Salado Sculpture Garden

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Janet S
Austin, TX29 contributions
Aug 2020 • Solo
Nice little sculpture garden with a trail to walk around the sculptures. Worth stopping by if you’re in Salado or combine with visiting the College ruins, stroll on Main Street, lunch. You’ll probably be here less than 30 minutes.
Written August 3, 2020
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tiannaconner
Copperas Cove, TX6 contributions
Jun 2016 • Family
It was nicer than i expected! I had loads of fun with my sister!! It is hard to find because of all the construction. You might not want to wear open toed shoes because the path is bumpy. It took approximately thirty minutes to tour the whole garden. Overall it was a very cute and a fun experience 10/10 would go again!!!
Written June 19, 2016
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Lieu H
Fort Worth, TX237 contributions
Apr 2015 • Couples
The sculptures are laid out in a loop in this small garden which provides for a short stroll through the artwork. We visited for approximately 20minutes felt that was adequate time to appreciate the sculptures. It was a quiet day when we went, with only one other small group of visitors aside from us. We had a difficult time finding the garden as the signage for it was really non-existent the first time we went. However, we were slapping our foreheads once we found it because it was right off the main street! This is a free attraction and hosts rotating works of art, so we feel it is always worth a quick drop in when we visit Salado. It just added to our tour of scattered sculptures and artworks throughout the town.
Written March 30, 2016
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TravelBell54
Austin, TX8 contributions
Apr 2013
There is not really that much to see in the sculpture garden and the location is really poor. Not worth you time.
Written May 7, 2013
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Itsmekcr
New Lenox, IL772 contributions
Nice place to relax and stroll, very nice sculptures, beautiful town. We absolutely love this town. Love all the art. This is a likely spot for us to retire to..
Written October 29, 2014
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Cissy0415
Salado, TX5 contributions
Mar 2012
What a beautiful addition to a city that already has a lot of art. The Sculture Garden has the most gorgeous art glass scultures at the entrance. Inside, many different mediums
of art sculpture. A great place for all ages.
Written April 1, 2012
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Margaret W
Salado, TX18 contributions
Oct 2011 • Friends
This new sculpture garden is located just a couple of blocks off I35 in the quaint village of Salado, just 40 miles north of Austin. Experience the natural landscape with walking paths and native plants with the beautiful fine art sculptures.
Written November 9, 2011
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brutus b
Las Vegas, NV7 contributions
Sep 2020
Took the kids here to check out the art. They had fun. It kept them busy for about an hour and a half. The art was great and unique. Didn't cost anything to go which was a bonus. Recommend checking it out.
Written September 23, 2020
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Brandi K
Fort Worth, TX798 contributions
Mar 2019 • Friends
The artwork was fun, although several pieces seemed to have been purchased but not replaced with anything else. The grounds are lacking though. IT would be nice if the plants and trees were identified, just for fun sake since they aren't going anywhere. The grounds overall just felt like someone sort of cares, but not enough to really care. It was mowed...but beyond that no effort was made to make this feel like a high quality experience. We still enjoyed meandering through the art but I feel like it was lacking in some love and pride.
Written March 11, 2019
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Dallasgal56
Frisco, TX314 contributions
Aug 2017 • Couples
This is a drive-up and do-it-yourself sculpture garden among ta Texas Wildscape (wish the plants were tagged too.) There is a rock path that meanders around the pieces. Total there are probably a 15 or so metal works, each with a Title and most with prices. It is not clear how you might purchase a piece, but interesting stop non the less.
Written August 14, 2017
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