The Donald J. Hall Sculpture Park is as much a part of The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art as the art it contains. This beautiful, four-season oasis in Kansas City is a destination for art and cultural activities, the perfect setting for picnics and photographers, a spot for family fun and pick-up games of football, and an inspiring place to practice yoga, take a walk, or lie in the sun.
To celebrate the 25th anniversary of the park, we're kicking off a six-month celebration. Be sure to join us for all the fun!
The museum invites photographers of all ages to submit original photos of their four-legged friends in the Sculpture Park for a chance to win prizes. Come to the October 11 Bark in the Park event or snap a photo of your pet during any visit to the park.
Live view from our rooftop camera
In celebration of the sculpture park's twenty-fifth anniversary, this resource guide provides visitors with a history of the sculpture park, further information about the artists and sculpture represented in the collection as well as an opportunity to explore sculpture parks around the world.