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Members Day Trip: Grounds for Sculpture

October 11 · 7:15am – 6:00pm
Price $195 Member, $210 Non-Members – Includes Museum entry and tour, lunch, transportation, and gratuities
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Grounds for Sculpture

1 2019-10-11T07:15:00-04:00 2019-10-11T18:00:00-04:00 Price $195 Member, $210 Non-Members – Includes Museum entry and tour, lunch, transportation, and gratuities

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Join us for an artful adventure to Grounds for Sculpture.  This renowned sculpture park, situated on the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds, features works by over 100 artists on 42 magnificently landscaped acres. When visiting Grounds for Sculpture, guests are charmed by the many fascinating and often humorous works by founder J. Seward Johnson Jr. who aimed to incorporate a join of discovery and sensory delight in his vision for the park the Park. BMA Travelers are invited to tour the grounds with Park docents and then spend free time exploring on their own.

A deluxe lunch is included with the trip and will be held at the Zagat-rated Rat’s Restaurant, serving French country cuisine.

This trip departs from the BMA at 7:30 am and has an estimated return time of 6:00 pm.

Parking at the BMA is complimentary on the day of the trip.

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Join us for an artful adventure to Grounds for Sculpture.  This renowned sculpture park, situated on the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds, features works by over 100 artists on 42 magnificently landscaped acres. When visiting Grounds for Sculpture, guests are charmed by the many fascinating and often humorous works by founder J. Seward Johnson Jr. who aimed to incorporate a join of discovery and sensory delight in his vision for the park the Park. BMA Travelers are invited to tour the grounds with Park docents and then spend free time exploring on their own.

Grounds for Sculpture

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