Meditative 16-Acre Sculpture Garden

LongHouse Reserve
POV
Longhouse Reserve is a stunningly realized sculpture and installation garden, sited on a serene 16-acre East Hampton park. Marquee names abound, from Yoko Ono and Niki de St Phalle, to Ai Wei Wei and Maren Hassinger, exhibited amongst tulips, magnolias, and nearly a million daffodils.
Longhouse Reserve is a stunningly realized sculpture and installation garden, sited on a serene 16-acre East Hampton park. Marquee names abound, from Yoko Ono and Niki de St Phalle, to Ai Wei Wei and Maren Hassinger, exhibited amongst tulips, magnolias, and nearly a million daffodils.
DETAILS
East Hampton, NY Hours Wed - Sun 1230PM - 5PM Visits are by timed-ticket reservation only Admission on Open Days: $15 for adults, $10 for seniors, $10 for guests with disabilities
ABOUT
LongHouse Reserve is a 16 acre reserve and sculpture garden located in East Hampton, NY, featuring pieces from Buckminster Fuller, Yoko Ono and Willem de Kooning to name a few. LongHouse Reserve was founded by Jack Lenor Larsen, internationally known textile designer, author, and collector. His home, LongHouse, was built as a case study to exemplify a creative approach to contemporary life. He believes visitors experiencing art in living spaces have a unique learning experience--more meaningful than the best media. LongHouse contains 13,000 square feet, and 18 spaces on four levels. The gardens present the designed landscape as an art form and offer a diversity of sites for the sculpture installations. - LongHouse Reserve
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