Pyramid Hill celebrates Earth Day with art and nature


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One of more than 80 massive sculptures on display at the 300-acre Pyramid Hill park.

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is celebrating Earth Day this year with an artist walk, guided hikes, happy hour, and more. The event will take place 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at the park, 1763 Hamilton-Cleves Road, Hamilton, Ohio.

 This celebration of art and nature is free to the public, including free admission to the Ancient Sculpture Museum.  

“There will be all kinds of activities — art to observe and to participate in,” said Pyramid Hill Interim Director Lee Sanders. “It is usually the perfect time to enjoy spring; this year it will be particularly welcome after the stress of the previous 12 months. We invite everyone to come ‘hang out’ with art, in nature!” 

The artist walk will be in partnership with students from the University of Cincinnati and a special happy hour will be held at the Fretboard Beer Garden. The Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center is partnering with Pyramid Hill for the Earth Day celebration, with attention to the environment and a focus on sustainable practices.

Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum’s mission is to bring people to art in nature. The park covers more than 300 acres and features more than 80 pieces of outdoor sculpture in a setting of hills, meadows, and forests.

Guests are invited to attend any or all events this Saturday. To maintain social distancing, the park will use a “one in, one out” policy for cars once the event reaches capacity. Masks are required for all indoor activities.