Burnham Park, Baguio

Currently Open [Closes at 07:00 pm]
  • Address: Legarda-Burnham-Kisad, Baguio, 2600 Benguet, Philippines
  • Timings: 09:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Garden, Park, Play Ground, Leisure, Family And Kids, Tower, Picnic Spot, Nature
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About Burnham Park, Baguio

Burnham Park is a modern oasis spanning 33 hectares that is Baguio citizen’s escape from the chaos of the city. Named after Daniel Burnham who laid the plans for the city, Burnham Park is a paradise in its own right. There are a number of activities for kids and families and the park is alive with activity at all times.

There is a children’s playground, a skating rink, rose garden, an orchidarium, a picnic area and a peace tower too. The park is spread around a lagoon where people like to take leisurely boat rides. Bicycling is another fun activity that can be enjoyed at the park.

Burnham Park Ticket Prices

  • You can ride the Swan Boat (with pedal) for PHP60 (off season) plus an additional PHP25 if you need someone to pedal it for you.
  • You can also rent a boat which is advisable if you’re a group. PHP100 per hour. Plus an additional PHP25 if you want a rower.

How To reach Burnham Park by Public Transport

  • Bus Stop: Amianan Stop
  • Athletic Bowl Bus
  • Jeepney: Acupan Balatoc Jeepney Station

Restaurants Near Burnham Park

  • Tara Lets Eat
  • Beggang
  • Rosebowl Steakhouse
  • Cafe Will
  • Bayleaf Restaurant

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Burnham Park, Baguio Reviews

  • The park is really crowded and every event for Baguio leaves a massive pile of trash every where. We all ask for everybody to not act like idiots that do not know how to read signs, place everything to where they are suppose to be and to not disturb the environment that maintains peace to people from Baguio. If you do visit the place.. it is cold except summer times, that's why people wear JEANS PEOPLE and do not complain about being looked at that you are out of place because the culture in Baguio is different from where you are from. Safety check: always observe your surroundings, a lot of snatchers, pick pockets and gangs are around that might catch you as a prey for they're activities. Please be careful and never ever leave your brain on where your mouth is. Enjoy Baguio and please (PLEASE) Use your brains to good use. Stay safe and! Take care

  • This is the iconic Baguio park right at the center of the city. Named after Daniel Burnham who planned the cities of Baguio and Manila as well as numerous structures in Chicago, Detroit, D.C., etc. The park has no shortage of tables for the public to use. It also has a number of toilets around the park although you will be charged albeit minimally for using them. The place could get crowded at times. So if you plan to jog here, you might wanna plan when.

  • If you feel like boating, there is a man made lake here, they also offer bike rentals... A nice park, you can go here early in the morning to jog and have sumba. The scenery and ambiance is quite good too.

  • Usually well-maintained (except when tourists decide to ruin the place). Has accessible comfort rooms and beautiful scenery. There are also fun things to do at the skating rink or biking around. Plants are available for viewing (but mostly for purchase) at the orchidarium.

  • Great place to spend some time with family, friends, and lover especially in the summer. You can get a boat ride for an affordable price. Sometimes it just gets too jam-packed with tourists so you wouldn't really enjoy getting a bike ride. Take time to taste some Strawberry-flavored "Taho" and "Sorbetes" from local vendors around the area.

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