Sculptureum Galleries & Gardens Experience

All year round

Begin your Sculptureum Experience in the Garden of Creative Diversity which has paths leading through the Classical and Reflective gardens.

Then move into the galleries and wind your way through the first five art galleries, all of which follow a different theme. You’ll then discover the two rear gardens which will delight with their interesting mix of sculpture, artwork, and stunning palm trees. Finish off with the sixth gallery which contains the stunning glass chandelier by American artist, Dale Chihuly. It’s recommended to allow 2 hours for your walk (total length 1.5km across accessible, flat pathways) and you’re welcome to stop for lunch at one of the dining options during your self-guided tour. Purchase entry tickets online and save up to 25% off walk-in price (events excluded).


$45 (savings if purchased online)

For more info visit:

Sculptureum Galleries & Gardens Experience


40 Omaha Flats Road


09 422 7375



There are ramps getting into the building. Nice wide smooth foot paths to get around. flat area. Room to move around in the building. Sculptures at a good height.


Accessible parking near the entrance door.

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