Grounds For Sculpture

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Details
18 Fairgrounds Rd (Sculptors Way)
Hamilton, NJ 08619
(609) 586-0616
Art Museum, Sculpture, Scenic Lookout
Hours
Tue–Sun: 10:00 AM–6:00 PM
Map

Foursquare Tips

  • Spend an entire lazy day here. Bring a book, find the hammock, take a nap, have a picnic or explore. Bonus: bring along an art history buff who can point out the paintings the sculptures are imitating
  • Find the albino peacock!
  • When you walk in, it doesn't even feel like you're in NJ. You feel transported to Europe or Asia. There are over 250 sculptures - 35 beautiful acres - peacocks running wild. It's great fun!
  • Beautiful statues. Be sure to bring a camera!
  • A very beautiful place to walk in don't forget to bring your CAMERA
  • You see that door that says "No Entrance" near Rats? Yeah go through that door and don't miss out on Renoir's "Luncheon of the Boating Party."
  • You can wander the picturesque setting on your own, enjoying the exotic trees and flowers, or you could take a guided tour to learn more about the dozens of works and installations on display.
  • Be sure to try and find a peacock walking around. They make for great pictures!
  • They say "no outside food allowed" but lines at the cafes tend to get very long on weekends. If you aren't obnoxious about it, you most likely can get away with bringing your own picnic.
  • Amazing sculptures..!! It is worth a visit.. I am sure you will return!! 12$ Adult entry fee. Ample parking space. Good restaurants.
  • Been there simply feel awesome!
  • Garden and sculpures!!
  • The restaurant in the evening is set in a magical setting, lovely place overall. Must visit.
  • The grounds are beautiful, the art is whimsical, thought provoking, and excellent, and the entire experience is really worth doing.
  • Art and nature blend perfectly for a truly beautiful and surreal experience. Take your time and enjoy.
  • So many great spots to sit, relax and enjoy.
  • Wander around and get weird.
  • Beautiful things are here
  • Best way to spend an afternoon with nice weather in the area.
  • This is a beautiful place. A bit steep on entry fees, but it's free to explore after eating at Rats (which I don't recommend, honestly).