1763 Hamiltion-Cleves Road
State Route 128
Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Pyramid Hill is an outdoor museum focusing on monumental pieces of sculpture in an environment of meadows, forests, and various gardens. We also feature a 10,000 square foot Ancient Sculpture Museum displaying Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Etruscan sculpture thousands of years old.
"Our mission is to provide an arts experience which is set to encourage educational opportunities and public engagement with both art and the natural world. Pyramid Hill's programs encourage engagement with creative process while also raising awareness of history and its unique natural and cultural landscapes."
Opened Year Round (Winter Months Weather Permitting) Daily
If you are in the park by closing time , the exit gate closes at each night.
With the support of Duke Energy's environmental grant and the Hamilton Community Foundation, the Cincinnati art collective Thin Air Studio has been at work at Pyramid Hill to create one of our most exciting projects and newest sculpture, "Refuge". The sculpture is made out of river wood collected from this area, after nature has stripped its bark and baked it in the sun. The all-natural sculpture in its location amongst the trees gives focus to both the sculptural and arboretum facets of the park. Artists Chris Daniels and Kirk Mayhew have exhibited their unique art in venues such as Cincinnati's Weston Art Gallery and Munich, Germany and enjoy working with native plants and local, biodegradable products when possible. Chris and Kirk hope that visitors to the park enjoy taking part in the intimate space they have created in a public place. The Ancient Sculpture Museum also displayed a series of photos illustrating the progression of the project.
Harry T. Wilks
March 11, 1925 - March 11, 2014
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park's Founder, Harry T. Wilks
A celebration of Harry's life was held at 4p.m. Saturday March 29 at Parrish Auditorium on the Hamilton campus of Miami University.
A reception followed at the Harry T. Wilks Conference Center also located on the campus.
Both events were open to the public.
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