Kahlil Gibran Memorial Garden is at 3100 Massachusetts Ave. N.W. between 30th and 34th sts., adjacent to Rock Creek Park and opposite the British Embassy. Set in the midst of a wooded ravine known as Woodland-Normanstone Terrace Park, this garden is dedicated to early 20th-century Lebanese-American philosopher Kahlil Gibran. Follow the stone walkway across a footbridge that leads to a star-shaped fountain. Surrounding the fountain, which is decorated with a bust of the poet, are stone benches engraved with such mystical Gibran quotations as “freedom without thought is confusion.” Just north of the garden is a trailhead that leads to trails in Rock Creek Park.