This World-Class Sculpture Park Might Be The Best Place to Go For A Picnic in Portland, Maine
Our lovely Maine weather is returning, and that means Picnic Season! We found a great FREE place for you to have a special downtown Portland hangout. It's the David E Shaw and Family Sculpture Park at the distinguished Portland Museum of Art. You can gain entrance on High Street, around the corner from the museum's main entrance. How cool would it be to meet up with your friends amongst some of the most beautiful public art in Maine?
The sculpture park is open for free to anyone during PMA hours. Right now, that's Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 am until 6 pm. On Fridays, 10 am until 8 pm. Friday's are also free admission days to the entire museum!
According to the PMA website, artworks in the park include
Hearsay by John Bisbee, Human Structures (24 Figures Connected) by Jonathan Borofsky, Moment by Anthony Caro, Play Sculpture by Isamu Noguchi, Rising Cairn by Celeste Roberge, and Spirit of the Dance by William Zorach.
Service animals are allowed.
Food is allowed-just clean up after yourself
The park is wheelchair accessible.
Kids will love it!
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