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Griffiss International Sculpture Garden and Nature Trail

22 Reviews
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Griffiss International Sculpture Garden and Nature Trail

22 Reviews
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Route 825 and Ellsworth Road Located in the Griffiss Business and Technology Park, Rome, NY 13441
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Rome Station55 min
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Colleen C wrote a review Jan. 2021
Troy, New York1491 contributions158 helpful votes
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This is a FREE large park that is decorated throughout the trails with amazing sculptures. There is a decent sized parking area with port-a-potties. There are trails that will led you through and see all 22 sculptures. A map is available to look at in the parking area. Pretty even to walk though during the winter. A FREE Cool/ different daytime walk for anyone to do on a boring day.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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dese2 wrote a review Oct. 2020
Auburn, New York1784 contributions201 helpful votes
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I recommend stopping by this outdoor art display. Take a bit of time to walk the trails. There is a parking area and portable outhouses. The trail was paved and relatively easy to walk. When we were there a woman and two children were visiting. The children were on small bikes. I really wish there were better descriptions of the art work ; a map to use as you explored the area. And the web page is not that helpful. But, we easily found the area. The art was interesting and it was good to see what was there. Dogs are allowed because there were dog bags and waste receptacles.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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JuneNY wrote a review Sep. 2019
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I was here two years ago and walked part of the trail, but it was raining so we did not say long. This visit offered good (but hot) weather. My friend and I walked part of the trail and geocached. The price is right (free) and there are wooded areas.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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motownbuffalo wrote a review Jul. 2019
Westmoreland, New York37 contributions3 helpful votes
Nice to hike through the park. Say hello to Alley Oop. Bring your GPS because there's some geocaches.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Becky C wrote a review Jul. 2019
Rome, New York, United States69 contributions17 helpful votes
Don't make a special trip to see this. Driving thru is sufficient. Some sculptures are on the median of roundabouts
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Date of experience: July 2019
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