This is an amazing place to visit. So peaceful and beautiful. The sculpture garden is ethereal and don't forget to visit the workshop. Again, an amazing place to see.
We frequently visit the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens to unwind and reconnect. It is free and friendly - lots of benches for those who want to just sit and absorb the quiet beauty.
Did not what to expect and was very pleasantly surprised. The grounds are not big but the combination of the sculptures and the gardens made it worth the trip because of the visually interesting landscape. The diversity of palm trees in a private garden was amazing to see. The highlight of the visit was the woman in visitor services. She... More
Be prepared for abstract sculpture. The Ann Norton pieces are large brickworks. Interesting to look at but not really to my taste. But the gardens were pleasant and worth a look for the $7 entry fee. The house where you enter also houses art. Again abstract pieces by both Ann Norton and, during my visit, a temporary show of mixed... More
I recently was staying at the Chesterfield Palm Beach hotel which is walking distance to this garden, so I was able to leisurely walk over and explore. What a lovely garden with interesting sculptures this was. I couldn't believe it was free. I'd definitely recommend a visit, especially if you're staying in the area.
Various Palm trees, beautiful works of art by Ann Norton, great location by the intracoastal, you can't go wrong by visiting this place!
This is a place you think you've died and gone to Heaven. It is right on the Intracoastal. They have a beautiful house and gardens to explore. They have parties and receptions some nights if you are a member.
I do not know how I missed this in the 15 or so years I have been visiting the Lake Worth/West Palm Beach area. Everyone knows of the Norton Museum, but this is a separate institution nearby, with a wonderful story and changing exhibits. You can visit the sculpting studio of the late Ann Norton, the second wife of the... More
The Ann Norton Scultpure Gardens is a unique place. One can walk around and see her mammoth sculptures, or peruse the interior which always has an art display of either one artist or a collection of several. On one visit, they were preparing for a party and I could just imagine holding my daughter's wedding there. What a lovely place.
You could easily miss this driving up Flagler but we caught sight of it the week before and were so glad we went back to check it out. The $7 entrance fee is well worth it. we were greeted by a lovely lady who gave us the history of the building and Ann Nortons life before setting us loose in... More
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