From Atlantic City to the Liberty Science Center, New Jersey has something to do around almost every corner. However, if you’re looking for a new and creative adventure, our crew at Value Van and Car Rental recommends that you check out Grounds For Sculpture.

New Jersey Attractions

About Grounds For Sculpture

Grounds For Sculpture is a 42-acre park that celebrates modern art and beauty on the site of the former New Jersey State Fairgrounds. Opening to the public in 1992, Grounds For Sculpture features a variety of modern art installations that have brought life and culture to New Jersey residents and guests.

Today, you can expect to find

  • Rotating exhibits, including the outdoor collection of contemporary sculptures
  • 42 beautifully landscaped acres
  • Multiple indoor art galleries
  • Tours and events
  • Classes and community programs
  • And more

Note that Grounds For Sculpture offers only timed tickets for admission, meaning that you will have a specific date and time for which you can enter. This process is aimed to help minimize crowds and maximize your experience. However, we recommend that you purchase your tickets to time your visit in advance. Also, the park is closed on Mondays.

Getting There

If you’re traveling from the Newark, NJ, area, then plan on roughly an hour drive to Grounds For Sculpture in Hamilton, NJ. The route is pretty straightforward and makes a great day trip for residents and visitors of the Newark, NJ, or Union, NJ, areas. Plus, you can enjoy free parking once you get there.

To reserve a rental car for your trip, let our staff at Value Van help you out. If you’re traveling as a group, we have a wide selection of passenger vans, minivans, and more to get you there. For a family or personal outing, we also have a variety of smaller, affordable vehicles including compact cars and SUVs. And in case you really want to make a day out of it, check out our selection of luxury car rentals.

For more info or to book your car rental, contact Value Van today at (908) 851-9595.


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