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This park is easy to find by asking someone local or with a city street map. It is across the street from one of the Little Switzerland shops. The title has nothing to do with the slave issue in the then soon to be the United States but instead is the declaring that all unfree in the Danish West Indies... 更多
After a couple of hours walking around Amelia, we took a break at Emancipation Garden. Most benches are covered from the sun by large trees. We bought a couple of "Fraco" (sno-cones) from Rudy's Fraco sno-cones truck which is right beside the Garden, we stayed there for an hour just people watching.
Emancipation Garden is a small oasis on the east side of Charlotte Amalie, behind vendor plaza, flanked by Fort Christian, and the Grand Galleria. Sure, you'll see a few chickens, and maybe a homeless person or two, but it is one of the few places downtown where you can sit down and relax without someone trying to sell you something.... 更多
It just gives an interesting vibe. There were a few bums there and some chickens. But it is a nice park. And there a few things to see like the Liberty Bell replica.
This looks just like a regular park and it is, but it does make significant reference to the history in the United States and the statues to match. I'll say that the thing I will always remember are all the chickens hiding behind a bench to relax more than anything else. That was funny and it's worth going there just... 更多
The only reason I listed this with Emancipation Garden is Trip Advisor does not have this place listed as an attraction. It is the BEST KEPT SHOPPING SECRET for souvenirs in Charlotte Amalie. Plus, you an bargain with the Vendors for Lower Prices ! It is called VENDORS PLAZA, also known as Emancipation Plaza, where vendors set up small booths,... 更多
Thos area 8s just east of the main shopping district in downtown Charlotte Amalie. The thisbabpark with a gazebo often with music. Right next to it is the vendor's market with a wide choice of items for sale. There is al so some food and drink. This is also a great plave during carnival. Native St. Tomians come in from... 更多
A pleasant park. However, it was dominated not by the small sculpture pertinent to 1848 emancipation but by a statue of a Danish king and a replica of the Liberty Bell.
First Baobob trees I ever saw for real. Nice plants, statues, lizards. good to stretch your legs or cool off.... 更多
Small park commemorating the 1848 proclamation that freed the slaves. A reproduction of Philadelphia's Liberty Bell occupies a corner of... 更多