With so many things to see nearby, you're very likely to spend a few time in the park alleys, among the olive trees. If you have children, they'll be able to play there, use the merrygoround or eat a waffle.
For a long time, the Nice Jazz festival took place here. That's why the park alleys are named after famous jazzmen.
The park isn't huge, but large enough for a nice walk after the visit of a museum.
It is distinct from the Monastery's garden which is also open to the public and located next to the monastery, a few steps away from the Arena park.
It is fairly easy to park nearby if there is no special event in the park.