“walk into & through a work of art”
Located in downtown Columbus, The Topiary Park is open daily from sunrise to sunset. A seven-acre park in downtown Columbus, Ohio; The Topiary Park is most famous for its topiary interpretation of Georges Seurat’s famous Post-Impressionist painting A Sunday Afternoon on the Isle of La Grand Jatte. Visitors come from around the world to enjoy the unique experience of walking into and through a work of art. In addition to the topiary attraction, visitors will find beautifully landscaped walks, benches, picnic tables and a Visitors’ Center. Admission is free, and the park is wheelchair accessible.
Such a great park in the middle of the city.
So, I wouldn’t go out of my way for this park. There are few topiaries. However, if you need somewhere to take a short walk and stretch your legs it is a super nice clean small park to walk around and take a break.
No bathroom but it did have a porta potty right outside which was clean.
Nice park with a pond and ducks. The topiaries were fun to see with kids. Beautiful.
A lovely, quiet area with lots of green space and lovely topiaries. The metal plaque shows you the inspiration for the sculptures. As a Buckeye historic sign mentions, this park is also called “Deaf School Park” (https://www.columbus.gov/recreationandparks/parks/Topiary-Garden-(Deaf-School-Park)/)
Beautiful, well kept park in downtown Columbus. Great stop on our road trip to stretch our legs and get some great pictures.
It is a cute park but I wouldn’t go out my way to see it. It is an urban area we passed by quite a few group of people smoking weed in broad daylight right at the entrance of the park.
A must see in Columbus! I stopped by on my way out of town and wish I had more time. The park is peaceful and on a beautiful Spring day it doesn't get any better. A great place for a picnic and to feed the ducks.
This was really neat stop on our treck across Ohio. Easy to find. There was a pond full if ducks to feed it was a quirky little break on a long drive. A nice old man feeds the ducks eveyday and he suggested we have lunch in the German Village which was an awesome suprise! (and should be a poi on road trippers). All the roads were brick, there was a bratwurst restaurant and chocolate store. We had a nice little walk about and a geat lunch at the Mowhawk Pub.
Visited today with my thirteen year old daughter. The sign telling the history of the site is interesting. The setting is nice and quiet- off the beaten path. It's a nice city park. The topiary is interesting- not spectacular by any means. We put money in the meter for 16 minutes and we were there seven... Worth doing if you are in the neighborhood or you really, really love bushes manipulated into the shapes of people.
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The Topiary Park
- Sun - Sat: 7:00 am - 8:30 pm
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