This garden is very well laid out, with periodically changing exhibitions presented in the museum. On the day we were there in February, 2014, a set of sculptures was featured that compared/contrasted the works of Charles Umlauf with his contemporary, Charles Williams (the former tending toward realism, the latter toward abstraction)..
Visitors are provided with very nicely-produced guides, which contain excellent descriptions of the garden's permanent sculptures. There's an admission fee, but the Umlauf facility has reciprocity agreements with a number of museums across the U.S., so if you belong to one of those there is no charge.
Although situated alongside a fairly busy road, the sounds of traffic are barely noticeable from the garden itself, so you get the added benefit of a peaceful place to walk around outdoors, not far from downtown Austin.
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