Thursday, August 1, 2013

Safari #80: deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

A walk through the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum in Lincoln, MA is a wonderful experience for all ages. Without even trying, your curiosity will lead the way allowing you to discover creatures, sculptures, and anything else your imagination may conjure.

The sculptures were so well incorporated with their surroundings that it was surprising to stumble upon some of them.  I loved the adventure.  And you will too.    

My tips:
  • Free? Yes, there is free admission every Wednesday for all visitors.  Lincoln residents have free membership at any time. 
  • Like to Bike? Excellent.  Ride your bike to the museum and your entrance is free. And with a picnic lunch (see below), you've got a great day ahead of you.
  • Pack Up.  A number of visitors, regardless of entry level, brought picnics with then to enjoy the view and the lush surroundings.  I suggest you do the same.
  • Go to the Top. Don't forget to get a view of the entire park from the roof deck.  You'll have a view of the outdoor park as well as the nearby reservoir - simply magnificent! 
  • Do Yoga.  The park offers many great events, including yoga.  See the special event schedule for more information.

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