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This was an absolutely unexpected treat! This example of "land and environmental art" in the little town of Lincoln, midway between Missoula and Great Falls, is a wonderful example of the use of natural materials to create art that seems an organic extension of nature....More
Free walking trail with large pieces of art focused on nature scattered throughout the area. Many artists from foreign countries participated in this delightful, outdoor museum. While sculptures are not to be climbed, they can be touched. The trail might be a little rough for...More
Great place to stop and enjoy high quality sculpture or take a walk. Kids love it. Could spend 1/2 hour there and see it all or much more time if you’re with imaginative kids or you want quiet time. May be hard to get kids...More
This tiny town has created a unique art and cultural experience. They add new installations each year. Every season makes the sculptures change. Great area for a lovely walk with the family or by yourself. Enjoy the beauty of the park!
Went to a concert venue on the Fourth of July. Incredible talent! There will be an art and music festival coming in August, too. Each year a new sculpture is added. I have a favorite...each year it weathers a bit differently. This was cello and...More
This is a very beautiful and interesting place. The fact that most of all the art work is many with things found in nature. Good place to stop and get out of the car after a long drive. I would suggest that you wear shoes...More
The Sculpture in the Wild provides a glimpse into the history of the Blackfoot Valley. It also provides a beautiful artistic glimpse into the world through artist's eyes. I was able to participate and enjoy the educational programs offered through Sculpture in the Wild. Very...More
Who would have thought that there would be a world class art destination in the middle of Montana? Well there is, and at three years of age and growing this one will soon be on a lot of people's radar. We are art lovers, and...More
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The trail is not paved. But it is fairly smooth but there is some rough spots. If they are in a wheelchair or scooter you might need to help them move some times,if they are using a walker would be a little easier. This is... More
The trail is not paved. But it is fairly smooth but there is some rough spots. If they are in a wheelchair or scooter you might need to help them move some times,if they are using a walker would be a little easier. This is a place that is in the middle of the woods. The trail is flat so no hills or incline. I hope this helps. I hope you will enjoy this place.