Surrounding the park is an iron fence with ornate gates. The park itself contains and assortment of greenery, statues and busts. Central to the park is the Temple of Music, a pavilion that serves as a band-stand on Sundays. As with all parks, not recommended after dark.
This small public park located in the northeast section of downtown San Jose is a nice spot to people watch, stop and relax, read a book, or lazily walk through while enjoying some of San Jose's daytime downtown sites.
Two of San Jose's most interesting parks with numerous fountains and lined with old Victorian architecture buildings. They were placed adjacently with each other.
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