Enjoy the fresh air, get a little exercise, and soak up some art and culture with a visit to the Texas Sculpture Garden at Hall Park in Frisco. Established by Craig and Kathryn Hall, it is hailed as the largest private collection of contemporary Texas sculpture available to the public.
What Will You See?
Spread across four acres of Hall Park in Frisco, the Texas Sculpture Garden is a unique and significant collection, comprising more than 40 works of contemporary sculpture. Open to the public year-round, the collection celebrates the work of prominent Texas artists including Edward Lee Hendricks, Sherry Owens, Eliseo Garcia, Alice Bateman, Zad Roumaya, and many more. The gardens themselves feature lovely manicured grounds with winding paths and several water features.
Planning Your Visit
The sculpture garden is open daily from dawn to dusk and entrance is free. There is also an interior art collection open weekdays from 9 AM to 5 PM in the lobby of 6801 Gaylord Parkway adjacent to the outdoor art. You can view or download a map of the park with the locations of each art installation before you visit or pick up a printed copy of the map at 6801 Gaylord Parkway. A free self-guided audio tour is also available via Otocast.
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