FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
- What should we do if we are running late?
If your group is running late, please call (609) 586-0616 and let us know your new estimated arrival time. Groups more than 20 minutes late for guided tours may be asked to self-guide.
- Where do we park?
Grounds For Sculpture has ample, free parking on a first-come, first-serve basis. If traveling by bus, you will be directed to a designated parking area upon arrival.
- Where do we check in?
When you arrive to Grounds For Sculpture, please check in and pay any remaining balance at the information desk located in the Welcome Center of the Seward Johnson Center for the Arts. Once your group is checked in, you will receive wristbands for all group members. Please make sure everyone in your group wears their wristbands throughout your visit.
- Where do we meet for our Guided Tour?
Guided Tours meet at the Welcome Center of the Seward Johnson Center for the Arts unless otherwise noted.
- Can we explore Grounds For Sculpture after our Guided Tour?
Yes, we encourage all groups to explore the grounds on their own after a Guided Tour. Chaperones must stay with students at all times when self-guiding throughout the gardens and exhibitions.
- Where are restrooms located?
Restrooms and water fountains are located in the Welcome Center, the Museum, and the Domestic Arts Building.
- Are there maps available of Grounds For Sculpture?
Yes, all guests are encouraged to explore GFS using our free interactive at org. In addition, printed site maps are available for a small fee in the Welcome Center.
- Is there Shopping at Grounds For Sculpture?
Yes, our Museum Shop is located in the Welcome Center of the Seward Johnson Center for the Arts. Please note, Pre-K-12 groups are welcome to visit the museum shop in groups of ten under adult supervision. School Goodie Bags can also be preordered in advance of your visit. For information on School Goodie Bags, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Is there a way to find out what artwork is on view before my visit?
Please visit the Art section of our website to learn more about our collection and exhibitions on view.