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A modern-style memorial park integrating features of a memorial, tourist and cultural site, and garden architecture, the Longhua Memorial Park of Revolutionary Martyrs, with its name inscribed by Deng Xiaoping, has long been likened to the Yuhuatai...more
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No.180 Longhua West Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai 200000, China
Most people won't come here even though it's right next to the Longhua temple. It's a park with memorials and sculptures meant to honor those who were executed for being communists. It's a large park with sculptures scattered around. There is a well curated museum...More
The park is great for relaxing and running. The park is very huge and full of green views. The museum is awesome and you can see the whole revolutionary and army history of China. Entrance is for free.
You can use metro line 11 or 12. I used line 11 and got off at Longhua station. It is a small walking distance. Situated next to the Longhua Temple.
This memorial park captures the traumatic and haunting history of those who laid down their...More
The other half always takes an interest in memorial parks so we headed out to this lovely site and spent half an hour wandering around. Some beautiful sculptures are present and it’s free so if you have time to kill this is a nice change...More
located beside Longhua Temple and accessible from Metro line 11 or 12, a beautiful park with quiet places to sit and enjoy the view, or wonder through exploring and discovering stunning pathways, entrance is free and definitely worth a visit.
A visit to this place could be an addition after visiting the ancient Longua Temple, as this memorial site is nearby to the temple. Quite and tranquil, this is an ideal place to remember those who laid down their lives for the city of Shanghai....More
The place consists of the entrance square, garden , monuments, memorial museum, memorial hall, boulders, Red Rock, Forest of stele's We were very captivated by the Forest of Stele's - stele pavilion, stele corridor, two 50m long stele walls, hundreds of natural stones engraved with...More
I came across this very large park quite by accident after I'd visited the more well-known temple and monastery next door. It's very easy to find and well worth finding, but isn't given a mention in any guide book I've ever seen. There's a museum...More
Blundered upon this park as I was stopping nearby. Go early in the morning to enjoy the various tai chi exponents, the people practising calligraphy with water on the paths. There are dancers and choirs and bands. Statues and fountains are large and impressive, grassy...More
I went on a scorching day in July and nearly melted away, but it was still worth it. The sculptures are very interesting and reminds you that the CCP still rules China, something easy to forget in ultramodern, capitalist Shanghai. It's a short walk from...More