Quezon Memorial Circle
On August 19, 1979, the remains of former President Manuel Quezon were reinterred at the memorial and by a virtue of presidential decree, it was declared a National Shrine.
If you've never visited Quezon City Circle, then you just have to. Its literally the CENTER of the city. That tall thing you see in the midle? That's the tombstone of Manuel Quezon (the guy they named the city after) and as far as I can remember, you can get in that building for free, but honestly…
Park workouts are always the best! There are tai chi, zumba and other group classes in the morning.
In this park is open to public, you can do walking, biking or running. there is available children park for the kids to play. You can rent a bicycle also. There are sometime event and exhibit that showcase plants.
A huge park with restaurants and a museum in the middle of a major rotunda. A good place to jog and people-watch. There's also a bazaar on some days.