McClelland Gallery & Sculpture Park, Langwarrin

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Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 120+ reviews on the web
Set in 16 hectares of bush and landscaped gardens in Langwarrin, 4kms east of Frankston on the Mornington Peninsula, the McClelland Gallery+Sculpture Park is a not-for-profit organisation that attracts thousands of visitors each year. The Gallery presents an inspiring and engaging range of changing exhibitions and public programs. Visitors can also enjoy the seasonal menu at McClelland Gallery Café for breakfast, lunch or afternoon tea while overlooking a beautiful lake and spectacular sculptures.
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  • I heard about this from one of my colleagues, and we were not disappointed with our visit. The main attraction is sculptures, but even if you don't really understand them (like us) the property is del...  read more »
  • What a wonderful afternoon - far more than we expected. Beautiful setting, by the lake, with unusual and very interesting sculptures around every corner. Sculptures for the kids and adults, along with...  read more »
  • A lovely few hours can be enjoyed here. As you enter the gates, u can see sculptures. Reasonable sized car park large grounds to view many sculptures. Some permanent. Some on display for few years bef...  read more »
  • Stopped for lunch. Had not been for some time, not since Lady Murdoch was a regular visitor. Cafe and food not quite as good as before but the food is not too expensive. Recommend taking the time to stroll around grounds whre many interesting sculptures are on display.
  • Fantastic! It's hard to believe that something this cool is here when you're driving past. The sculptures are brilliant, and I really enjoyed the gallery too. Staff were lovely and took the time to explain a few of the pieces which was really appreciated.
  • An awesome display of unusual and gifted sculptures, I can never tire visiting this place and bringing my guests here. Be careful though - irresponsible locals who walk their pooches here abound here, and some are spoiling a great experience for others by letting their animals relief across the large lawn near the lake, the trails, the walks, and not bothering to pick up after their dog waste. Look where you walk folks. Or you will have guests coming back to your car with badly fouled and smeared shoes from you know what. Has happened a few times before and caused so much inconvenience as well as embarrassment. I cannot believe some owners would allow this to happen and use the grounds a as a soiling place. They wouldn't do the same in their own lawns and property would they? I have alerted management to the necessity of putting up signs to remind owners of their obligations, some people just need to be reminded as you can see.
  • It's a great place to explore; the grounds are lovely and the sculptures interesting. There's a nice café for lunch. And dogs on lead are allowed.
  • Gem of a place and it's free! I look forward to the new exhibitions every year. Can be enjoyed in so many ways and by all ages. The outdoor sculptures stimulate the mind and the present flora and fauna add extra special interest.
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