Where is the DeCordova Sculpture Park in Boston?

Where is the DeCordova Sculpture Park in Boston?

Start your review of deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is a 30-acre sculpture park and contemporary art museum on the shore of Flint’s Pond in Lincoln, Massachusetts, 20 miles northwest of Boston. It was established in 1950. It is the largest park of its kind in New England, encompassing 30 acres.

Who is the owner of deCordova Sculpture Park?

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is located on the former estate of Julian de Cordova (1851-1945). The self-educated son of a Jamaican merchant, Julian became a successful tea broker, wholesale merchant, investor, and president of the Union Glass Company in Somerville, Massachusetts. He married into the locally prominent Dana family of Boston.

Who are the artists on loan to deCordova?

Artists with sculptures currently on loan to deCordova include Jim Dine, Maren Hassinger, B.Wurtz, and Josephine Halvorson. Site-specific projects and special installations are designed and implemented especially for the Sculpture Park.

What to do in DeCordova for a wedding?

DeCordova offers a unique backdrop of contemporary art for an unforgettable wedding in its indoor and outdoor spaces. Enjoy cocktails on the Sculpture Terrace, dinner and dancing in the galleries, or plan a tented event in the park.

Is the DeCordova Sculpture Park an up organization?

DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum is proud to be a designated UP organization as part of an accessibility program developed by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

Where is the roof terrace at the DeCordova Museum?

Located on the 6th floor of the Museum with easy access from an elevator, the Roof Terrace is the perfect location for a cocktail reception and passed hors d’oeuvres. The Roof Terrace is usually available for evening functions only and can be rented in conjunction with other space in the Sculpture Park or Museum.

How much does it cost to go to the DeCordova?

– Adult admission is $14 per person, which I thought was somewhat overpriced. However, if you live in the area, you may have access to a pass to the DeCordova through your library’s museum pass program. The pass admits up to 4 people at a rate of $5 per person.