Hogpen Hill Farms: Et's Landscape Sculpture Farm, With 5 Miles Of Walking Trails
First openings in 5 years at Edward Tufte's sculpture park, Hogpen Hill Farms.
Hogpen Hill Farms is ET's 234-acre tree farm + landscape sculpture park in Litchfield County in northwest Connecticut with 100 ET artworks. The artworks will remain open space in perpetuity.
"It is wild, whimsical, grand and incredibly beautiful, with sculptures ranging from stainless steel surfaces reflecting every nuance of light, to lacy stone walls and silent boulder megaliths." Michele McDonald, Boston Globe
"North America's best sculpture park: Edward Tufte's Hogpen Hill Farms" Philip Greenspun
"Each of the works transforms the landscape...consider yourself lucky if you get to see these amazing pieces up close." Atlas Obscura
"One of Connecticut's 30 Hidden Gems." Connecticut Magazine
Hogpen Hill Farms Ticketing
The admission ticket is for a car. Ticket includes map guide to Hogpen, parking, restrooms for all, access to sculpture barn. $80 per car (4 wheels, 4 people or less). Hogpen Hill Farms closes at 5:30pm.
For heavy rain, the ticket is good for anytime on any future days we are open. Ticket is good for one date. No refunds. Advanced ticket purchases only. For multiple cars and/or multiple days and questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 800-822-2454.
You must bring a mask and wear it when you arrive to check in. Be sure to wear your mask when close to people not in your group. Use 10 foot physical distancing between your group and other groups, which is easy on our 234 acres.
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