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Rodin Sculpture Garden

Museum Way, Cantor Arts Museum,, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
+1 650-723-4177
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I've visited the Cantor Museum several times and can not say enough good things about it. I love... read more

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Beautiful Sculpture Garden!

This was a short stop on our way to San Jowe. The garden is wonderful. It is clean & family... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
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Museum Way, Cantor Arts Museum,, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I've visited the Cantor Museum several times and can not say enough good things about it. I love every inch of it. Keep up the great work staff.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This was a short stop on our way to San Jowe. The garden is wonderful. It is clean & family freindly. The adjacent parking lots are free in the summer do look online. We took about 25 minutes to view everything and read the descriptions....More

Thank EricaDH
Reviewed 13 June 2017 via mobile

It's a small sculpture garden but some interesting things to see esp the door of hell and Adam & Eve.

Thank Sheana C
Reviewed 11 May 2017

There are some large and beautiful Rodin sculptures in the garden. But there is also a really good display of Rodin's work and more about his life inside the museum - well worth a visit in its own right.

Thank Steve M
Reviewed 1 May 2017

This is an amazing grouping of some of the best of Rodin outside of Paris. Admission is free as it's in an open air sculpture garden right next to the Cantor Museum. Go and look at the sculptures, then visit the Cantor and Anderson museums...More

Thank Andrew G
Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

Rodin sculptures that kids could touch in the garden, take pictures with, and for the olders, admire the feelings in each face in hard moments that many people face in the past, a true art work!!!

Thank rzccr
Reviewed 5 March 2017

This Rodin garden is astounding. There are numerous sculptures around the garden and the main attraction in my opinion is the famous Gates of hell that is gloriously displayed. It was spellbinding.There are numerous benches to sit and contemplate

Thank Rockdoc7
Reviewed 19 February 2017 via mobile

It has tremendous amount of sculptures and most of them are donated by Rodin's family.Pity there was not enough time to stay. It's a place worth a whole day visiting.

Thank Lin A
Reviewed 17 January 2017

The Rodin Sculpture Garden at Stanford is the next best thing to seeing his work in Paris. It's quite amazing to see in person. Each piece is stunning. The nice thing is you can touch the sculptures. Perfect for kids as most museums they tell...More

Thank Chris L
Reviewed 1 January 2017 via mobile

Auguste Rodin "The Thinker " has left a gift to Cantor Arts entry point. A must stop for in depth look at French arts in the early 20th century

Thank David O
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