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Franconia Sculpture Park

16 locals recommend ·

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Bradley
Bradley
April 9, 2021
Huge sculptures in a large field. Very popular for young kids and adults. These are the largest sculptures you will see. Abundant space to roam and explore. Lots of fun for the family or a date.
Rhonda
Rhonda
March 2, 2020
Fun and unique park to walk through open all season. Great place to take the family or go on your own.
Douglas
Douglas
June 10, 2019
Great place to wander around and see large sculptural pieces. Free and open to the public. Also has live music often on Summer weekends.
Anthony
Anthony
July 2, 2018
It's an incredible outdoor art gallery that is so large, even we still haven't seen all of it.
Sydney & Don
Sydney & Don
March 16, 2018
Huge sculptures outside... Nationally renowned. Very fun activity with kids.

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Location
29836 Saint Croix Trail
Shafer, Minnesota 55074
Phone+1 651-257-6668