When you visit Glenstone, we invite you to engage directly with the art, architecture, and landscape.

Maps and minimal signage help direct you around the property, but there is no descriptive text. You are free to interpret Glenstone in your own way.

Outdoor sculptures are installed in a variety of terrain so comfortable walking shoes are recommended.

For information on our COVID-19 safety measures, please see our plan your visit page.

Chairs and tables sit on a wooden deckat the edge of a lawn with a forest in the background.


We offer indoor dining at the Café and indoor/outdoor dining at the Patio, weather permitting.

All dining services are offered on a first-come, first served basis from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Our Café and Patio feature seasonal menu items made with locally sourced ingredients. Each menu includes vegan and gluten-free options. Click here to see a sample menu.

Outdoor Sculptures

Outdoor sculptures are installed in a variety of terrain so comfortable walking shoes are recommended.

Please note the following about some of our outdoor sculptures:

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

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

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

Janet Cardiff and George Bures Miller’s 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.

Gray concrete buildings surround a central water-court with a platform and a bench. The water court is full of plant life.


Opened in October 2018, the Pavilions features changing exhibitions and rooms dedicated to single artists, as well as an exterior Water Court. The building was designed by Thomas Phifer.

A tall, narrow, and silver metal sculpture stands at the edge of a pond. A gray, horizontal modernist building sits across the pond.


Opened in 2006, the Gallery is the original museum building and hosts changing exhibitions. The building was designed by Charles Gwathmey.