Laumeier Sculpture Park
Laumeier Sculpture Park is a living laboratory where artists and audiences explore the relationship between contemporary art and the natural environment. Founded in 1976, Laumeier is one of the first and largest dedicated sculpture parks in the country, making it an institution of international significance as well as a unique complement to the cultural landscape of the St. Louis region. Laumeier is a nonprofit, accredited art museum that operates in partnership with St. Louis County Parks. Projects and programs are supported by the Mark Twain Laumeier Endowment Fund, the Regional Arts Commission, the University of Missouri-St. Louis, Missouri Arts Council and the Arts and Education Council of St. Louis. Laumeier presents 60 works of large-scale outdoor sculpture in a 105-acre park available free to the public year-round, and serves 300,000 patrons annually through temporary exhibitions, education programs, public events and sculpture conservation.
Dogs are welcome in the outdoor galleries at Laumeier, but they must be leashed at all times and picked up after by owners.
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We had a good walk around the park. It was a bit hot that day so I would recommend you take water and hats or umbrellas. There are some shady spots to rest. The sculptures are neat to look at and...Full Review
We spent a few hours walking through the park enjoying the wonderful sculptures. Only downside was that you cannot climb on or touch most of them as the boys would really have enjoyed that more.Full Review