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Sculpture in the Gardens

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The Sculpture in the Gardens exhibition is on now until 3 April 2022 with outdoor sculptures along a 1.7km trail through the beautiful Auckland Botanic Gardens.

It's free and open to everyone!

As well outdoor sculptures, there is an indoor gallery with numerous small works on display and for sale.

The walk is an easy walk for most people, with mobility options available. Remember to bring your mask and physical distance. Also bring a drink and a sun hat - it gets hot on the trail!

Make sure you vote for your favourite sculpture in the People's Choice Award, where the winning artist is decided by public vote.

There are also videos to watch about the artists and kids activities.

See the website for detailed information and guided walks dates.

We ask all visitors attending the Auckland Botanic Gardens to observe the Government guidelines on physical distancing, face coverings and use the NZ COVID Tracer app.

The visitor centre and Cafe Miko are open. A vaccination pass will be required to enter the visitor centre and Cafe Miko for anyone aged 12 years 3 months and over, unless they have a medical exemption approved by the Ministry of Health. Please have your vaccine pass ready to present to the team when you visit.

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