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Grounds for Sculpture, a sculpture park located between Philly and NYC, also offers indoor exhibits and downloadable tours for your phone.

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Grounds for Sculpture, a sculpture park located between Philly and NYC, also offers indoor exhibits and downloadable tours for your phone. Pictured: "Dorion" (1986) by Bruce Beasley, stainless steel.
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Upcoming special events include Honey Bee Weekend (Feb. 17-18), a Cherry Blossom Paper Workshop (Feb. 18), and a Seed Bomb Workshop (Feb. 25). Pictured: "On Poppied Hill" (1999) by Seward Johnson, cast bronze and aluminum.
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You'll find work by both rising stars and well-known contemporary sculptors in museum buildings and the park itself. Pictured: "Bull (#4)" and "Bull (#5)," (2002) by Peter Woytuk, cast bronze.
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Grounds for Sculpture incorporates its art with beautiful natural settings. Pictured: "Eolith" (1994) by Isaac Witkin, Blue Mountain granite.
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No, they're not real! Well, they're "real" in the sense that they're made of real cast bronze. Pictured: "Sailing the Seine" (1999) by Seward Johnson.
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You can tour the grounds, including the Monet Bridge, on your own, take a guided tour, or download a tour app.
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Grounds for Sculpture is open daily from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is $12 for adults and $8 for kids ages 6-17. Pictured: "If It Were Time" (1999), cast bronze and aluminum.
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Grounds for Sculpture is located at 18 Fairgrounds Road, Hamilton, N.J., about 170 miles from downtown D.C. Pictured: "Arch II" (1993) by Strong-Cuevas, fabricated brushed aluminum.
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Rat's Restaurant ("Delightful cuisine. Eclectic wine and spirits. Exquisite views.") is located on-site, and while we're unsure why they'd want to make us think about rats while we eat, is designed to evoke a village from a Monet painting. There are also two other, more casual dining options.
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