Freedom Park 4353

Lipson, England

Brief Description

Freedom Park is a small formal park on the site of the decisive battle in the siege of Plymouth, fought on December 3 1643. The park was extended in 1885. A sturdy granite monument commemorating the victory of the Parliamentary forces over the besieging Royalists was erected in 1891.

History

The park was extended in 1885.

Visitor Facilities

This is a municipal park for general public use. Please see: http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/parksandopenspaces#freedom_park More information
Features
  • Sculpture
  • Description: This feature is a sturdy granite monument commemorating the victory of the Parliamentary forces over the besieging Royalists.
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Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

This is a municipal park for general public use. Please see: http://www.plymouth.gov.uk/parksandopenspaces#freedom_park
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