Sculpture Fields at Montague Park
You’ve seen sculpture, but you’ve probably never experienced sculpture on this scale.
Welcome to Sculpture Fields. An attraction. An art museum. A 33 acre public park populated with sculptures from all over the world. Located on Chattanooga’s Southside, it is also the largest sculpture park in the Southeast and beckons visitors from near and far.
At any given time, you may witness the awe-inspiring installation of a larger-than-life sculpture, hear schoolchildren as they play and work amongst the sculptures, see artists demonstrating their craft, families picnicking, kites flying, music playing, dancing and even yoga classes.
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Public art is impressive and everywhere, from the Sculpture Fields at Montague Park to “The Blue Trees,” an ecologically themed installation consisting of rows of trees that the artist Konstantin Dimopoulos has painted a non-harmful ultramarine blue to bring attention to deforestation.
All Aboard Sculpture Train Excursion
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Sculpture in the Sky & Family Kite Day
What is Sculpture Fields?
- 33-acre International Sculpture Park
- Fully restored brownfield with over 120 recently planted trees
- Located on the southside of Chattanooga
- Currently featuring 35 large-scale sculptures
- Cultural tourism attraction
- Outdoor art museum
- Sprawling walking paths for outdoor recreation
- Dog-friendly for responsible pet owners