Most People Have No Idea There's A Sculpture Garden Hiding In Dallas - Fort Worth And It's Magical
What do thirty-foot steel dancers, whimsical ravens, a family of jackrabbits, and a Celtic spirit catcher have in common? They are all on display at the private Texas Sculpture Garden in Frisco! The sculptures are spread across four acres at the entrance of Hall Park. Check out the magic for yourself:
Hall Park is a thriving 162-acre business area in Frisco.
The business park embraces the outdoors with its vast lakes and fountain areas throughout.
Developers wanted to draw office workers outdoors to enjoy the Texas sunshine as work schedules allow.
Fountains and trails are featured throughout the office park.
But it is the collection of sculptures that steal the show.
Art collector Craig Hall envisioned making art available for the enjoyment for everyone and for it to provide a connection with the community. He accomplished it with the Texas Sculpture Garden.
All of the sculptures were constructed by Texas artists.
There are 20 large sculptures throughout the garden.
There are 13 additional sculptures indoors as well. Over 150 pieces of art are can be found in the development.
Each sculpture was selected with the purpose of initiating a conversation.
Unique materials add to the visual interest.
The outdoor garden is viewable daily from dawn to dusk.
Interior works can be seen between 9:00 A.M. and 5:00 P.M. on weekdays.
Visitors can even download an art map
here to be sure they see all the sculptures displayed throughout the four-acre garden. Find the park at 6801 Gaylord Pkwy. and the Dallas North Tollway in Frisco.
Were you aware of this hidden Texas Sculpture Garden, and if so, which sculpture did you like best? Share your thoughts with us in the comments below!
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