The intervention presents the requalification of public spaces in order to make them invite and establish a contemporary urban park, but with a heritage aptitude in the city center, with special emphasis on the social dimension and the memory of the place, popularly known as “Parque das Crianças”. All of this added to the ludic subject as an attraction to users, especially children, a public with a historical relationship with the place. The goal of the heritage intervention project, a public space dating from 1890, formally inaugurated in 1902 and listed by the municipality in 1991, was based on the particular circumstances of the place, in a rescue of the local affective memory in which emerge the relationships between public space, childhood and nostalgia. A spatial reading was established based on its different moments and historical contexts, without a hierarchy or ideal model in relation to the patina of the place's time but focusing on the symbolism of that space. In the search to communicate it in an urban complex able to potentiate the existing and, at the same time, preserve the memory of the past, enabling a flexible space that provides multiple appropriations and interactions, an organic floor pagination is proposed, enabling an exploratory path, complemented by modules of draining concrete plates of up to 90% of permeability. The path is formulated based on the Theory of Multiple Intelligences (1983), by Howard Gardner (1943-), as a guideline for the architectural design of the physical space, distributed throughout the park and sectored into seven interconnected pedagogical islands, in which there is equipment for cognitive activities and sensory stimuli, being they of Musical, Logical, Spatial, Interpersonal, Interpersonal and Sensory intelligence, Spatial, Interpersonal, Linguistic, Intrapersonal, and Motor intelligence, in a constructivist educational approach based on Jean Piaget's interactionism, making the path the direction of learning through the interaction between the individual and the architectural objects, planned so as to cognitively meet their respective themes, but maintaining coherence and sensitivity in dealing with the visual memory of the heritage space. Along the way, the user encounters contemplative landscaping, in synergy with heritage interventions that aim to enhance the place. The restoration of heritage elements was carried out with techniques that vary according to the damage suffered, duly classified, and mapped in the project, until validation in specific prospection. For lost elements, the concept of anastylosis was used, through metallic profiles that create an exercise of Gestalt of the element, as was the case of the "Statues of the Gods" Apollo and Neptune, of historical literary record in the place, but whose original sculptures had an unknown destination until then, the exercise of memory was created, a stimulus as an open-air heritage education laboratory. The park has historic eclectic buildings that have gained new uses and the interventions, beyond the restoration, aimed at the requalification through strategic occupations such as support for park administration and security, bike parking, cafes, and restaurants, uses suggested in the project to streamline the flow of people and bring back the population to this public space of unique characteristics in the city center.