Garden of Reflection 9/11 Memorial, Yardley

#55 of 120 in Things to do in Bucks County
Monument · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The Garden of Reflection 9-11 Memorial was created to remember and honor our loved ones and all 2,973 killed on September 11, 2001. It is situated in Memorial Park amid the natural beauty of Historical Bucks County farmland in Lower Makefield Township.

The Memorial designed by Yardley architect Liuba Lashchyk AIA

The dedication and support of so many individuals, organizations and volunteers has made this Memorial Garden possible. We thank you. We hope the spirit and symbolism of the Garden of Reflection will endure in your hearts as it endures in ours.

Ellen Saracini

Grace Godshalk

Tara Bane

Clara Chirchirillo

Fiona Havlish

William Kelly
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  • This is a worthy place to stop at for a few moments and to explore and contemplate. Free parking and public green space devoted to the memory of several local citizens who died in 9/11 events. Not...  more »
  • been here like 4 times and every time is amazing! plenty of free parking, park for the kids swings, slides, etc.Very nice.  more »
  • So well done. Such a small price of my own time and choice to pay respects to remember the many whose lives of those who were not given a choice. Serene. Peaceful. Reflective. I would recommend anyone of any age to go. Very moving.
  • It's pretty and well kept. The memorial is beautiful. They've soccer, volleyball, basketball and baseball setups, but not tennis. They've an inclusive playground, meant to be safe even for kids with disabilities. They've bathrooms and a (drinking) water fountain (as opposed to the main feature, which is a memorial water fountain). Paths for walking, some shaded some in the sunlight. Benches. A couple pavilions. A grill. Oh and a community garden. They've these wonderful trees, with a main sign showing what and where the different types of trees are. However, the map for the trees is very confusing, or possibly inaccurate, and doesn't have a symbol key to explain it. Regardless, one of the nicest parks I've been to.

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