Trenton

Grounds for Sculpture

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609.586.0616

18 Fairgrounds Rd., Trenton, NJ 08619.

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07/18/14
Matt S.
Easy 5. Never would've thought that an outdoor park this close to Trenton would've impressed me, but I was certainly mistaken. You can always be sure...

07/14/14
John K.
A very interesting place.There is a special Seward Johnson retrospective now. The prettiest part of the park is near Rats Restaurant and I'd call it...

07/14/14
Camy C.
Awesome outdoor sculpture park!!! This place is a must go/see if you like outdoors and paintings/arts. I had gone to Storm King a few times and only heard...
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05/06/10
August B
When you walk in, it doesn't even feel like you're in NJ. You feel transported to Europe or Asia. There are over 250 sculptures - 35 beautiful acres - peacocks running wild. It's great fun!
11/24/10
Funda K
Find the albino peacock!
04/13/10
Michael Gattelli
Go to Rat's for excellent French inspired food, then walk the vast sculpture grounds. Bring a camera
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rating 4.6 out of 5
02/08/15
Brianna Lynn
Great experience, but a wintery nightmare. Somewhat overpriced for the time of year. Everything was wet and covered in slush. So basically I spent thirty dollars for my partner and I to ruin her eighty dollar pair of uggs. Several people walking around were overdressed, as if they had just gotten of....
11/03/14
Stephanie Kirby
This place is absolutely MAGICAL. We had only a couple of hours in the area to sightsee and this came up on Google. I figured it would be a collection of random sculptures along a pretty pathway, but this is a whole other world -- art, fun and nostalgia tucked into every beautiful acre.
12/25/14
Omkar Sankaran
The first time we went here was in the winter 2013 - if you go on a cold day be sure to bundle up and wear warm gloves. It's all outdoor - they have small warming rooms spread across the park and there are a few indoor exhibits. The second time was on a warmer day in July 2014. You can spend anywher....
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