More of an ecological preserve than a historical park, this was a lovely way to spend a couple of hours in the city. There is no charge for admission, and we heard there would be english speaking guides, but none were available when we were there. The park is very well maintained and extremely clean, and appeared to be handicapped accessible. The signs describing the flora and fauna are in english and spanish. Following the map and reading the signs, we had no difficulty on the nature trail. We would have appreciated more signs describing the history of some of the buildings, but all the signs were in spanish, and while the building guides were extremely friendly, they spoke only spanish. They had period costumes on, and I would have liked to know a bit more about what they represented.