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PARK LOCATION:
1763 Hamiltion-Cleves Road
State Route 128
Hamilton, Ohio 45013
513-868-1234

the park



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 the eventual establishment of a collection which will demonstrate the complete history of sculpture by mankind, making Pyramid Hill the only art park in the world working on the accomplishment. Educational programs in art, horticulture, geology, and the environment make Pyramid Hill a busy learning center.

ADMISSION
Admission is $8.00 for adults, $3.00 for children 6-12, free for children 5 and under, during normal operating hours

PARK HOURS
Opened Year Round (Winter Months Weather Permitting) 8am-5pm Daily

If you are in the park by closing time 
5pm, the exit gate closes at 7:30 each night.

MUSEUM HOURS
12pm - 5:00pm Daily

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facilities



Pyramid Hill has several indoor and outdoor venues available for rental. We have facilities which can accommodate as many as 600 people.
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artists



"Thanks to art, instead of seeing a single world, our own, we see it multiply until we have before us as many worlds as there are original artists."
-- Marcel Proust
SEE A LIST OF THE ARTISTS >>

 

Thin Air Studio brings “Refuge” to the Park

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. 




 


 















gallery



These are just snapshots of some of the sculptures that are housed at Pyramid Hill. Artist biographical information is also displayed for the artists listed in the Gallery.


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park history

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View a video history of the Park (requires Real Player), narrated by founder,Harry T. Wilks