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This downtown park has a statue dedicated to mariners who've been lost at sea, flags of the Scandinavian countries and Finland honouring early mariners / settlers, a salvaged Japanese boat, a play area for little kids, seats, picnic tables, drinking fountains, and public toilets.
Worth a short visit. A nice area for kids to place, lovely views over the harbour/ water. There is a memorial to lost sailors, plus a Japanese boat that was found abandoned 18 months after it and its owner left on a fishing trip from...More
This is the most relaxing place in Prince Rupert, sat here for an hour every afternoon for the 3 days we were here, just watching the world go by. On the Sunday there was the local band playing which was really enjoyable. There are remembrance...More
Pacific Mariners Memorial Park overlooks the harbor and is adjacent to the Museum of Northern BC. The Sunken Gardens are literally right across the street and Cow Bay – with all of its eateries and attractions – is but a five-minute walk. In short, if...More
Small information booth memorial located in a nice greenspace with children's park attached. Street parking is hit and miss but a short walk from many other locations with larger parking lots. Nice space to visit along cow bay!
This park is a monument to mariners who have lost their lives at sea. It is on the waterfront with lovely views, park benches and picnic tables. There are displays related to the marine history of the area. The main exhibit is a Japanese fishing...More