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Meaningful reminder

While, in my opinion , the Garden of Remembrance does not constitute a,tourist attraction it is a... read more

Reviewed 18 November 2017
Dolores P
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White Plains, New York
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Say a quiet prayer

This in in honor of those lost in the Holocaust. In is a quiet place meant for reflection and is... read more

Reviewed 18 January 2017
mohorovic
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White Plains, New York
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148 Martine Ave, Front of the Michaelian Office Building, White Plains, NY 10601-3311
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Reviewed 18 November 2017 via mobile

While, in my opinion , the Garden of Remembrance does not constitute a,tourist attraction it is a lovely park. Most importantly it is an important symbol and reminder of the atrocities committed against primarily the Jews as part of an extermination plan. Unfortunately these tactics...More

Thank Dolores P
Reviewed 4 October 2017

I discovered this park by accident when I was walking from the parking lot to the farmer's market one Wednesday AM. Although I believe it was designed to remember the holocaust, it also serves as a memory to other victims of injustice. I recommend stopping...More

Thank Steve S
Reviewed 30 January 2017

Well, if you're stuck in White Plains, and care about history, and cool sculpture, you might like this. Has placards regarding the holocaust, and of course, being White Plains, is at a major, loud intersection. Clean. No pee smell or litter, because somehow the homeless...More

Thank ERIC S
Reviewed 18 January 2017

This in in honor of those lost in the Holocaust. In is a quiet place meant for reflection and is near the Galleria, amid noisy streets. However, when you step inside the gates, there is a kind of hush. Well kept and unobtrusive. Stop in...More

Thank mohorovic
Reviewed 10 December 2016

Nothing to go out of your way to visit just a nice green place for locals to spend lunch time. It's not designed for tourists.

Thank ijessica290
Reviewed 29 November 2016

Very well done stone, and sculptured pieces inside the gates. Quit and tranquil which puts you in a peaceful mood. A wonderful place to just sit and relax.

Thank Ray P
Reviewed 19 September 2016

As a White Plains native, I don't understand how this little eye sore came into reality. It is extremely small and adjacent to a very busy street. It needs to be completely surrounded by landscaping to make it more effective; the message unfortunately is lost...More

Thank chicago90Phoenix
Reviewed 27 August 2016 via mobile

Peaceful place but underwhelming not somewhere you go out of your way to visit but nice to see if you are in the area I trooped a mile in the heat so for me it wasn't worth it its the size of some1s front yard

Thank Leticia L
Reviewed 30 September 2015

I walk by this often, it is a beautiful series of sculptures representing each of the Nazi extermination centers. I have never seen anyone inside it, but I appreciate seeing it there,

Thank ne1410stoday
Reviewed 29 September 2015 via mobile

And a good place to rest and have a quiet moment if you're nearby. This is a fairly busy part of White Plains. One positive thing; it's only 10 minutes off of interstate 287.

Thank robcurtross
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