If you love art and love history and the great freedom we enjoy here in the United States of America you must make a quick visit to Protectors of Freedom Memorial Park and it’s right in Toms River, New Jersey .
Recently myself, April and my mom went for a quick walk and look at the Defenders of Liberty Memorial in Toms River New Jersey. A beautiful sculpture park provided to the Ocean County area by the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation. It features sculptures from WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, and medical nurses honoring the men and women who served to protect our freedom. The park features the artist’s sculpture art Brian Hanlon.
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This beautiful little park is located right next to the Ocean County Mall and is a quick tour of the history of the major freedom disputes of the last century, including the medical work of nurses through those moments in history. . Each section is categorized by artist Brian Hanlon’s breathtaking carvings, amazing how detailed these carvings are in person.
This little park is a wonderful place for veterans, history buffs, and schools to visit for a day trip to not only see historic moments from our past, but to learn how freedom is NOT free. with many tyrannical people who would like to take away your freedoms and if not for these men and women, they may have already done it. These “freedom protectors” have stood up to bullies throughout history and said NO, you will not take away our right to freedom. Be respectful, learn and honor these people. Many of you probably have family members from previous generations who are “freedom protectors.” May God bless them and never forget.
Liberty Protectors Park is located at Bay Lea Park on Bay Avenue in Toms River, Ocean County – New Jersey.
Take a few minutes to scroll through some of our photos from our recent trip.
The Protectors of Liberty Memorial in Toms River, New Jersey
An overview of the Defenders of Liberty Memorial in Toms River, New Jersey. A beautiful sculpture park provided to the Ocean County area by the Jay and Linda Grunin Foundation. It features sculptures from WWI, WWII, Korean War, Vietnam War, and medical nurses honoring the men and women who served to protect our freedom. The park features the art of sculpture by artist Brian Hanlon.