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We found this place by mistake (we were looking for the botanical gardens)! The outdoor grounds are lush and green, and are decorated with beautiful sculptures in the middle of nature. There is a pond with turtles as well. We spent about 40 minutes here,...更多
Great place to relax and enjoy the scenery. It is an Austin gem that is usually booked up for wedding and such. But, if you get an opportunity to visit, please do. You won't regret it!
Love it here. Very beautiful and a graceful living vibe. The statues are fantastic. Every year there is a festival with many artist and food. Wonderful!
This is an astonishingly beautiful place. Be sure you have good directions - our GPS led us to the back side of the garden and there was no entrance from there.
Lovely museum created from the home of a UT art professor. He taught Farrah Fawcett in the 70s and the became lifelong friends. For some period of time you can see samples of their work and their long friendship. Even without the exhibit, this is...更多
The garden provides a lovely, tranquil setting for the Umlauf sculptures. We definitely enjoyed our visit. Interesting to find out that Farrah Fawcett was a student of his at UT. Some of her works were on display in the visitor center.
We thought there would be pieces by many artists, but there were only pieces by Umlaut. This is a gorgeous setting, and the inside talks about Umlaut and his relationship with Farah Faucett and has photos and sculptures of her and about her, but overall...更多
This Sculpture Garden is a shaded wonderland with stroll paths around a creek and pond with Umlaufs sculptures set in...更多
After visiting the beautiful sculpture garden in New Orleans, I was expecting a similar experience here in Austin. Terribly disappointed! Not sure of what type of experience the other visitors had in the past but would definitively not recommend it. The garden itself takes about...更多
German imigre and UT professor Charles Umlauf has an interesting history, one entertwined with both World Wars, the Depression and with former UT student, Farrah Fawcett. Her artwork is currently being displayed along with that of her mentor, Charles Umlauf. The scene is a gently...更多