Great place to take a walk through. Lots of interesting pieces and best of all -- it's free! Gets a bit muddy after rain pr snow melt, so be sure to wear appropriate footwear.
We stopped in for a self tour, it started to drizzle, no problem for a donation we used one of their golf carts (with a roof) There are sculptures all over, spread out over 40 some acres. Like anything else some were much more interesting than others but over all it was really cool. Great activity for friends, family, a... 更多
We recently went there for an afternoon trip and I loved it...there is ample space to walk around and you can stroll and look at the 15+ huge outdoor sculptures...the playgrounds are awesome to look at in greater detail. This is great for kids, too. Loved it!
These big sculptures are fun to see. There's lots of walking involved and as you stroll you happen across sculptures hidden in nooks and crannies, behind bushes or trees that hid them from view. There's one with a ladder to climb, some the kids can swing on, lots to see. The descriptions are not very helpful so ignore them and... 更多
I wish to join the enthusiastic throng praising this awesome Minnesota attraction. Kids learn a lot just by strolling through the now-expanded grounds of this place. I can't think of anything to improve it. Possibly by having more hands-on art MAKING stuff--and I'm guessing that exists but I didn't see it. Stay for 15 minutes or three hours--there's so much... 更多
I stopped with my teen son to search for Pokemon but from the parking lot we could tell we were going to put the phone away and enjoy the art. We ended up walking through the park with the pooch on a leash and having a really pleasant conversation. If you have a teenage son you know that those heart... 更多
The two of us came here on a Saturday afternoon and were pleasantly surprised to find out that there was entertainment---FABULOUS entertainment! The day was lovely and the sculptures are fun, quirky, interesting, delightful, insightful--
What do you need to know about this place? It's a solid drive (45 min. from St. Paul) but is made convenient by its proximity to the popular Taylors Falls area. It's free, except we had to pay $5 for parking on a weekend event day. They have a regular summer schedule; check it out in advance so you can... 更多