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Hikulagi Sculpture Park, Alofi

(2.9/5 based on 75 reviews on the web)
Highlighting global environmental concerns, Hikulagi Sculpture Park showcases a variety of artwork from local and international artists that highlight the ideas of pollution, climate change, and human co-existence. The park is located within a natural rainforest, with visitors encouraged to interact and even contribute to the sculptures. The pieces are primarily made of recycled and discarded objects, showing how one man’s trash can be used as an artistic medium. Although small, the park promotes a concept with international relevance. Make Hikulagi Sculpture Park part of your personalized Alofi itinerary using our Alofi family vacation planner.
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  • Strolling through the Park almost every day, here the floral sculptures, exotic trees. Nature is extraordinary!
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  • Sculpture designed with unwanted items, make sure that you go prepared to add your own item. Given the idea behind its inception it is worthy of a visit. 
  • yeah, some of it just looked like a pile of garbage and junk attached to a frame. dunno if this would rate as sculpture, in my eyes, but I suppose there are hippies out there who would say its provoca...  more »