Solomon Islands Memorial Garden, Honiara

Categories: Gardens, Nature & Parks
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3.2/5 based on 30+ reviews on the web
Boasting excellent views across Honiara's coast, Solomon Islands Memorial Garden honors soldiers who fought and died in the Battle of Guadacanal during World War II. Evenly spaced rows of Carilla trees cast shadows across the lawn, creating a peaceful environment in which to read a series of commemorative plaques and learn more about the history behind this moving tribute. Whether visited alone or in the company of a guide, the site serves as a tranquil setting for solemn contemplation. Our Honiara itinerary planner makes visiting Solomon Islands Memorial Garden and other Honiara attractions simple, and helps you make a travel plan personal to you.
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  • Some areas are maintained and others are not. Very moving , sad and reflects a lot of history from WW2 
  • The Solomon Islands Memorial Garden is right beside Honiara Henderson Field Airport. There are plaques commemorating soldiers who fought in the Guadalcanal wars. It's a pleasant serene place, but not ...  read more »
  • This fair garden to one side of the airport from Honiara, is a remembrance to the fallen soldiers at the battle of Guadalcanal against the Japanese
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