In central park, near where John Lennon lived and was shot. What would have become of him if not assassinated?
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As a huge Beatles fan for over 10 years, I've wanted to see the Imagine Circle for as long as I can remember. Seeing it, as well as The Dakota, was truly a dream come true. I'd highly recommend going to see it, followed by...More
A must visit place in Central Park. This is a memorial dedicated to John Lennon. can get very busy with lots of people taking photos too. But we all just wait our turn. There is usually someone there busking.
I've been wanting to see this for years. Central Park is so beautiful, even in the dead of winter. If you are okay taking a brisk walk through the park don't miss this Imagine memorial. In the Spring it is decorated with flowers........the day I...More
Nothing overly special but is a landmark that you must visit if you're already in Central Park. It's not very busy as people generally take their photos and go.
Lovely walk around Central park 72nd st some nice pictures taken beside the great man's memorial. Lovely scenery too
Steps from the site where John Lennon was tragically killed, NYC established a wonderful memorial to his life and music at the "Strawberry Fields" in Central Park. This is just a cool place to visit because everyone's in a good mood, there are usually troubadours...More
Our first trip to New York.Central park and the carriage ride was our favorite part of our trip.We like to walk wherever we go ,We took our time for 2 days and did about 1/3.We also waches a music band doing a video ,which was...More
We have been to Strawberry Fields on Lennon's birthday and the experience was magical. People come and go with musical instruments and the crowd sings his songs together. It was one of my most memorable NYC experiences.
I would have liked to see a statue of John near the memorial. The tiles were a damaged and I was just expecting more. The man sitting singing Beatle songs was a definite highlight.