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This Scottish Memorial sits in a park by the Delaware River and is nicely laid out in a small park away from all the hustle and bustle of the downtown area.
We walked here from our downtown hotel with no problem early morning.
This is a simple and lovely sculpture that fittingly captures the Scottish settlers who helped found the nation. There is no attempt to blame others for any perceived plight but rather the sculpture seeks to celebrate a race of people who left there towns and...More
The Scottish Memorial is a small but very nice and quiet monument to Scottish Immigrants to come to the United States. It is directly adjacent to the Irish Memorial, which is very similar to this. Being of Scots-Irish descent, I approve. Also, out of pure...More
A thought provoking memorial of a statuesque group of new settlers arriving from their Scottish homeland to create a new homeland on the North American continent. Excellently sculpted to convey their hopes, fears and aspirations.