Installed throughout the expansive grounds, the collection of outdoor sculpture seamlessly integrates art, architecture, and nature.

There’s a lot of ground to cover on your visit. We want you to know the following about some of our outdoor sculptures:

Split-Rocker, 2000 is in bloom annually from May to October.

Clay Houses (Boulder-Room-Holes), 2007 is open daily from 12pm to 4pm, weather permitting.

“Untitled,” 1992–1995 is covered from fall until spring, and covers are removed once the possibility of freezing weather has passed.

FOREST (for a thousand years…), 2012, is operational from 12pm to 1pm and 4pm to 5pm daily from Sunday, May 1 through Sunday, October 30, 2022, weather permitting.

    • Richard Serra

      Serra
    • Horse and rider
      Charles Ray
      Horse and rider, 2014
      On View Ray 2014
    • Smug
      Tony Smith
      Smug, 1973/2005
      On View Smith 1973
    • Two Partially Buried Sinks
      Robert Gober
      Two Partially Buried Sinks, 1986-1987
      On View Gober 1986
    • Compression Line
      Michael Heizer
      Compression Line, 1968/2016
      On View Heizer 1968
    • Sylvester
      Richard Serra
      Sylvester, 2001
      On View Serra 2001
    • Contour 290
      Richard Serra
      Contour 290, 2004
      On View Serra 2004
    • Clay Houses (Boulder-Room-Holes)
      Andy Goldsworthy
      Clay Houses (Boulder-Room-Holes), 2007
      On View Goldsworthy 2007
    • Untitled
      Ellsworth Kelly
      Untitled, 2005
      On View Kelly 2005
    • “Untitled”
      Felix Gonzalez-Torres
      “Untitled”, 1992–1995
      On View Gonzalez-Torres 1992
    • Split-Rocker
      Jeff Koons
      Split-Rocker, 2000
      On View Koons 2000