The Cambridge Sculpture Garden (CSG) may very well be Cambridge, Ontario’s best kept secret. Nestled along the historic Grand River and joining the Trans Canada Trail, the CSG offers a central oasis to picnic, walk, contemplate, attend an art show, or participate in one of the many children’s art programs.
The garden is the perfect place to have a picnic, take a walk and enjoy nature. One of the highlights include the 130-year old oak tree and the many sculptures dotted around the park. The sculptures are carefully sleected and permanent ones feature from artists such as John Marriott, Gareth Lichty and many more.
Visitors flock to the garden to enjoy a peaceful time outdoors. There are benches all around with scenic views overlooking the fiver and provide a great resting spot! Theres also accessible pathways which are well used which makes it easy for disabled visitors to get around the gardens.
Take Hwy 24 S. Hespeler Rd South. This road becomes Water St N. and then Water St S. At Park Hill Road turn right across the bridge. Immediately turn left onto Grand Ave N. Pass the Library & Gallery on your right. Continue along Grand Ave S. to St Andrew's St. on your right and Barnacle Bill's Fish & Chips (47 Grand S.) on your left. Turn left into BB Fish & Chip parking lot on the left. Enter Cambridge Sculpture Garden at the south end of the parking lot.Get directions