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Grand Rapids, MI
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Fred and Lena in Milan, Italy studio of Arnaldo Pomodoro
Exhibition: A National Treasure: Fred Meijer, His Collection and Legacy
02/01/2019 – 08/25/2019.(more information)
Fred and Lena in Milan, Italy studio of Arnaldo Pomodoro
Exhibition: A National Treasure: Fred Meijer, His Collection and Legacy
02/01/2019 – 08/25/2019.(more information)
Fred and Lena Meijer
Fred and Lena Meijer
Fred Meijer
Exhibition: A National Treasure: Fred Meijer, His Collection and Legacy
02/01/2019 – 08/25/2019.(more information)
Fred Meijer
Exhibition: A National Treasure: Fred Meijer, His Collection and Legacy
02/01/2019 – 08/25/2019.(more information)
Lena and Fred Meijer and Mark di Suvero
Lena and Fred Meijer and Mark di Suvero
Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park
1000 E. Beltline Ave NE
Grand Rapids, MI 49525
  Main phone: 888-957-1580 
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Sculpture Park

Hours:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday: 9 am-5 pm
Tuesday: 9 am-9 pm
Sunday: 11 am-5 pm

Fees:
Adults (14 - 64): $14.50
Seniors (65 and older): $11.00
Students (w/ student ID): $11.00
Children (5 - 13): $7.00
Children (3 - 4): $4.00
Children (2 and younger): Free

*Group rates are available (minimum of 20 people)

Mission Statement:
To promote the enjoyment, understanding, and appreciation of gardens, sculpture, the natural environment, and the arts.

About
One of the world's most significant botanic and sculpture experiences, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park serves over 725,000 visitors annually. Meijer Gardens was recently ranked in the top 100 most-visited art museums worldwide by Art Newspaper, the leading publication in global art news. The 158-acre main campus features Michigan's largest tropical conservatory; one of the largest children's gardens in the country; arid and Victorian gardens with bronze sculptures by Degas and Rodin; a carnivorous plant house; outdoor gardens; and a 1900-seat outdoor amphitheater, featuring an eclectic mix of world-renowned musicians every summer. The internationally acclaimed Sculpture Park features a permanent collection including works by Oldenburg, Moore, Serra, Bourgeois and Plensa, among others.

Indoor galleries host changing sculpture exhibitions with recent exhibitions by Picasso, Degas, di Suvero, Borofsky, Calder and Dine. In June 2015, the eight-acre Richard & Helen DeVos Japanese Garden at Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park opened. Created by renowned designer Hoichi Kurisu, the garden will also feature sculpture by Anish Kapoor, Zhang Huan and Guiseppe Penone, among others.

The Richard and Helen DeVos Japanese Garden
One of the most revered and deeply appreciated international garden styles, this 8-acre addition opened in 2015 and furthers the organization's dual mission of horticulture and sculpture. Created by international designer, Hoichi Kurisu, the garden encompasses tranquility, simplicity and beauty which are the very essence of a Japanese garden. In addition to a Zen-style garden, cloud-form pine trees, four waterfalls, a teahouse, stone walkways, gazebos and a diverse group of plantings that are hearty to West Michigan, this garden features Contemporary sculptures by international masters: Anish Kapoor, Zhang Huan, Masayuki Koorida, Giuseppe Penone, George Rickey, Jenny Holzer and David Nash.

Exhibitions:

A National Treasure: Fred Meijer, His Collection and Legacy
February 1 – August 25, 2019.
(more information)

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Sculpture Park

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