Liberty Plaza is a beautiful place to visit any time of year, but it's best known for its lovely flower garden that has stunning tulips in the springtime and other annuals during other seasons. It also boasts an open-air gazebo where concerts are held on summer nights. The park hosts picnics too, and it's a great place to fly kites. Liberty Plaza is located in Medina, OH, and it's no surprise that the lovely city of Medina is Ohio's oldest inland town.
Liberty Park was established in 1825 when settlers began building homes on the square. They soon planted willow trees around the square, which has traditionally been the site of the city's biggest events. The park was eventually named Liberty Square by a vote of local citizens. After a devastating fire destroyed much of downtown Medina, the New England Society of Cincinnati donated 100 silver maples to be planted as saplings throughout Ohio's "Medina Miracle Mile." Sadly, only one tree from this original planting remains at Liberty Square, and the current trees in the park were planted in 1988.
The Liberty Gazebo (pictured below) is a popular spot for musicians and kite flyers who want to enjoy amazing views of Medina and its historic buildings.
1486 Medina Rd, Medina OH, 44256