With fall in full swing, it’s the perfect time of year to get outside and explore. One of the best places where you get both a little bit of art and nature is the Sculpture Garden at the Baltimore Museum of Art. There are two areas open to the public without reservations: Alan and Janet Wurtzburger Sculpture Garden and Ryda and Robert H. Levi Sculpture Garden.
The Alan and Janet Wurtzburger Sculpture Garden features 17,000 square feet of lush green space home to nearly 20 magnificent sculptures from incredible artists like Auguste Rodin and Emile-Antoine Bourdelle, with works dating back to the early-1900s. Then you have the Ryda and Robert H. Levi Sculpture Garden, which features nearly 15 works by 20th-century artisans that are perfectly accented by fall foliage.
If you want to know what you’re discovering along the way, you can participate in the cell phone tour. All you have to do is call the phone number 443-573-1822 and you’ll be led through the gardens by the museum director, master sculptor, and museum trustee experts.