Robert E. Lee Park

Lee Park and a statue of Robert E. Lee, in the Turtle Creek area for the "Best Neighborhoods" series in Dallas on Thursday, May 9, 2013.

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Robert E. Lee Park in Oak Lawn

3400 Turtle Creek Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75219

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The park, flanked by Hall Street, Turtle Creek Boulevard and Lemmon Avenue, features a bronze statue of Lee and a meandering spring-fed creek that feeds into a pond. The city bought the land in 1908, and it was renamed Lee Park in 1936, when President Franklin D. Roosevelt unveiled a bronze statue of the Confederate war hero. In the center of the park is Arlington Hall, a replica of Lee's plantation house in Virginia. From staff reports

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