This Park was born in 1952 as an annex to the Natural Science Museum. It is the first Zoo-Botanical garden which breeds and exhibits native Argentine species with special interest on Pampas and Mesopotamia regions.
The particular aspect of it is that dedicates itself to “minor fauna”, that is, common species but not very well known by the public. Some of the species found here are: rapacious birds, ducks, flamingoes, etc., wild cats, reptiles, foxes and amphibians. The Park is populated by native argentine species like old jacarandas, “tipas”, “palos Borrachos”, “umbues”, timboes, ”lapachos”, ceibos, espinillos and a great many country bushes from different regions of the country.
Location: Zerboni Street opposite the Old Bridge.