A beautiful park with fitting tributes dotted around. A lovely area to explore and relax. A really well laid out park.
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It is sometimes enough to just wander through the park looking at the various memorials. As an Australian I found that enough for me although I did visit the museum briefly. Just sit and contemplate. I guess everybody finds the park memorable in their own...More
We walked around the park with our two boys 7 and 9 and visited the many memorials while making our way to the museum. The park is very peaceful and the different memorials really give you time and opportunity to think and talk about the...More
We arrived at the park prior to the opening of the museum in order to have time to see other parts of the park. Didn’t realize that the bells would chime at 8:15 daily. At that moment we were in front of the Hiroshima peace...More
The people of Hiroshima have one of the most beautiful places located right near the heart of downtown Hiroshima - the Peace Memorial Park. It is quiet, always immaculate, visited by people from all over the world, and a place to wander among all the...More
The peace memorial park at Hiroshima is a memorial for the lost lives in the A-bomb drop. The park is spread across a vast area and includes many memorials, the Cenotaph, a theatre, museum and just besides the park is the A-bomb dome. This is...More
This park is near the centre of Hiroshima and has lots of memorials to commemorate the many killed in 1945 and after. There are lots of paths surrounded by trees to walk or sit and reflect. The river is on either side of the park....More
Situated close to the Atomic Dome, take a stroll through the park and look at it's various features, you will find it peaceful.
The display that affected me the most was of many thousands of origami paper cranes sent from all over the world for a girl who was dying from radiation exposure in Hiroshima. She did die, but was gratified at the world response. So was I,...More
A beautiful park in the centre of Hiroshima almost at ground zero that houses most of the atomic bomb monuments, museums & statues. Easily accessed & flat with lots of paths for use. Wonderful to see so many school groups moving around the park, &...More