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We visited Franconia Sculpture Park today. An easy drive from Twin Cities. It is a very interesting place on a very large piece of land. Some of the sculptures are quirky, but it was a lot of fun to see the wide variety on display....More
This visit was with my husband and I and our two girls ages 10 and 12. There is a lot of sculptures here ! A lot of them are very large. And a number of then you can actually play on ! I think the...More
Interesting place to visit if you are into quirky art. I did not get much out of the various sculptures even after reading the blurbs that went with the work. There was one that was meant to honor the tsunami victims of Japan in 2011(?)...More
We were on the way to Taylor falls and saw a few sculptures from the road, so we decided to take a look. We thought this would be 1 hour tops, but we were there for about 3 hours, there was so much to look...More
I took my kids (11,10, 7) and it was much better than I had anticipated!! If you can enjoy quirky art, I highly recommend a trip here. Pack some snacks, bring drinks, have bug spray as there's long grass everywhere (trails nicely mowed though), and...More
I am one of the lucky people that get to drive by this unique, open exhibit every day on my way to and from work. They occasionally have music or hot metal pouring events but I usually avoid these as the parking lot is always...More
We were in the area on a beautiful day. It was quite busy, but we found a place to park. The trails are handicap accessible and you can also rent a golf cart for people with mobility issues. The kids liked climbing on some of...More
My grandkids (all under 9) loved this sculpture park. Everything is kid friendly and they loved climbing on the different sculptures. A very large area to cover and something new and different around every corner.