We're so glad you can join us

The Big Day

Credit

Philip Grausman, Leucantha, 1993, aluminum, 108 in x 118 in x 118 in, Grounds For Sculpture, Gift of The Seward Johnson Atelier, photo: David Michael Howarth Photography

Here’s some information to better acquaint you with the sculpture garden and make your arrival easy as (wedding) cake…

ABOUT THE VENUE

Grounds For Sculpture is a 42-acre sculpture park, museum, and arboretum in Hamilton, New Jersey. It is mid-way between New York and Philadelphia, and 15 minutes from Princeton. As our guest, we invite you to come early and walk around (bring your comfy shoes and a camera!). You’ll find nearly 300 contemporary sculptures sited on 42 beautifully tended, plus peacocks (!) and koi fish in the ponds.

Rat’s Restaurant, located on the property of Grounds For Sculpture, is a whimsical dining destination inspired by Claude Monet’s beloved Giverny. When you arrive to Rat’s Restaurant, you can park in the restaurant lot. An event assistant will greet and direct you to the restaurant entrance. Once inside, staff will be on hand to further orient you and you can access the gardens. Wrist bands will be provided upon entering. Parking is free. For our guests with mobility impairments, please contact Grounds For Sculpture in advance by calling (609) 586-0616 to arrange for assistance.

Our event will take place rain or shine. Nothing can stop us (we may just have to spend more time indoors)!

GETTING THERE |IMPORTANT ADDRESSES

GET SOCIAL!

Please share your photos with us on social media. Tag us – and tag @GroundsForSculpture too!

COME BACK AND EXPLORE

Grounds For Sculpture is extending our guests a special $10 discount on membership. Members get free, unlimited access to the sculpture garden year-round, passes for guests, and discounts on shopping, dining, classes, and more. If you want to come back and explore more, take advantage of this offer by using code GFS WEDDINGS when you check-out here.

Can’t wait to celebrate with you!

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