British Garden at Hanover Square

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Hanover Square & Pearl Street, New York, NY, USA

British Garden at Hanover Square New York Reviews

Glynnes Glynnes
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The British Memorial Garden in Manhattan Jan 22, 2012
The British Garden at Hanover Square was created to honor the British victims of the World Trade Center 9/11 disaster. The Garden is located in the Financial District neighborhood of New York City. When the flowers are blooming in the spring and summer, the Garden makes for a nice place to enjoy lunch, read or de-stress after a day of sightseeing in and around the city. In addition, the garden offers free internet connection.

Please feel free to visit The British Garden at Hanover Square's website (http://www.britishgarden.org) to read more information.

The British Garden at Hanover Square, Hanover Square and Pearl Street, New York, NY 10005

Train: 2 or 3 Train to Wall Street, or N or R Train to Whitehall Street/South Ferry, or J or Z Train to Broad Street

Website: http://www.britishgarden.org
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spocklogic says:
I am ambivalent about a place or memorial to honor specific nationalities that were victims for something like 9/11. Just my opinion...
Posted on: Jan 23, 2012
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