Free admission. Pay parking is available in the City of Minneapolis garage on the Walker site (entrance on Vineland Place at Bryant Avenue), in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden pay lot, and on the street (hourly and metered).
- 1 Is the Walker Sculpture Garden free?
- 2 What is the largest urban sculpture garden in the US?
- 3 Are dogs allowed at the Walker Sculpture Garden?
- 4 Where is the giant spoon and cherry?
- 5 How much is the Walker Art Center?
- 6 Where is the largest sculpture garden in the United States?
- 7 What is the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes?
- 8 Who made Spoonbridge and Cherry?
- 9 Can you bring food to the sculpture garden?
- 10 Can you picnic at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden?
- 11 Can you picnic at the Walker Sculpture Garden?
Is the Walker Sculpture Garden free?
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is free, requires no tickets for admission, and is open from 6 am to 12 midnight every day.
What is the largest urban sculpture garden in the US?
The largest urban sculpture garden in the country, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is a joint project of the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board (MPRB) and the Walker Art Center. In 2016-17, it was fully reconstructed as a more sustainable, accessible space featuring a number of new artworks.
Are dogs allowed at the Walker Sculpture Garden?
If you enjoy art and sculpture and want to get the pup out for a good sniff, stroll through the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, located on Vineland across from the Walker Art Center. Dogs are not allowed in the conservatory but are welcome to peruse almost every other area in the 11-acre garden.
Where is the giant spoon and cherry?
Spoonbridge and Cherry is a sculptural fountain designed by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. It was funded by a $500,000 donation from art collector Frederick R. Weisman and is permanently located in the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden.
How much is the Walker Art Center?
Admission: $15 (adults), $13 (seniors 62+), $10 (students), FREE for children and teens under 18 and Walker members. Active military $7.50. Free every Target Free Thursday Night (5–9 pm) and the first Saturday of every month.
Where is the largest sculpture garden in the United States?
Brookgreen Gardens contains the largest and most comprehensive collection of American figurative sculpture in the country, displayed in a stunning garden setting, three galleries and a visible storage and research facility.
What is the Minneapolis Chain of Lakes?
The Chain of Lakes is one of seven byway districts along the Grand Rounds National Scenic Byway. The Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board hits the road every summer with a free movie and concert series that travels to parks across the city with Music and Movies in the Parks.
Who made Spoonbridge and Cherry?
More attractions are open during the summer, including the Wabun wading pool and the Sea Salt Eatery, but a wintertime visit is still worthwhile for a peek at the magnificent frozen falls. Minnehaha Park is open daily, free of charge, from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. or midnight.
Can you bring food to the sculpture garden?
In the outdoor Sculpture Garden, visitors are permitted to bring outside food but not outside alcohol. The Sculpture Garden’s Pavilion Café, an independently operated restaurant, does not permit outside food. Alcoholic beverages brought from outside are prohibited and are subject to confiscation.
Can you picnic at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden?
Great people-watching and interesting art, including the iconic Spoonbridge and Cherry, make the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden a prime spot for picnickers.
Can you picnic at the Walker Sculpture Garden?
Chaperones are requested to keep students together and under supervision at all times. No food or beverages are allowed in the Garden. Bag lunches are not permitted. If your group would like to picnic, we encourage you to take the bridge to Loring Park.