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I only saw this from I-90, and I didn't have time to stop. But the big bull is so cool. I think it's just some guy whose artistic impulse was uncontrollable, and I love him for it! I'm writing this review because I wish I...More
I am taking the I90 road trip from Boston to Seattle and was primarily following Roadtrippers recommendations of places to stop. I was getting disappointed because I couldn’t find some of the places the suggested or the were closed. I have an app called rGPS...More
In the middle of nowhere, these incredible sculptures. Massive. Plates welded together. And Wayne Porter, the sculptor is a very interesting guy. College graduate who went back to sheep-farming and building these massive pieces of art. Not al are huge, there are some very interesting...More
There is no doubt ..... the Porter Sculpture Walk contains interesting things to see. However, the majority of the sculptures are without a doubt satanic. The beginning of the Walk contains innocent sculptures of fish and interesting large objects, but then you increasingly walk further...More
We stopped by on our way from Sioux Falls to Spearfish; totally worth a stop! Make sure you have a little time and some decent shoes (not heels), because all of the art is spread out across a large area on a field. Some of...More
Driving west on I-90 we decided on a whim to stop and see the sculpture park. The cost is $8 for adults, $4 for youth 13-17, and free for kids 12 and under. We enjoyed the quirky humor of the signage and the unique sculptures....More
Spending the day with my grandson and decided to stop by the Sculpture Park, we have driven by several times and never took the opportunity to stop.
There was an entry fee of $8.00 for adults but kids under 12yrs was free. The best $8.00...More
We stopped at Porter Sculpture park on our way to Custer state park. We were greeted by Wayne who is very nice and the artist. His work is amazing and makes for great photo opportunities. I highly recommend this stop to streatch for legs and...More