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This free sculpture garden is so beautiful with many sculptures. The paths are level except for a bridge across a small pond with 1-step up. A map of the garden is available at the entrance. Large variety of artistic styles.....
This sculpture garden, set behind the art museum in City Park, is a quiet and reflective spot in the hustle and bustle of New Orleans. Admission is free, the grounds are large, and the sculptures themselves are evocative and interesting. (There are bathrooms available as...More
It's a fine garden with a little lake, walking paths and even a few bridges.
The sculptures are well displayed, with clear signage. They're spread out a bit so maybe the museum is expecting more to be added.
It's part of the regular museum but...More
The sculpture garden is located in City Park. It opens daily at 10am. This is a part of New Orleans Museum of Art, however you can go to the sculpture garden for free. There is a total of 64 sculptures but we didn’t get to...More
My mom, adult son, and I stopped here and my mom was concerned that she wouldn't be able to walk all the way around because of her hips. This was just the right size for her. Sculptures were fun. Worth the stop.
We loved it. It was fabulous walking around this expansive sculpture garden both with classic, modern and contemporary sculptures. The garden is in the process of being expanded, so some of the areas were blocked off. I love George Segal’s work and I was disappointing...More
This small sculpture museum is really special as it combines modern/contemporary pieces with the big New Orleans’ trees. It has a small lake. The museum should take you less than one hour to visit but it is worth it.