How the garden grew

By Alicia Eler • Star Tribune

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and Walker Art Center campus have been completely redesigned with 17 new pieces — the largest addition since the garden opened in 1988. The grounds have grown to 12 acres, plus 5 more on the Walker hillside, while gaining new access points from the neighborhood. Take this tour of the new work, plus 5 returning favorites:

Explore the dramatic makeover of the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden

The Minneapolis Sculpture Garden and Walker Art Center campus have been completely redesigned with 17 new pieces — the largest addition since the garden opened in 1988. The grounds have grown to 12 acres, plus 5 more on the Walker hillside, while gaining new access points from the neighborhood. Take this tour of the new work, plus 5 returning favorites: 
LYNDALE AV. S.
Accessible paths from street
New main entrance, lobby and restaurant
New north
entrance
Additional
garden acreage
New entry
Parking
entrance
NORTH
New entry
New 5-acre upper garden
with walking paths
VINELAND PL.
NEW ARTWORK
RETURNING FAVORITE
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