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Site Walk Weekends

Outdoors

REOPENING THE OUTDOORS

We are reopening the outdoor areas of our campus for visitors to walk, explore, picnic, or simply sit and relax. See outdoor sculptures with fresh eyes! Enjoy birdwatching! Find a quiet nook to read or exercise among the art as you walk the (approx.) 2 mile loop through the property. Make your plans now to experience the natural beauty of di Rosa.

Before your visit, please review di Rosa’s new health and safety guidelines.

NO RESERVATIONS

We are only welcoming walk-ins for Site Walk Weekends. We are not booking online tickets or taking reservations.

Note that our galleries remain closed until 2021. Outdoor hikes to Milliken Peak will resume at a later date.

Smoking, alcohol, fishing, and pets (unless service animals) are not allowed. All trash and food items must be packed out; food is not available for sale on site.

USEFUL SITE WALK LINKS

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di Rosa Historic Timeline

di Rosa Site Map

OUTDOOR LABELS FALL 2020

David Lynn, Mississippi River II, 1966, di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art

WE CANNOT WAIT TO WELCOME YOU BACK

Our staff has been hard at work to ensure that visiting di Rosa is a healthy and comfortable experience. We have added plexiglass to our check in counter, additional informational and way finding signage throughout the campus, and hand sanitizing stations. Public restrooms will be available at Gallery 1 and in the Courtyard. We have also increased cleaning and sanitizing procedures for high touch surfaces and high traffic areas. Staff and volunteers have been trained in social distancing protocols and are required to wear masks while at work. The trees are trimmed, the grounds are ready, and our shuttle is running! We look forward to seeing you soon. Learn more about our updated health and safety guidelines here.