Very nice to walk through when vsiiting the museum district, eg. when going from the Museum of Fine Arts to the Museum of Comtemporary art. Wonderful atmosphere.
A wonderful collection of sculptures in a lovely , green tree filled setting. The whole space was beautifully designed so the great variety of trees provide an architectural backdrop. The sculptures evoked a wide variety of emotions from smiles, laughter, sadness, admiration, pleasure, intrigue. We were impressed to see a Rodin, Miro, Matisse as well as contemporary American and European... More
We apparently got too close to a sculpture and an over-active security guard jumped out of his seat and waved his hands and said “HEY”. Ok message received we were too close; however he continued to follow us the rest of our visit. Every time we would turn around he would be there staring at us. It felt like we... More
I live a block from the MFAH and this is actually my dog's favorite place to go! The area is quiet and there are few people viewing the art. The sculptures are amazing and cover a wide variety of artists. The grass is also lush!
The weather was beautiful and it was a perfect day for a stroll through the sculpture garden. It's not very big, should only take about 45 minutes to walk around and see the art. Nice place to sit and reflect, enjoy a snack or picnic lunch, and be surrounded by such famous art. All ages will enjoy this beautiful garden!... More
Had lunch from the taco truck in the sculpture garden which was a nice break from the museum. Some of the sculptures don't grab me, and the plaques listing the names of the pieces and sculptors are rather small and sometimes not obviously placed.
The sculptures themselves. . well .. .. . I'm not a fan of most contemporary art - it's simply too difficult to determine its merit. But there are a few pieces in this garden that are fun to look at. . and the setting, can't be beat. Lovely little garden sprinkled with benches. We were visiting the museum, and toured... More
Don't expect a very large garden--it's about 20 pieces in a smallish setting. But! It's free to enter, and there is a free parking lot right next to the garden, making this a nice stop in the Museum District. TIP: There are tables and chairs at the entrance, and some nearby food trucks, making this a nice outdoor lunch spot!
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