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“Tribute”

Lockerbie Garden of Remembrance
Ranked #1 of 7 things to do in Lockerbie
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed May 15, 2014

Passed this place on the way to Inverness thought we would pay our respects on our journey home
signed the book of Condolence in the little visitors house at the Enterance to Remembrance garden was very moving to see all the history in pictures and news paper clippings of the Crash on the walls for everyone to look at

Thank lorraine j
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"who lost their lives"
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Reviewed April 27, 2014 via mobile

The garden of remembrance is very tasteful and a lovely tribute to all affected. The visitor centre was very informative and the steward was extremely knowledgable and helpful. Definitely worth a visit to pay respects.

Thank Karen M
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Reviewed April 10, 2014

Not perhaps a very fashionable place to visit, None the less we should take time out occasionally to stand back from our lives and consider our mortality. Two hundred and seventy people of all ages and nationalities lost their lives. Without warning.
This is a well kept garden with fitting memorials, At the same time it is a place where local people lay rheir nearest and dearest to rest. Remember that. I visited with my wife on a wet Sunday with my wife. We were allowed to drive right up to the memorials as my wife is blind. The visitor centre was open. The volunteer set aside her lunch and spent plenty of time explaining the centre. if you are in this part of the world, stop and pay your respects. Give them your support in the work you do. Spend time in the locality. We did.

1  Thank GRAHAM H
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Reviewed April 4, 2014

A beautiful, peaceful well kept area that is a fitting memorial to the victims of the Pan Am bombing.

Thank Barbieb2
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Reviewed March 2, 2014

The garden of Remembrance was in good clean condition and some of the words were very touching. The only disappointment was the visitor centre with all the information was closed on a Saturday afternoon.

Thank GreigB28
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