nancy Collins Fisher Pavilion
- Reading and Game Room
- Botanical Garden
- The Grove
- The Porch
Amenities & Misc.
Keep an eye out for butterflies and enjoy the seasonal bloomage.
This walkway spans the entire Park, offering visitors a scenic route from St. Paul Street to Pearl Street.
An imaginative place with interactive fountains, playgrounds, a storytelling tree and a kid-size amphitheater, the Children’s Park has fun, educational programming from all over the city.
The East Lawn is home to the putting green and serves as a secondary location for Park events and recreational activities.
Ginsburg Family Great Lawn
The central hub of programming and a passive space to relax and enjoy the surroundings, you can bring a picnic or a book to enjoy the space on a nice day. Or you can attend a yoga class, a movie screening or a performance in the pavilion.
A pair of pedestrian plazas mark the Arts District to the south and Uptown to the north. This walkway is lined with water features, as well as ample seating and lighting for day and night.
A 25-foot wide allée of Red Oaks, this granite pathway open for jogging or strolling is lined with soft lighting and wood benches.
The main entry into the park and gateway to the adjacent Arts District, this area connects visitors to the main amenities. There is splashing water and space for performers.
Muse Family Performance Pavilion
This venue hosts a variety of performance groups throughout the year. Concerts, theater and dance take place on the stage with audiences spread out across the Great Lawn. When there isn’t a performance, it offers the Park a shady spot under which visitors can pull up a chair.
My Best Friend's Park
A fenced environment where off-leash dogs can safely play and socialize, with fountains in which to cool down on a warm day.
Nancy Collins Fisher Pavilion
This pavilion is home to a food kiosk where you can grab a snack to enjoy in the park.
Reading and Game Room
Grab a spot in the shade and a book or magazine from our lending library (thanks to Lucky Dog Books for keeping our shelves stocked) and take a break from the hustle and bustle of the city. Have a seat at a chess or checkers board or check out another free game from the game cart – game carts are open daily. The Reading & Games Room also hosts have musicians, speakers, workshops as well.
One of the quieter areas in the Park, decomposed granite walkways allow Park users to peruse the native plant species. The flowers change seasonally.
A 25-foot wide path filled with activities including petanque (French bocci ball), ping pong and foosball.
CBS 11 Food Truck Lane (West)
- Pedestrian Entry
- Handicapped Entry
- Bike Rack
- M-Line Trolley
- Emergency Phone
- Family Restrooms
- Drinking Fountain