No Plans for the Weekend? Meander Through the Sculpture Garden @ BMAPosted November 19th, 2020
There aren’t many outdoor cultural attractions in Baltimore, let alone free ones, but Sculpture Garden @ BMA ticks both boxes. Visit any time you want to meander through the gorgeously manicured grounds to see the impressive sculptures, all without a ticket fee or reservation. The Sculpture Garden @ BMA includes two distinct spaces for you to explore.
The Alan and Janet Wurtburger Sculpture Garden includes 19 works by early modernist sculptors, including Emile-Antoine Bourdelle’s Fruit, Henry Moore’s Three-Piece Reclining Figure No. 1, and Max Bill’s Endless Ribbon. The adjacent Ryda and Robert H. Levi Sculpture Garden includes newer works from the 20th century, and consists of 14 pieces throughout the two-acre space. There’s plenty of space to social distance throughout the vast gardens, and there’s enough to see that you could spend a nice bit of time enjoying the pieces and surrounding fall foliage.
All this culture, and it’s free? Sounds like a plan for this weekend. Weekly operating hours are Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.