Since 1938, the Philip Huett Sculpture Garden and the Art Botanical Garden have been located in the green oasis in the middle of the Four Art Campuses, offering Palm Beach visitors a world-class garden experience. Explore the tropical oasis of two unique gardens and admire the famous sculptor’s splendid works and wonders, the magnificent ikebana, ponds and fountains.
This historic landmark is located within the Art Square entrance gate, adjacent to the King’s Library and lakeside campus.
For the working hours of the Art Garden
Open 7 days a week
From 10:00 to 17:00
Closed in case of bad weather
Philip Huliter Sculpture Garden
Philip Huliter Sculpture Garden is a quiet and peaceful place with a collection of 20 sculptures by world-renowned artists, including South Florida residents. The garden has evolved over time and has become an urban oasis with many park-like elements. In the mid-2000s, landscaping firm Morgan Wheelock added new sidewalks and plants, lounge areas, elegant squares, classic garden pavilions, fountains and magnificent lawns. Others include palm groves and four pergolas, further enhancing the garden’s contemporary and contemporary sculptural sense.
In the late 1960s, the Four Art Association purchased three vacant lots on the corner of Royal Palm Road and Coconut Street for the purpose of creating gardens. The land remained vacant until 1979, when For Arts invited the famous American couturier Philip Huliter from Palm Beach to design and design the sculpture garden. The 2.2-acre garden was opened to the public in 1980 and was named after Philip Huliter in 1988.
Calendar of events: https://www.fourarts.org/events/