WHERE ART ENHANCES NATURE AND NATURE ENHANCES ART
The Sculpture Forest is open for art and nature lovers every day of the year from sunrise to sunset. We offer free admission, with donations gratefully accepted. No dogs or bikes, please. For additional details on accessibility, parking, restroom, tours, etc. you can visit our FAQs page. For info and updates, you can follow us on Facebook, Instagram, blog, and free newsletter at the bottom of this web page.
BRING YOUR SENSE OF DISCOVERY
You can now walk through Price Sculpture Forest, a convergence of nature and outdoor art. The forest is alive with surprise. Discover art at your side, hanging from trees, or hidden behind foliage. Experience an outdoor interactive museum where you are encouraged to wander the trails, investigate outdoor art, and be immersed in the natural world. Sculptures and native habitat will beckon you. The Sculpture Forest honors the artistry of nature and how it can relate to the creative inventions of people.
This park is set in a forest of century old trees, rhododendrons, and native understory. It is located east of downtown Coupeville on central Whidbey Island, Washington, easy to arrive by car, walking path, and bike. Come explore and discover.
PEEK INSIDE THE SCULPTURE FOREST
YOU WILL GET A FREE SELF-GUIDED TOUR FROM YOUR OWN PHONE
We give you a free self‐guided tour of the entire Sculpture Forest.
This will provide you descriptions of each sculpture, including short videos from each sculptor speaking to you about their sculpture and its fuller meaning. Local history and natural habitat points of interest along the way will also be included to round out your interactive, fun, and educational experience.
HOW YOU CAN PARTICIPATE
The Sculpture Forest is for the community. You are encouraged to bring your skills and assets. Be an important collaborative part of this public creation for the future.