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Crossbones Graveyard, London
(4.4/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • Wow!! My daughter and I took the opportunity to visit the Crossbones Graveyard, and I'm so glad we did. Luckily when we arrived, the gardens were open, so we could walk around and sit quietly, there w...  more »
  • I quite liked this place, although there isn't a whole lot to see. Check ahead for when it is open so that you can walk inside, as the hours are limited. They are currently doing some landscape work a...  more »
  • Just to say a big thank you to the two ladies, who we spoke too. These ladies give up their free time, along with other members to keep this memorial garden open to the public. The memorial garden is ...  more »
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  • This is a beautiful, peaceful haven just off the beaten track, a great way to while away an hour in the afternoon. I really respect the effort that has gone into maintaining this historical site and educating people about it.
  • This colorful, but haunting garden stands at the site of a pauper's grave, where many prostitutes -- known as the "Winchester Geese" -- found their final resting place. It is guarded by a ribbon-covered gate that serves as a memorial to the women buried there, to the lovingly remembered and to the sadly forgotten. As Southwark becomes brightier and shinier by the day, Crossbones is a poignant reminder of the borough's long and gritty history.
  • One of London's most unique locations - originally a graveyard for 'fallen woman', it is a festive riotous memorial to those in society who have slipped through the cracks. Leave a token for someone you've lost.
  • Interesting historical spot. Well worth a visit if you enjoy London's history. Close by to Borough Market
  • A very interesting side landmark that left me a bit haunted.