$12 for Two Adult Admissions at Grounds for Sculpture

Hamilton

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In a Nutshell

  • Contemporary sculpture garden
  • Seasonal exhibits
  • Guided tours
  • Family friendly

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Expires Feb 2nd, 2012. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 as gift. Must use in 1 visit. No cash back. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

Sculpture gardens have finally merged the pulchritude of art with untamed nature, far surpassing failed artistic endeavors like crop circle paint by numbers and sand art-filled canyons. Find the muse amongst stone and sod with today’s Groupon: for $12, you get two adult tickets at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton (up to a $24 value). Children ages 5 and younger are admitted free of charge at Grounds for Sculpture. Grounds for Sculpture arrays dazzling contemporary sculptures and seasonal exhibits across the grounds of a 35-acre arboretum. Wander the grassy terrain to gaze at more than 250 stunning sculpted stones and statues, pausing to examine Black Trunk, a nearly 10-foot high decomposed, bronzed, and stacked tree trunk or Transduction, a spiky tower of gold leaf and steel triangular prisms. From May through October, guests can explore the grounds on weekends with regularly scheduled drop-in tours, and encounter tactile art with touch tours for the blind. Miniature stone admirers can learn to sculpt their own souvenir or homework-eating dog in regularly scheduled Tots on Tour activities for kids ages 3 to 5.

Reviews

Living In Monmouth, NewJerseyNewsroom.com, and Associated Content have all featured Grounds For Sculpture. Yelpers and TripAdvisors both give it a 4.5 owl eye average. More than 5,000 Facebookers are fans.

  • Grounds For Sculpture, a magical place where visitors can lose themselves in the magnificent and the unexpected. – Noreen Braman, Associated Content
  • More than 240 works adorn the grounds, along walkways that wind through a landscape of settings carefully crafted to provide views from the stately to the intimate, the processional to the startling. – Joe Tyrrell, NewJerseyNewsroom.com