On weekends this park is filled with children who come to enjoy its theatrical plays.
An old park for the young.
Very close to the Plaza de los Museos you'll find one of the top recreational spaces in the capital of Venezuela. It's Los Caobos Park, inaugurated in 1920 as Sucre Park, in honor of Venezuelan hero Antonio José de Sucre. Among its key attractions: a great variety of local trees, many more than a century old. Also, in the center of the park you'll find the Fountain of Venezuela, with human figures representing the different regions of this Caribbean country. The park draws young people who come to practice sports as well as younger ones who come for the children's theater productions every weekend.