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Blackfoot ... Sculptures in the Wild

Rainy, drizzling kind of day but wouldn’t have missed the opportunity to stroll amongst the outdoor... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Napoleon, North Dakota
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Hidden Park

Sculpture in the Wild is a hidden gem in the woods of Lincoln, MT. Barely seen through the trees... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Wendi D
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1970 Sculpture Way, Lincoln, MT 59639
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This little park was OK to stop and stretch our legs for a while, but I don't get the art. Someone went to a lot of trouble and I am sure that some people will enjoy it, but it's just not my thing.

Thank NinaL3039
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Rainy, drizzling kind of day but wouldn’t have missed the opportunity to stroll amongst the outdoor Art in Blackfoot-Sculptures in the Wild in Lincoln MT... fascinating, creativity and beautifully present in a very natural setting A must see !!!

Thank ND_Roberta
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Sculpture in the Wild is a hidden gem in the woods of Lincoln, MT. Barely seen through the trees from the highway, this well marked path leads you on quite the adventure! Spend some time strolling and reading about artists from all over the world,...More

Thank Wendi D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

MT has plenty of culture all across the state. You just have to have an open mind and heart to see and feel it. This wild sculpture area is a great day trip, or if you happen to find yourself in Lincoln by all means...More

Thank BBMT
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This should be a must for anyone visiting Helena or even Missoula or Butte. Yes it is in Lincoln MT so is a bit of a drive. These huge sculptures reveal themselves as you walk through this wooded site. You will be surprised and delighted...More

Thank Kay B
Reviewed 4 September 2018

NFS office recommended we stop, and it was worth it. An easy walk around, filled with unique sculptures. A no-stress, peaceful way to start our day. And the vault toilet was spotless, fresh and appreciated.

Thank thbergs
Reviewed 29 July 2018 via mobile

Our family stopped by this walking sculpture garden to ‘kill some time’. We ended up being completely shocked at the beauty and creativity. It took us a leisurely hour to visit each exhibit. The photo opportunities were endless and unique. As a note, there is...More

1  Thank DanlovesLaura
Reviewed 18 July 2018

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

Thank Leslie W
Reviewed 28 June 2018 via mobile

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

Thank Ruth B
Reviewed 19 June 2018 via mobile

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

Thank Kari J
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11 September 2018|
Response from Ruth B | Reviewed this property |
Yes. There is a sign allowing leashed dogs. Enjoy!
15 July 2017|
Response from grandmacindy1965 | Reviewed this property |
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
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28 June 2017|
Response from grandmacindy1965 | Reviewed this property |
Yes, ON LEASH ONLY. I would have walked my dog there. I did not see other people with dogs but it was a week day. I hope you and your four legged pal enjoy this place as much as I did.