Sculpture Garden

We had a weekend free of birthday parties (which is rare at our kids’ ages, it seems), so we decided to spend a leisurely morning at the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden. Taylor and Ella used to go to a school nearby so they had the opportunity to visit often, but they haven’t been back since they’ve moved on to new schools. It was fun to see them explore the Garden and watch as certain parts of the grounds sparked their memories (including Tayor telling us that once he fell in the water when looking at the Spoonbridge and Cherry sculpture!).


Ella’s outfit details and links: Boden dress and tights | Gap shoes (similar here)
Taylor’s outfit details and links: Boden top | Gap pants | Tsukihoshi shoes
Kerry’s outfit details and links: Boden vest | Anthropologie top | Banana Republic pants | Tory Burch shoes (similar here) | Boden sunglasses


DSC_6358_edited-1DSC_6304_edited-1DSC_6400_edited-1Our apologies, Sculpture Garden – we saw the “Do not climb on the sculpture” sign at the same time we saw Ella using it as a slide.

DSC_6363_edited-1Reality Check. So many more cute pictures that I could have included, but much too much evidence of us forgetting to tell the kids not to climb on the sculptures.

2 Comments on Sculpture Garden

  1. Katie
    March 17, 2015 at 9:54 am (6 years ago)

    I wish they would build a second sculpture style garden that allows climbing, because even I would like to climb up some of those!

    • Kerry
      March 17, 2015 at 2:23 pm (6 years ago)

      This is so true, Katie! I have to say I was pretty confused by the end – are you to stay off all things in the garden? What about the granite pieces, or the actual benches? Were Ella and I not supposed to sit in those chairs? I was a little unclear – but we all had fun, so I let it go. (;


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