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Living Memorial Sculpture Garden

13221 U.S. 97, Weed, CA 96094, Weed, CA
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I was excited to find this free attraction along the highway. The sculptures amid the surrounding... read more

Reviewed 12 July 2017
stockton, ca

A great tribute. Lots of interesting things to look at and some good history for families to learn... read more

Reviewed 20 June 2017
Leah F
via mobile
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13221 U.S. 97, Weed, CA 96094, Weed, CA
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Reviewed 12 July 2017

I was excited to find this free attraction along the highway. The sculptures amid the surrounding landscape are perfection. Children too young to appreciate the sculptures could enjoy walking the labyrinth.

1  Thank chlene36
Reviewed 20 June 2017 via mobile

A great tribute. Lots of interesting things to look at and some good history for families to learn about great artistry would love to come back and spend more time

Thank Leah F
Reviewed 9 June 2017

This memorial sculpture garden is a fabulous tribute to honor all US veterans. The layout of the garden allows you to roam, contemplate, and reflect on each of the conflicts the US has been involved in and the sacrifice our veterans and their families have...More

2  Thank VicksVaporRub
Reviewed 17 April 2017

We visited there last summer and it was nothing short of being totally awesome. We had a little trouble finding it, but once we did it was well worth the drive. We had 2 teenagers with us and thought they would probably not like it...More

Thank alice19662017
Reviewed 1 April 2017

Great place to sit and reflect, right at the base of Mount Shasta. Stop by and take a walk and keep an eye out for small head stones and pay a brief respect to the men and woman who served.

1  Thank Ranbud
Reviewed 14 March 2017

A beautiful and quiet place to reflect and honor veterans. Each year around Memorial Day new names are added to the Wall for veterans alive and dead.

Thank Rebecca B
Reviewed 14 January 2017

The statues at the Living Memorial Sculpture Garden create a lasting memory amidst the breathtaking scenery of Mt. Shasta and the Shasta Valley. It is definitely worth a stop. Great place to stretch and get some fresh air if you have been traveling all day.The...More

Thank Kristine M
Reviewed 4 January 2017 via mobile

Free place. Good spot to get out and stretch your legs, good view of the mountain and fresh air. Real big sculptures to look at. Powerful place.

Thank Tyson G
Reviewed 27 November 2016

I don't understand how anyone could not give this five stars. First of all, it's free. Second of all, it's a park featuring beautiful, well-made sculptures depicting one man's ideas of war and everything that comes with it (loss of limbs and loss of life,...More

2  Thank Brittany_11_10
Reviewed 3 August 2016

This attraction is primely placed at the base of Mt. Shasta (though located just past Lake Shastina) the views and nature walks add to the feeling of the gardens. With large scale sculptures rising in the distance as you walk on a dusty trail from...More

2  Thank Carlee M
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5 July 2015|
Response from LeeKelly12 | Reviewed this property |
We know it is hard to find! It is off the highway between Weed and Doris. I don't think you'll see it on gps. It really is in the middle of no where. There is a sign when you approach and a very large parking lot, with weeds... More
Liz C
2 January 2015|
Response from Leah D | Reviewed this property |
All memorials are accessible by wheelchair, no map is necessary, you can easily see where you need to go to see all sculptures. I can't really speak to the weather questions, we were there in July.