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Porter Sculpture Park, Montrose

Categories: Monuments, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web
Porter Sculpture Park is located in Montrose. A visit to Porter Sculpture Park represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Montrose vacation trip planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Stopped by the sculpture park on our drive from Sioux Falls to Rapid City. Such a fun and interesting place. We were fortunate to meet the artist, Wayne, while there. Super nice guy! Don't pass this p...  read more »
  • We happened on this park and were lucky to be there by our selves. This was a highlight of our trip. We love crazy sculpture and this park has lots of them. Some have accompanying poems that are hilar...  read more »
  • My first hint that there was something unusual in that South Dakota field was seeing the tips of giant horns rising above a small ridge. It took some effort to figure out how to reach the huge sculptu...  read more »
  • On a road trip through South Dakota, my girlfriend and I saw a giant bull head and hammer on the side of the freeway so we decided to stop and see what was up. This ended up being truly amazing. If you appreciate art and poetry, this is the perfect stop. Worth every penny of the $8 we each paid.
  • I would absolutely stop here. It might just seem like a little weird roadside America stop, but the sculpture garden is actually really interesting. And remarkably thoughtful. It takes actual skill to do all this artwork, and it isn't just a big random collection of junk in a field. Again, definitely worth the stop.
  • Creative, unique, and fun sculptures. DOG-FRIENDLY! Perfect place to get out and stretch your legs on a road trip up to the Black Hills!
  • Eclectic sculptures and sculpter. 😉 We didn't mind the entrance fee because we are supporting an artist.
  • Honestly, the most amazing place I've ever been. We stumbled upon it accidentally and ended up spending five hours there...the work is great, but it's the very evident heart and soul poured into every inch of metal that makes up these pieces...I will never forget what I saw, and what I felt; how everything smelled; how everything told a may not be for everyone but it was most definitely for upmost respect and adoration for sharing something so deep and amazing with the world at a price even us poor folk can afford. Personally, it changed my life in a way I cannot explain...thank you Wayne Porter, for sharing yourself with the world
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