Reminds me of the Luneta days when I was a child. Its like a smaller version of Intramuros and Fort Santiago.
They have canyons still intact from the war days. A small manicured park inside it too. There is a museum which features mostly news and old drawings/posters of the place.
For a small fee of P30-50 you its worth a visit.
I suggest that you visit this after the Sto. Nino and Magellans Cross, it is just a walking distance believe me. A block away from Magellans Cross you can see the Plaza Independencia, where its already visible from street.
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