Baltimore Museum of Art Sculpture Garden

10 Art Museum Drive
Baltimore
MD 21218

Baltimore Museum of Art Sculpture Garden

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BMA sculpture Garden
Promedio: 5 (1 vote)

The BMA’s Sculpture Gardens are free to the public and open during Museum hours:
Wednesday–Friday, 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Saturday–Sunday, 11 a.m. – 6 p.m.

The Sculpture Gardens close during inclement weather.
Public events include Summer Jazz in the Sculpture Garden concerts.

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The Sculpture Garden at the BMA deserves a Baltimore Green Map nomination because it is a private (meaning secluded, not closed to the public), shaded space in the heart of Baltimore City in which to view not only art (much of which references nature and animal life), but also a wide variety of plants, flowers, rabbits and birds.

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The Sculpture Garden is a fun place to be. It’s a peaceful place to be because the sculptures
make the garden beautiful and it is a beautiful place.
-Lisa, 5th grade

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The Sculpture Garden at the BMA deserves a Baltimore Green Map nomination because it is a private (meaning secluded, not closed to the public), shaded space in the heart of Baltimore City in which to view not only art (much of which references nature and animal life), but also a wide variety of plants, flowers, rabbits and birds.

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The Sculpture Garden is a fun place to be. It’s a peaceful place to be because the sculptures
make the garden beautiful and it is a beautiful place.
-Lisa, 5th grade

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