Located just behind the mansion, this 0.2 mile wheelchair-accessible path features over 25 sculptures by some of Indiana's best artists.
There is a broad and diverse range of works in the sculpture garden. Figural bronzes by Tuck Langland, metal sculptures by Greg Mendez, works in clay by several artists including Marvin Bartel and Bill Kremer, amazing carved Serpentine stone pieces by Peter Rujuwa, and even glass platters by Kathleen Kitch. African animals are interspersed throughout the garden to provide a safari search.
The theater garden (inside the sculpture garden) is used for a variety of outdoor performances and events. The stage was made possible by the City of Lafayette and individual donors.
Open daily to the public for FREE from dawn until dusk.
The Sculpture Garden is maintained by a team of talented and dedicated volunteer gardeners led by our Master Gardener, Brenda Carton. Grants from the Indiana Office of Tourism Development and the Community Foundation of Greater Lafayette, along with individual donations, have supported this project.
FREE GUIDED SCULPTURE GARDEN TOURS
Every first Saturday at 10 AM and every third Tuesday at 6 PM. This schedule starts in May and runs through October. (No tour on July 3rd due to holiday weekend.)
Learn about the amazing artwork and beautiful native plants of the Haan Museum’s Sculpture Garden! Tours will be led by a docent who will give an in-depth view of our unique outdoor collection.
Located just behind the mansion, this 0.2-mile wheelchair-accessible path features over 25 sculptures by Indiana artists. A broad and diverse range of works are featured along the path such as figural bronzes, metal sculptures, works in clay, carved Serpentine stone pieces, and glass platters too. Carved stone African animals are also interspersed throughout the garden to provide a fun interactive safari adventure for all ages.
Each tour is uniquely different, but all will include the basic information about the sculptures and native plants.
Limited parking is available on the Haan Museum grounds along with street-side parking. Guests will need to check-in at the Sculpture Garden Main Gate located just off of the parking lot. There are no outdoor public restroom facilities.