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Michigan Legacy Art Park, Thompsonville

(50 reviews on the web)
Art Museum Museum
With 45 sculptures and 30 poetry stones along a 1.6 miles hiking trail, Michigan Legacy Art Park inspires a deeper understanding of Michigan's history, culture and environment through the arts.

Visit in every season for a different experience:

Attend the Summer Sounds concert series

View the fall colors from the "Barn Chair"

Take a guided snowshoe tour

Take part in the annual flag-raising at the "Fort" in the spring
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • There were a few entertaining pieces along the walk, but the map was not to scale and hard to follow. We meandered through the park to find pieces and then spent time along the very narrow beach.  more »
  • Lovely sculpture park. About 2.5 miles in length witgh plenty of interesting sculptures along the way. Enjoyable way to spend a fine afternoon or evening.  more »
  • Beautiful hiking trails, and 40 sculptures make up the Michigan Legacy Art Park. During the summer months they also host the Summer Sounds Concert Series which brings in location musicians including J...  more »
Google
  • Great place for a walk inn every season. Peaceful and beautiful, and a piece of art around every bend for inspiration.
  • Meh. Not very good from an art perspective, but a good chance to get away for a quick walk in nature.
  • Great trails, lots of neat art from many artists. Plus there's a castle at the top!
  • One of the nicest permanent natural installation art areas I've had the pleasure of visiting. Good for everyone, from the casual hiker with kids to art snobs taking a break from white-cube gallery clichés.
  • It was very interesting!