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Animals in War Memorial

Brook Gate, Park Lane | Hyde Park, London, England
+44 20 7641 6000
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Excellent Memorial

This is an excellent memorial to all the animals that have died in the wars of man. Worth a look... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Steve57C
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Dudley, United Kingdom
A Fitting Tribute

This is a well designed and a great sculptured tribute to all the animals that have been in... read more

Reviewed 19 March 2018
badmintontim
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Hastings, United Kingdom
via mobile
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Brook Gate, Park Lane | Hyde Park, London, England
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is an excellent memorial to all the animals that have died in the wars of man. Worth a look if you're ever in London.

Thank Steve57C
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Reviewed 19 March 2018 via mobile

This is a well designed and a great sculptured tribute to all the animals that have been in wars You can walk around this sculpture and touch them as well and a great place to take visitors Well recommended Enjoy

2  Thank badmintontim
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Reviewed 5 March 2018 via mobile

This memorial is unlike any I have seen before, as it explains the various animals that have lost their lives in the world wars, and it goes on to explain how they didn’t have a choice in going to war. Very moving, and quite a...More

1  Thank joshreimann
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Reviewed 24 December 2017

Well worth a slight detour when leaving Hyde Park towards Park Lane. All the forgotten animals who helped "win" the many wars of the past, especially WW1 where millions of horses and donkeys perished. So very sad and a tear jerker!

Thank LawrenceSalvoni
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Reviewed 3 November 2017

Strolling near Hyde Park I noticed a grouping of freestanding bronze animal sculptures. Out of curiosity, I crossed the street for closer look and was immediately moved by this well-done tribute to animals that have been killed in war during their service to mankind.

1  Thank DP49
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Reviewed 30 October 2017

We had been for a walk through Hyde Park to visit Speaker's Corner on a Sunday morning. After listening to some of the speakers for a short time, we moved on towards Park Lane to take a look at the relatively new Animals in War...More

1  Thank BigHugh51
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Reviewed 14 October 2017

I've never seen anything quite like this, a memorial to animals that died in wars, and there have been so many. It's a great idea and animal rights activists will love it. Nice design. Sentimental.

1  Thank Thomas V
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Reviewed 29 September 2017

I have always loved animals. I made it a point to find this monument on my 8 day trip to London in early September of 2017. Upon finally coming upon it, as it is quite hidden by overgrown trees, the tears came to my eyes...More

1  Thank noladesiree
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Reviewed 23 September 2017

We came across this monument by chance & we are SO glad we did. I got quite emotional whilst admiring the fantastic statues. A MUST SEE!

1  Thank elizabeth m
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Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

Just drove by it and I was surprised to see it, but it is a nice tribute to the animals lost in war.

1  Thank Spamky17
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I'm afraid I don't know for certain but I would assume that it would be the same day as Remembrance Sunday in November. I may be totally wrong!; you might like to contact the Irish Terrier Association as I assume they might... More
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