You Can Visit This Crazy Sculpture Garden In Frisco For Free This Summer
Art, but for the 'gram.
By now, your artsy summer Instagram is probably in full swing. If you're running out of places to have a good time and take some wonderful photos at the same time, we have just the place for you. In the middle of the busy city, the Texas Sculpture Garden in Frisco provides a nice scenic view and tons of amazing art to take pictures with.
The garden has about 40 works of art and is located in Hall Park. It is the largest private collection of sculptures made available to the public and it is beautiful. Some of the sculptures include people dancing, statue bunnies, delightfully colored rocks, and some things that will remind you of Beetlejuice. You'll see gorgeous fountains and there are places to sit outside and enjoy the day when the weather is nice enough to allow it.
Visitors can also go inside the garden's art building to see the extended exhibit. The artworks depict everything from people working at all hours to the Texas bluebonnets. Most of the works of art reference something about the state, whether it be the flowers or the giant butterflies hanging around.
The garden is open year-round. The outside portion of the garden is open from sunrise to sunset and the indoor potion is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. With about 162-acres of art to explore, this is the perfect spot to get artsy and take an amazing photo.
The Texas Sculpture Garden is located at 6801 Gaylord Parkway Frisco, Texas 75034. For more information and to get a list of all the amazing works of art, you can visit their website here.
Texas Sculpture Garden
Address: 6801 Gaylord Parkway Frisco, Texas 75034
Why You Need To Go: This garden has around 40 works of art all dedicated to the great state of Texas. It's free and it's a great place to hang out when the weather is nice.