Saint John's Park Main St & Grove St, Stamford, CT06901 Saint John's Park is located directly in front of the Holiday Inn in Downtown Stamford. This park is easy to spot…More by its large pillar monument and memorial to Stamford Veterans. The beautifully engraved metal lists the names of each Veteran, separated by what war they fought in.
Heritage Park Atlantic St & Main St, Stamford, CT06901 Heritage Park, also known as Veteran's Park, is located on the west side of the Stamford Town Center complex. The park…More includes several native varieties of trees, as well as monuments to the area's veterans. The park is bustling with people: it borders a bus stop, is a right of way to offices and is a popular lunch spot on nice days.
Veterans Park Atlantic St & Stamford Forum, Stamford, CT06901 Veterans Park is a midtown hang out spot that shows respect for those who have died for the freedom of our…More country. The park is an excellent break from the hustle and bustle of city life and is located where Atlantic Street meets Stamford Forum. Close by attractions include numerous shops and restaurants, Stamford Town Center and Landmark Square. Park features include benches, picnic tables, memorials and statues. The facility stays open until 10pm every day and city services encourage visitors to abide by the rules.
Long Ridge Union Cemetery Erskine Rd & Gun Club Rd, Stamford, CT06903 The Long Ridge Union Cemetery can be found nestled deep in the woods of North Stamford near the corner of Erskine and…More Gun Club Road. The park features wonderful gravestones in all shapes and sizes and is lined by tall trees and a walking path. The site was established in 1796 and is the final resting place of many pioneers of the area. The gravesites of many military veterans can be found on the premise as well.
The Basilica of St. John 279 Atlantic St, Stamford, CT06901 The Basilica of St. John is a Catholic institution that is known to its parishioners as the "Mother Church of…More Stamford." This building can be found on Atlantic Street between Bell Street and Tresser Boulevard, not far from Stamford Town Square and Veterans Park. Masses are held two times a day from Monday through Saturday and throughout the day on Sunday. Confessions and rosary prayers are also held at specific times during the week. Parish groups include the Holy Name Men's Society, a Sunday School, Introduction to Biblical Greek and the St. Dominic Savio Society.
Lacerenza Funeral Home 8 Schuyler Ave, Stamford, CT06902 Lacerenza Funeral Home was built on family values in 1926 and remains Stamford's oldest establishment of its kind.…More Located downtown at the corner of Schuyler Avenue and Smith Street, Lacerenza works around the clock to serve your needs. It offers pre-planning, home and hospital removal, obituary assistance, transportation and more. Building features include multiple viewing chapels, a private family lounge and plenty of parking. Special veterans discounts are available as well. Call to set up an appointment or visit their website for more details.