Tips & FAQ's
What is the best way to tour the park?
We suggest renting an Art Cart to tour the park. Art Carts enable visitors to travel on special cart paths and drive up to the outdoor sculptures. Visitors can also drive their own car or walk the 300+ acres. The best route is to follow Gallery Loop Road.
How long does it take to tour the park?
The park can take anywhere from one hour to several trips to explore. The park is a self-guided tour that offers guests the ability to go at their own pace. The monumental sculptures can be seen by car, foot, or ART CART or the length of your stay depends on how much time you spend at each piece. We suggest allowing 3 - 4 hours for your first visit, so as not to miss anything!
Where can we eat during our visit?
We suggest packing a picnic or stopping by one of Hamilton's wonderful restaurants (True West Coffee or High Street Cafe to eat while enjoying the stunning view on our Overlook Patio. True West Coffee will deliver to the park with a minimum order of $25. We also provide a vending machine for beverages and sell snacks in our Visitor Center. Outside food is encouraged, but outside alcohol is not allowed.
What is the best way to plan our visit?
Download our mobile app (Otocast) from your app store and take a virtual tour of the park and hear audio from our artists. You can also download a PDF of our park map on the "About" page.
Are we allowed to climb on the sculptures?
The sculptures are monumental works of art that can be touched, but climbing on the art can cause damage. We do not allow climbing on the sculptures.
Do you allow hunting or fishing in the park?
Hunting and fishing are strictly forbidden in the park outside of an annual 12 and under catch and release fishing derby the weekend of Father's Day.
Are Drones allowed?
Only pilots possessing an FAA Part 107 certificate are permitted to fly and are subject to park restrictions. Pilots must register at the Visitor Center before flying.
Are the antiquities in the Ancient Sculpture Museum real or replicas?
All of the sculptures in the Ancient Sculpture Museum are authenticated antiquities.
Who owns Pyramid Hill?
You do! As a public non-profit organization, It is a public organization that belongs to the public at-large. The parties responsible for the operation of the organization is the Board of Trustees.