An attractive period garden, the type of which would have provided small amounts of green things for Fort Niagara's garrison to consume. Behind this is the Rush-Bagot Memorial, which historically denotes the Rush-Bagot Treaty of 1817. This treaty essentially demilitarized the US/Canadian border.

Also paved into this memorial are the remains of an unknown number of unknown defenders of "Old Fort Niagara." You would think that such a memorial as this would demand better photographic documentation in a collection like this one,'s a particularly unphotogenic monument. Just kind of a flat thing, with a few steps and a bunch of plaques, giving one an unfettered view of featureless water.