International Honorary Peace Garden at Batavia

Address 111 Main Street
Batavia, NY 14020
Phone (585) 343-2387
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Hours Daily during daylight hours; Blooms from May-October,
Themes War of 1812, Natural History
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This garden is part of a permanent trail of Peace Gardens established along an historic route where events of the War of 1812 determined the future of the United States and the fate of many First Nations and Native American people. This garden offers flowing pathways lined with benches, a globe and a mill stone to signify the use of water for development of the land and a Grove of Nations. The garden is designed to attract visitors to experience and enjoy the natural beauty that this garden provides while learning the history of the events that took place in Genesee County during this historic period.


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  • Sites Dates Hours: Daily during daylight hours; Blooms from May-October,
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