The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden is essentially a free museum in a park, welcoming residents and tourists alike.
Since opening in 1988, the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden has become one of the most popular cultural destinations in the Twin Cities and all of Minnesota. Cherished locally and renowned nationally and around the world, more than 8 million people have visited the Garden over the past 25 years.
The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden celebrated its 25th anniversary in the summer of 2013, and we need your help to ensure that the Garden continues to thrive!
More than two decades of year-round use and seasonal wear and tear have taken a toll on the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Several of the works in the Garden are in need of restoration this year, and your support for the Garden Fund will allow us to conserve Mark di Suvero’s Molecule, Tony Smith’s Amaryllis, and Louise Nevelson’s Dawn Tree.
Please join in preserving these cherished works of art by making a fully tax-deductible gift to the Walker Art Center’s Garden Fund today!