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“nice tree with red flowers in the middle of the park”

Queen Elizabeth Park
Ranked #12 of 63 things to do in Hamilton
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: Well-kept gardens in the city of Hamilton.
Reviewed August 2, 2013

but otherwise there is actually nothing else to see here. there are a number of seemingly harmless vagrants that also hang out here, but they appear to leave you alone

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Reviewed July 24, 2013

This little park is small, beautifully designed and maintained. It is about two blocks from the ferry stop. There is no cost to enter. It is a great place to take a break from shopping or just enjoy a few minutes of relaxation.

Thank Tim479
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Reviewed July 2, 2013

Loved this little park, particularly the back entrance up the stairs. This is not marked, and it looks like a private home entrance. We happened to ask someone and they told us it was a park, so we went up and in that way. It is pretty and a nice shady respite from the heat. Locked at night.

Thank WhyDee706
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Reviewed July 1, 2013

a pretty park with nice plantings and interesting monuments. worth a visit...but it is a hangout for beggars and homeless...feels a bit dangerous at dusk or in darkness.

Thank travelmansam
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Reviewed June 24, 2013

We had several occasions to stroll in this park. The well maintained path goes in a circle. The landscaping, is enhanced by several statues- - - -many whimsical. There is a good bird population here. We always walk to the moongate for a photo-op. At the entrance to the park is a nice café for a breakfast or lunch break. This year we had a late afternoon flight home. Not enough time to do too much. So we took a last stroll through the park and picked up some sandwiches to enjoy on our flight home. The staff at the Lemon Tree café had good suggestions on selections that would keep well on our journey.

Thank jmet
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