I love this memorial and what it represents. Unfortunately it was very crowded so couldn't get a decent photo or have a moment to observe it properly but there's a reason it's so popular. A great nan with a beautiful mind. RIP
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It is always moving to find this place, inside the park with the mosaic circle with the inscription "Immagine" and outside the park in front of the Dakota residence.
Was very busy with a lot of less than relective and contemplative people than I suspect the place anticipates! Has to be seen I suppose but not really worth a second viewing. I do not know what I was expecting but I was slightly underwhelmed.
This is a subtle work meant to create pause and provoke reflection, more a curated little portion of Central Park than a memorial. It's literally impossible to enjoy it at anything near peak hours, because of the hoards of tourists and trinket vendors. Go at...More
First we stood in front of the Dakota and looked into the first gate in the arch to the spot where he was murdered. Then we walked across the street to the Strawberry Fields John Lennon Memorial. This consisted of a large circular mosaic with...More
I visited Strawberry Fields, which is a part of Central Park. Strawberry Fields is a memorial that Yoko Ono built for her late husband, John Lennon. In the park is this beautiful mosaic that says "Imagine". It is not unusual to hear musicians singing Beatles/John...More
We absolutely adored Central Park. What a fantastic beautiful oasis in the centre of the burgeoning cosmopolitan of New York. It's green, scenic, idyllic, picturesque. Definitely worth spending a couple of hours walking around this haven. We particularly enjoyed venturing over to the Dakota, to...More
Never been a Beatles fan but decided to see this anyway. Wow, tourists were going nuts! People pushing and practically diving into the tiles to get a photo on it. People need to remember manners and that there are other people there too who’d like...More