Emancipation Garden is a park in Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands
The park was built to commemorate the freeing of the slaves which took place July 3, 1848. A commemorative plaque, a bronze bust of a freed slave blowing a conch shell and a replica of the Liberty Bell are featured.
The park was also ringed with a fence of old ships' anchor chain and cannons recovered from the harbor.
The park is surrounded by historical buildings, including the Emancipation Garden Post Office and Government House. Official government ceremonies are frequently held here.