The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens are hosting their annual Easter egg hunt this Saturday at 10 AM, the hunt begins at 10:15 AM so make sure you bring your kid on time!
Children and their families are invited to look around the two acres of lush palms and native plants, along the garden trails and among the sculptures for brightly colored eggs to fill their baskets. After the Easter Egg Hunt children can take a picture with the Easter Bunny and cool down with refreshments.
The event is complementary to ANSG Family Member levels and above. Admission fee for non-members: $15 Adult, $10 Seniors (62 and above), $7 all Children.
Children will be divided into three age groups:
3 and under
4 – 6 years old
7 – 10 years old
When: Saturday, April 20, from 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Where: The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens - 253 Barcelona Rd, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 United States
About The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens comprise the former residence of sculptor Ann Weaver Norton (1905 -1982), the widow of Ralph Hubbard Norton. The house is listed in the National Register of Historic Places, and the two acre property, featuring a collection of 250 species of tropical palms, lies near downtown West Palm Beach on the Intracoastal Waterway.
Displayed throughout the house, studio and gardens are more than 100 works by the artist, including nine monumental sculptures, eight in brick and one in granite. The Gardens were designed by Ann Norton and Sir Peter Smithers. The largest tract of garden containing the great brick sculptures is designed in a natural, unmanicured style. The experience of coming across Norton’s mysterious monoliths as surprises in their lush green jungle-like setting is akin to discovering another world.