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Martyrs Park

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trunettam wrote a review Aug 2019
Orlando5 contributions1 helpful vote
It was really cool to walk or ride scooters around Martyrs Park and go across the river. The views are pretty cool too.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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NXTTRP wrote a review Aug 2018
St. Petersburg, Florida2,565 contributions566 helpful votes
We do not reside in Memphis nor do we visit frequently, but we felt fortunate to have found Martyr’s Park on a morning walk. But I have to inquire, how many nearby residents of the city are actually aware of the park and the purpose it salutes? The exodus and fatalities the population of Memphis suffered in this period are astounding. This history is recorded on signs and under the statute in MP. The representation of the statute is also very emotional.
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Date of experience: August 2018
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lesliebauman wrote a review Apr 2018
Kirkland, Washington846 contributions272 helpful votes
Plus you can walk the riverfront along the Mississippi River to downtown Memphis from here and/or the big river walk across the pedestrian bridge over the Mississippi into Arkansas and back.
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Date of experience: April 2018
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ChanEvan wrote a review Nov 2017
Memphis, Tennessee12,804 contributions346 helpful votes
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The Riverfront Pedestrian Path connects Tom Lee Park to Martyrs Park, which sits high on the Chickasaw Bluff. Views of both bridges & the Mississippi River make this a popular spot for Photographers, as well as those seeking a peaceful spot to chill or watch the Sunset. Vehicles access the 9-acre grassy Park via Channel 3 Drive, which dead ends @ a small but Free Parking Circle adjacent to the Founders Pointe Neighborhood. Or there is Free Parking @ Tom Lee Park, then walk South up the Bluff incline. A plaque commemorates "the heros and heroines . . . who gave their lives serving the victims of Yellow Fever." The horrible Epidemic hit Memphis in 1878 & "devastated the city, leaving few survivors." The number of Visitors discovering Martyrs Park has exploded since the opening of Big River Crossing to the South 1 year ago. BRC drew 250,000 Pedestrians & Bicyclists in its 1st year. I recommend arriving @ least 1 hour before Sunset. The Walk in both directions is scenic & pleasant.
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Date of experience: November 2017
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Vinelandgal wrote a review Oct 2016
96 contributions11 helpful votes
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Nice park to go for a walk and take a few pictures. Easy access and parking, limited facilities. Got to see a few barges pass bye.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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