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Built in central park, a short distance from where he was murdered this memorial to john Lennon is a place of Pilgrimage for Beatles fans from the world over
It is a also a peaceful place to take a break from hustle and bustle of...More
I've been to NYC and never got a chance to visit this memorial This was my #1 priority this trip. And it was emotional. I felt I finally paid my proper respects to John Lennon, after all these years. I was with my family, who...More
Yes, the memorial is iconic and yes, you should definitely stop and visit, however, it is the wonderful people and vendors around there that made this worth visiting. There were photo vendors, button vendors, visitors singing and amazing guitar players sharing Beatles music. A mecca...More
There are few places in the world where you can get close to the man who shaped the world of people and tried to make it a better place. The man who famously said that the Beatles were “bigger than Jesus” and who’s life was...More
Nice to visit and reflect a bit. It's a destination, but once there it's more of a stop, not much time involved. You can sit on a bench or a rock or on the ground around the memorial itself. Many folks pose for pictures there....More
If you are into the Beatles, or 60s music this is a nice area of Central Park. Not quite a tourist trap, as it is free space. I was here in the spring when I took a walk around Central Park. The best time to...More
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I am not sure. We were there in August in the middle of summer and it was very hot. You would be able to do the walk around the teardrop shape garden path, but if it snows the "Imagine" mosaic on the path would be covered... More
I am not sure. We were there in August in the middle of summer and it was very hot. You would be able to do the walk around the teardrop shape garden path, but if it snows the "Imagine" mosaic on the path would be covered in snow. If no snow, I would say go. There's bound to be other visitors there as well as buskers.