“revered work of in situ folk art”
The Hartman Rock Garden is one of the nation’s most intriguing and revered works of in situ folk art, an outsider art phenomena where self-taught artists construct fascinating worlds out of concrete, metal, stone, and whatever else they can find. Over the past eighty-plus years, the Hartman Rock Garden has welcomed tens of thousands of visitors from all over the world. With its recent restoration and ongoing preservation, it is poised to welcome countless more over the coming decades. We hope you enjoy your visit and that you will consider making a donation to help ensure that this national treasure is preserved, maintained, and interpreted for future generations. Today, the Hartman Rock Garden is owned, interpreted, and maintained by the Friends of the Hartman Rock Garden, a local 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization.
Very cool! I spent longer there than I expected too, with so many details to see! In someone's backyard, but I didn't feel obtrusive. They have maps there detailing the history behind each individual rock sculpture. A donation box is there as well, which I was happy to give to after thoroughly enjoying this unique art instillation.
Very unique but their gate was locked. It's totally someone's yard.
I didn't really think this was worth the stop. It was a very unique place but I was basically the size of someone's back yard. Doesn't seem pet friendly
Kids liked it. The water features were not all up and running however the rock features were very cool. Worth checking out if you are in the area!!
This place is definitely worth a stop if you're in the area. It's meticulously maintained and even the kids really enjoyed it. A true gem in the city.
This place was beautiful. So much time and dedication when into the property and it shows around every corner.
Very cool little place.
This is located in residential area, so do not get discouraged to stop by. It is open to public, and is beautiful, amazing craftsmanship.
What makes it even more amazing is the peace and quite that surrounds it.
The history around it, there are many things to see there, churches, the solders fort, the birth of Christ, the liberty bell, the school house, and the last but not least the Castle.
Its about a 20-30 minute stop to see and absorb the peace. We respect the fact that the open there yard to others to see and walk, and we respect the rules set in place, stay on path, and do not climb. :) Happy Trails.
Excellent stop in small town America. In a tiny neighborhood, but we easily maneuvered our large RV. Bring a few dollars for donations. Photo ops are abundant.
Very fun and enjoyable to see the hard work and dedication put into this.
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Hartman Rock Garden
- Sun - Sat: 8:00 am - 7:00 pm
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