Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is home to over 300 acres of rolling hills and natural landscapes, 70 outdoor monumental sculptures, and two on-site museums. It’s hard to believe this vast park sits just 35 minutes from Cincinnati, but luckily for you, we’re here to give you the best tips and tricks to make the most of your visit.
Pyramid Hill is open daily for visitors to experience art in nature in a completely unique way. Families love the Park because there is truly something for everyone to enjoy. As you walk, drive, or take an Art Cart (highly recommended!) throughout the Park, you’ll find sculptures, gardens, lakes, native animals, and our Ancient Sculpture Museum displaying ancient sculptures and rotating contemporary exhibitions. Between the Park’s art collection and jam-packed schedule of family friendly programming, there is always something new to experience!
Art Fair | September 23 & 24
Nothing brings the community together like a weekend fair! Visit with over 70 artist vendors, participate in kids activities like arts & crafts and a bounce house, and enjoy live music and food trucks in the beer garden.
Our tips! Every day is a great day to experience the art and nature of Pyramid Hill, but for first time visitors, the Park’s programming and signature events are the ideal time to make the most of your visit. Art Fair in September,
Holiday Lights on the Hill over the holiday season, and Art & Earth Day in the Spring are the Park’s favorite annual traditions, and could be your family’s favorites, too. Memberships to Pyramid Hill boast free daily Park admission, free or discounted admission to signature events, and discounted rentals on Art Carts.
1763 Hamilton Cleves Road