Johannesburg

Nirox Sculpture Park

  24 Kromdraai Rd, Krugersdorp      +27 82 854 6963     11 Jan 2021
This exceptional park is set in 15 magnificent hectares that form part of an extensive nature reserve in the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site. It is run by the Nirox Foundation who offer an international artists residency programme and organise an annual sculpture fair that is held in the park in May. Every year the sculptures remain on display in the park, making this a popular place to visit for both nature and art lovers.

The park is open on weekends for visitors and occasionally hosts weekend summer concerts and festivals, which you can find out more about online at NiroxArts.com.

Note that it is strictly prohibited to bring any of your own food or drinks into the park and pets are not allowed. Lunch is available at the Nirox Sculpture Park restaurant, And then there was fire. Describing itself as a 'tapas cafe and farm table', the restaurant is the work of Bernardo (co-founder of Che Argentinian Grill) and Manuela, and presents a focus on flame-grilled dishes. Reservations for And there was fire are highly recommended as space is limited, book online here. 

The Nirox Sculpture Park is open Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10:00-16:00, entrance costs R120. 
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niroxfoundation@vodamail.co.za

Open

he Nirox Sculpture Park is open Saturday, Sunday and public holidays from 10:00-16:00

Price/Additional Info

Entrance costs R120

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