"Bicentennial Park-The Liberty Garden" Southlake Things to Do Tip by VeronicaG
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One afternoon while on a self-guided wildflower expedition, I pulled in to see all that was included in Southlake's Bicentennial Park. I had noticed it as I drove by numerous times, but had never visited. A beautifully landscaped portion of Bicentennial Park is set aside and named Liberty Garden.
A pretty arbor gives entrance to the garden, where once inside the first thing one notices is a striking bronze scupture of three children titled Children At Play (picture #2). A pathway wanders past irises in bloom, then lovely pink roses (picture #5), a wetlands display, gazebo in the midst of flowers (picture #3) and beyond this a fountain surrounded by concrete benches.
Further inside the garden, a bronze sculpture depicting geese in flight entitled 'Freedom' (picture #4)is placed near a gently rippling waterfall fountain and another garden area. Liberty Garden was a peaceful place in which to appreciate the beauty of Spring!
This garden was dedicated to the memory of those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. It was a very peaceful spot to spend time on a sunny Spring day.
Address: North White Chapel Road, Southlake, Tx
Directions: Off 1709 (Southlake Boulevard)
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