Palisades Park is an iconic park that stretches over twenty-six acres along Ocean Avenue. This landmark park draws visitors from around the world with its gorgeous views of the Santa Monica Bay. The park has many features including benches, picnic areas, artworks and monuments, a rose garden, the Camera Obscura Art Lab, and more. Jump to Section:
Palisades Park 4.5 566 reviews #8 of 90 things to do in Santa Monica Parks Visit website Call Email Write a review About This lush, 25-acre park overlooking the Pacific is a wonderful place for walkers, bikers and people watchers, and connects with the broad Santa Monica beach made famous in TV's "Baywatch" episodes.
Palisades Park is a 26.4-acre (10.7 ha) park in Santa Monica, California. The park is located along a 1.6-mile (2.6 km) section of Ocean Avenue on top of an uplifted unconsolidated sedimentary coastal Quaternary terrace with exposed bluffs, offering views of both the Pacific Ocean and the coastal mountains. History
Visit Website City of Santa Monica Landmark; 26.4 acres; Camera Obscura Art Lab at 1450 Ocean; Amazing views of Santa Monica Bay; Arcadia Bandini de Baker bust; Beacon Overlook; Benches; Gestation III wood sculpture; Pergola; Pétanque Courts; Picnic areas; Santa Monica concrete sculpture; Restrooms; Rose garden; Totem Pole; Visitors Center Kiosk.
Palisades Park 4.5 (173 reviews) Unclaimed Parks Edit Closed 6:00 AM - 8:00 PM See hours See all 1.1k photos Write a review Add photo Location & Hours Santa Monica, CA 90401 Edit business info Consider Other Options Sponsored Rolling Robots - Irvine The most fun robotics, coding, and STEM camp in town!
Palisades Park was gifted to Santa Monica by city founders John Percival Jones and Arcadia Bandini de Baker in 1892. The narrow bluff top park that extended from Colorado Avenue to the northern city limit at Montana Avenue was known as Linda Vista Park until 1915.