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Liberty Plaza

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​​​Liberty Plaza is a .26-acre urban plaza in downtown Ann Arbor located next to the Kempf House on the corner of Division and Liberty. The plaza has two levels with benches and planters with landscaping. There is a drinking fountain and portable restroom. This is a great lunch spot for downtown businesses. Click here to view a printable map of Liberty Plaza (pdf).

Consider Liberty Plaza for your next event - big or small

Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation is looking for groups interested in activating Liberty Plaza through rentals and events. Liberty Plaza, located at the corner of East Liberty and South Division streets, provides a unique downtown venue for gatherings. Thanks to American Rescue Plan Act funding, park staff are able to support groups interested in utilizing the space throughout the entire park permitting process to ensure safe, fun and unique events.

Upcoming: Grab your boogie shoes and head to Liberty Plaza
We hope to see you every Thursday this fall, Sept. 15-Oct. 20 ( 8-10 p.m.) for a FREE silent disco! "What is a silent disco?" It's three music sets being played into a group wearing wireless headphones. Once you put on these special headphones you are linked up with a “WHOA!”  Whoa Silent Disco will have a different set of tunes to vibe with or dance to. Reserve your headphones today, for such a unique experience. Click here.​


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Have a great idea for an event at Liberty Plaza or want to find out more information about how to rent Liberty Plaza? To schedule an event in Liberty Plaza contact: Jessica Black, Recreation Supervisor, Cobblestone Farm, Park Rentals & Special Events, City of Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation, 734.794.6230 ext. 0 | [email protected]

​Volunteer Opportunities and Adopt-a-Park Information

The Ann Arbor Host Lions Club is dedicated to serving others and helping to improve the lives of all people. The Lions Club partners with Adopt-a-Park each year to weed, mulch and plant a variety of plants in the garden.

The project was proposed and installed by the Ann Arbor Commission on Disability Issues in 2013. The garden also serves as a memorial for Pamela Baker Trostle, former chair of the Commission.

The sensory garden has a variety of plants that are chosen to maximize sensory impact, with people with disabilities in mind. Folks walking by the garden are encouraged to touch and interact with the garden's unique textures, scents, shapes and bright colors.

​Reach out to us at [email protected] or 734.794.6445 if you are interested in lending a hand or learning more about the sensory garden.