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Wyndham Garden San Jose Escazu

  • San Rafael Escazu
  • West side of Play & EPA Store, San Jose, 2388-1000 CR
  • +50 64 0319999
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Things To Do Near Wyndham Garden San José Escazú

The following lists provide an overview of attractions and destinations close to this San José Escazú hotel.


Arts & Cultural

Costa Rica Art Museum (Museo de Arte Costarricense)
Located in La Sábana Metropolitan Park, visitors to this museum can view drawings, engravings, paintings, sculptures and photographs from the 19th century to present day, as well as the beautiful Salon Dorado (Golden Room), with its impressive mural representing Costa Rican history from pre-Columbian times to 1940.

Costa Rica Children's Museum (Museo de los Niños Costa Rica)
Children and adults alike will relish the multiple opportunities to have fun while enjoying interactive learning on such diverse topics as the universe and nature, coffee and music, and the earthquake simulator is a must-experience.

Costa Rica Jade Museum (Museo de Jade Costa Rica)
With an impressive pre-Columbian collection of American jade and a wide variety of archeological artifacts made out of ceramic, bone, wood, shell and stone, the Museum also features art from renowned Costa Rican artists.

Costa Rica National Museum (Museo Nacional de Costa Rica)
Housed in the former Buena Vista Fort - a historically significant site during the 1948 Costa Rican revolution - the museum offers visitors unique insight into Costa Rican history and culture, including an exhibit of gold pieces that explains the spiritual significance for the indigenous peoples of Costa Rica.

National Theater of Costa Rica (Teatro Nacional de Costa Rica)
Considered the finest historic building in the capital and renowned for its exquisite interior and lavish furnishings, the national theatre of Costa Rica features high-caliber performances by the National Symphonic Orchestra and is both a tourist attraction and a source of pride for Costa Ricans.


Points of Interest

Arenal Volcano National Park
Home to the most active volcano in the country, nature enthusiasts will marvel at the rich, biologically diverse rainforest, and canopy and rappelling tours afford stunning aerial views of this 790 square-mile park.

Braulio Carrillo National Park
Situated just a short drive from San José, this 1,000-acre private reserve of virgin rainforest is one of the most biologically diverse parks in Costa Rica, and its rich canopy communities are home to two-thirds of all rainforest species.

Britt Coffee Tour
Coffee aficionados will not want to miss the opportunity to discover coffee's vital role in Costa Rican culture by visiting a working coffee farm and witnessing the journey of coffee from coffee fields and plantations, through to roasting, brewing and packing.

The Butterfly Farm
Located in La Guácima de Alajuela, visitors to this exquisite venue can see thousands of beautiful Costa Rican butterflies and learn about their natural history, mythology and symbolism.

Canopy San Lorenzo, Alajuela
The adventurous will not want to miss this tour, which affords breathtaking views of the life of this 500-acre forest while riding on one of the highest canopy tour rides in all of Costa Rica.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels (Basílica de Nuestra Señora de los ángeles)
Located in Cartago just a short drive from San José, this stunning, cupola-topped cathedral replete with stained-glass windows, ornate altar, floral motif-painted columns and walls, is home to Costa Rica's patron saint, La Negrita, or Virgen de los ángeles, and is the destination of the annual La Romeria pilgrimage, where thousands of Costa Ricans come to pay homage.

Downtown San José City Tour
No visit to San José would be complete without a city tour, where visitors can learn about the wonderful culture and history of this charming city, with stops at such attractions as the National Museum, the Pre-Columbian Gold Museum, the National Theater, La Sábana Metropolitan Park, Nobel Peace prize winner Oscar Arias Sanchez's home and much more.

La Paz Waterfall Gardens
As the most visited privately owned ecological attraction in Costa Rica, visitors can experience the surreal beauty of the lush tropical rainforest with its flowing white rivers, spectacular waterfalls and some of the best hiking in the country, and can get close to over 100 species of animals, including sloths, jaguars, monkeys, butterflies and more.

La Sábana Metropolitan Park
Affectionately referred to as "the lungs of San José" by Costa Ricans, this 72-hectare park is the country's largest and most important urban park and features recreation, several sports fields and ample green space as well as serving as the home of several important institutions and organizations, including Costa Rica's main electricity company, the Comptroller General, the Costa Rica Art Museum and more.

Manuel Antonio National Park
Located just south of Quepos on the Pacific coast and a short day trip from San José, this park offers pristine white sand beaches, lush forests, mangrove swamps, lagoons, 109 species of mammals, over 184 species of birds, as well as occasional dolphin and whale sightings.

Poás Volcano National Park
The adventurous will not want to miss this tour, which affords breathtaking views of the life of this 500-acre forest while riding on one of the highest canopy tour rides in all of Costa Rica.

Canopy San Lorenzo, Alajuela
As one of the world's most accessible volcanoes, Poás Volcano affords tourists the opportunity to get up close to a smoking crater and witness the extraordinary beauty of its aquamarine lagoon, with its breathtaking panoramic lookouts that teem with wildlife including toucans and hummingbirds.



Multiplaza Escazú
Costa Rica's largest shopping mall features 365 shops offering the latest fashions from all over the world with both national and international brands, a variety of restaurants and cafes, a supermarket, cinemas, and much more.

Plaza Colonial Escazú
Featuring beautiful colonial architecture and attractive green spaces, visitors to this multi-level shopping plaza will find a variety of shops, a small movie theater, restaurants, beauty salons and a host of services.


Sports & Entertainment

National Stadium of Costa Rica (Estadio Nacional de Costa Rica)
As the largest and most modern event venue in Costa Rica, this newly opened 35,000-seat state-of-the-art stadium hosts several sporting events including soccer, boxing matches and more, as well as concerts and special events.

Valle del Sol Golf Course
Featuring breath-taking views of Irazu, Barva and Poás volcanoes and surrounded by lush garden settings, golfers will enjoy challenging, yet fair conditions at this par 72, 18-hole golf course.


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