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15a Gallery and Sculpture Park
Galgengoorweg 15a
7241 RV Lochem
Tel: +31 575 -469 458

The 15a Gallery and Sculpture Park started in 2006. The sculpture park specializes in abstract contemporary geometric metal sculptures by both regional and international artists. Over 110 sculptures by 18 sculptors are now on display including work by: Catrien van Amstel, Frode Bolhuis, Riki Mijling, Winni Schaak, Hans-Otto Lohrengel and Peter Randall-Page.

For hours and directions and other information please call the Gallery.


Arnhem Museum for Modern Art: Sculpture Garden
Museum voor Moderne Kunst Arnhem
Utrechtseweg 87
6812 AA Arnhem,
Tel: +31 26 377 53 00

A stylish former social club, the Arnhem Museum for Modern Art houses a diverse collection of modern and contemporary figurative art. The building has fantastic views of the banks of the Rhine and is surrounded by a beautiful sculpture garden that includes work by Henry Moore, Rebecca Horn and Thorn Puckey.

The museum is open Tuesdays to Fridays from 10am till 5pm, and weekends and holidays from 11am till 5pm.

Visiting the sculpture garden is free of charge, admission to the museum is charged.


Beelden aan zee
Harteveltstraat1 Blvd
2586 El Scheveningen
Tel: 070-3585857

On the edge of the North Sea, near The Hague, in a beach resort called Scheveningen is this wonderful museum dedicated to showing contemporary sculpture both indoors and out.

Open Tuesdays to Sunday from 11am till 5pm. Admission is charged.


Foundation Natuurkunst Drenthe
Ellert & Brammert Museum
Tel: +31(0)591362025

Located on public forestry grounds behind the Ellert & Brammert Open-air Museum (a museum that reconstructs life in Saxon times), is a 3.5 kilometre pathway that winds through a natural glacier pit and woods. An annual changing art exhibition, founded in 2005 by visual artist Adri A.C. de Fluiter, called the 'Art and Nature Walk' features work by 10 or more regional and international artists.


Kröller-Müller Museum and Sculpture Garden
Houtkampweg 6
6731 AW Otterlo, Holland
Tel: +31 (0) 318 59 12 41

The Kröller-Müller is in the center of a 13,000 acre National Park De Hoge Veluwe, most of which is accessible on bicycles which are provided by the National Park, free of charge. There are 25.5 hectares of landscaped forested hills and valleys filled with absolutely splendid work from the permanent collection which spans the end of the 19th century to the present. On display are works by Barbara Hepworth, Auguste Rodin, Ian Hamilton Finlay Henry Moore, and Richard Serra to name a few.

Kröller-Müller Museum and Sculpture Garden is a 1 hour drive or 1.5 hour train ride from Amsterdam.

The museum is open to the public all year round from 10.00 to 5.00. The sculpture garden closes at 4.30. Admission is charged. You can buy a combined ticket for the Park and the Kröller-Müller Museum at the Park ticket office. Children up to 6 years free.


The Nollen Project of R.W. Van de Wint
Mayor Ritmeesterweg 10
Den Helder, Holland
Tel: 0223-660 200

Artist Reindert Wepko Van de Wint spent his retirement in The Nollen, a landscape of dunes in Den Helder, North Holland. Throughout his later years, he began work on sculptures for his nature and art project.

In December 2010, The Nollen Foundation received a grant from Wadden Sea Fund to convert R.W. Van de Wint’s work into a public sculpture park. Following the artist’s initiative, the art and nature project constructed an exhibition room to support Van de Wint’s sculpture among the dunes.

Regular opening hours, Thursday – Sunday


Open Air Museum Drecht Banks Sculpture Park (OPAM or St Ives Sculpture Park)
Zwijndrecht, Holland

This sculpture park, also known as OPAM or St Ives Sculpture Park, is situated along side one of Holland's famous beautiful canals. The park, opened in 1996, is named after St.Ives in Cornwall, England, which has been home to artists since the fifties including Barbara Hepworth.

Benbow Bullock's painted steel "Contrary Opinion" was installed in 1999 at the Queen Beatrix dedication ceremony.


Vijversburg Foundation Sculpture Park
Stiensersdtraat 3
8917 CE Leeuwarden
Tel: 058-2153412

In northern Holland this 70 acre sculpture and culture park receives over 100,000 visitors every year. It is located on the grounds and buildings of the Vijversburg estate. Changing exhibitions are presented.



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Kroeller-Mueller Museum and Sculpture Garden, Holland

Kroeller-Mueller Museum and Sculpture Garden, Holland

Natuurkunst Drenthe, Schoonoord, Netherlands

Natuurkunst Drenthe, Schoonoord, Netherlands

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