Laumeier Sculpture Park

If you are planning to have a wonderful and memorable vacation with your family in St. Louis, make sure to include Laumeier Sculpture Park in your destination list. The 105-acre Laumeier Sculpture Park is actually an open-air museum and a sculpture park that is very suitable for a family vacation. The park was founded in 1968 and was originally intended as a memorial to Henry Laumeier. Today, it serves as a museum and a sculpture park drawing more than 300,000 visitors every year.




There are lots of fun and interesting things to do in the park including camping, trailing and watching outdoor movies. There are also over 70 remarkable and fascinating outdoor sculptures that you will surely love plus there is also an indoor gallery with lots of notable art pieces. The gallery is a Tudor stone mansion which served as a home to Henry and Matilda Laumeier and is now accredited by the American Association of Museums. One of the current exhibits in the gallery is the Dog Days of Summer featuring works of 10 artists, which examines ‘the complex intersection between our human behavior and that of our domesticated partners.’ There are still lots of remarkable exhibits in the museum and surely, you and your family will have a great time exploring all of it.

Make your vacation a memorable one and spend quality time with your family only in the Laumeier Sculpture Park! The park is open every Tuesdays and Fridays from 10:00am to 5:00pm and every Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00pm to 5:00pm. Admission is free! Visit them online or call them at (314) 615-5283 for additional information and other inquiries. So what else are you waiting for? Make your way into Laumeier Sculpture Park and make wonderful memories with your family.