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Griffis Sculpture Park, Ellicottville
(4.3/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • We weren't sure what to expect, but the moment you pull in (note: a tiny parking lot) you're immediately greeted by metal sculptures. The $5 admission fee is by the honor system. They have a yellow me...  more »
  • I stopped with a friend on our way through New York and definitely did not give myself enough time to take in all this park has to offer. There are so many interesting metal sculptures placed so perfe...  more »
  • We found out about this park when searching for interesting things to do in the Ellicotteville area, and ended up visiting on a sunny Friday afternoon. The metal sculptures are so interesting; varying...  more »
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  • Whimsical sculpture garden off the beaten track. Admission price is on the honor system, which seems in keeping with the counterculture vibe. Woodsy but with open meadows, the park's pathways lead to striking as well as not-so-striking artworks. Not exactly a destination experience, but a fun stop if you're in that out-of-the way neighborhood.
  • It's a cool place to visit. The park is broken into two sections that are separated by a short drive so do keep that in mind. The bigger park is a bit of an uphill climb as well. Great place for the family, just watch out for bees. And not the sculptural variety.
  • Cash donation honor system upon arrival. Also look for the late September event where they light the park up.
  • Absolutely astonishing, I would advise anyone who is a lover of the arts and /or hiking should go. I just wish the maps were better I feel a lot was missed on my trip, but that just gives me another reason to go back. Don't forget to pay on the way in it is a $5 fee based on the honor system please don't be cheep and support the arts.
  • Fresh air, amazing sculpture, good place, good nature.