Peace Poles at International Peace Garden

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In 1997, seven Peace Poles were donated by the Japanese Government to the International Peace Garden. Peace Poles are handcrafted obelisks erected the world over, as an international symbol of peace. After the world wars, Masahisa Goi wanted to get the message of peace out to the world. In 1955, he started the “Peace Pole” movement. The poles carry the braille message "May Peace Prevail on Earth” in 28 languages, touching the hearts of visitors around the world.
Two of the seven Peace Poles at the International Peace Garden
Two of the seven Peace Poles at the International Peace Garden
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Availability
  • Dates of Operation: May-October
Cost of Admission
  • Admission: $20 per vehicle
Discounts
  • Military
General Information
  • Hours of Operation: Self-registration after staff hours.
Location
  • Countryside