This Outdoor Museum Near Austin Is A Hidden Gem That’s Completely Free To Visit
Bring your dogs for some cute pics!
Finding somewhere fun to spend your days off can be hard. So we have just the thing for you. Bee Cave is a city near Austin that has plenty of unique things to do or see, similar to it's name. There, you'll find an adorable sculpture park hidden in the city just begging you to visit it.
Sculptures of Bee Cave is completely free to visit and sits in a seven-acre park with sculptures spread throughout. The park is even next to over 20 different species of plants, all of which are native. So while you're posing with creative sculptures for your Insta feed, you'll also be surrounded by gorgeous wildlife. Two birds with one stone! The map on the official website for Sculptures of Bee Cave highlights 24 different sculptures, all different from the next and some only there for a limited time.
While many of the sculptures are permanent, some are only there for a short amount of time. If you have visited the park once or twice before, then going back could be a different experience entirely. The classics, however, will stick around for as long as the park is there. Such as this giant chess board. Care for a friendly match?
The Beehive, Earth Mother, and Full Bloom are just some of the sculpture names you'll come to see and love after visiting. They look exactly like they sound, but in sculpture form, they are bigger and better than ever.
With Bee Cave not being too far from Austin, after a day at the park, you can stop by and experience. Whether you're with friends, your S/O, or even your family, is the perfect place to experience something they probably never have before.
Sculptures of Bee Cave
Address: 13333 TX-71, Bee Cave, TX 78738
Why You Need To Go: This park has the cutest and coolest sculptures and it's completely free to visit!