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Tibetan Peace Garden, London

(4.2/5 based on a few reviews on the web)
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  • A garden with a theme of peace - just outside the Imperial War Museum! The garden was green,peaceful and inviting. Worth stopping by if you are at the Museum. Entrance is free. There are no public toi...  more »
  • Having read before arriving in London for the existence of this garden, we could not visit it. The area is well maintained and full of beautiful flowering plants. The thought of the Dalai Lama is to bring peace and harmony to all peoples without distinction of nationality and to create greater awareness of Buddhism through the Kalachakra Mandala that can be seen on the inside of the garden (the round stone). Around the mandala 8 benches enhance meditation on thought, action, livelihood, effort, mindfulness, concentration, good feelings and words, the noble Buddhist path. Thoughts still shareable by who's not Buddhist. Out of the Garden we then headed towards the Imperial War museum just across that deserves a visit.
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  • This is a cute garden next to the war museum. It's a nice little extra with roses and a big Tibetan style round monument of some sort. It's nice but don't go out of your way to see it.  more »
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  • Between the bustle of the city and the memories of past atrocities, a much needed little oasis.
  • A relaxing place to sit and contemplate life.
  • I was ambivalent about the Imperial War Museum until I found out there is a Peace Garden in its grounds. A corner of tranquility, with thoughtful words to contemplate.
  • The Tibetan Peace garden was opened in May 1999 by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. It is next to the Imperial War Museum. In the centre is the Kalachakra Mandala bronze associated with world peace. The garden is a peaceful oasis of calm to reflect and meditate. A very peaceful place.
  • a very pretty little garden. the design and architecture is quite unique. a great spot to take some stillness out of london life.