The Friends of Friendship Park is a non-partisan, grassroots coalition of individuals and organizations advocating for increased public access to the historic meeting place on the US-Mexico border.  For more information contact:

info@friendshippark.org

Many thanks to our fiscal sponsor: 

c/o Via International / 1955 Julian Avenue, San Diego CA 92113 / EIN: 95-2961670

Visiting from the Mexican Side

Access to Friendship Park in Mexico is not obstructed in any way and is accessible 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

If your goal is to meet family or friends from the US through the fence, binational visiting hours are restricted on the US side to Saturdays and Sundays from 10am - 2pm so be sure to plan ahead.

Nothing can be passed through the fence. This is a customs violation and includes food, money, gifts, and notes.

To arrive at the Park on the Mexican side, travel (or ask a taxi driver to take you) to Tijuana's famous lighthouse ("El Faro") in Playas de Tijuana.  There you will find the border fence wrapped around the northern side of the historic monument, which marks the spot of the binational meeting place.  Twenty meters to the east you will find the Binational Friendship Garden.