Soaking up the Sunday sun in the Nirox Sculpture Park

Nestled in the manicured lawns of the NIROX Sculpture Park are some of South Africa’s most innovative sculptured words of art, expertly curated for a one-of-a-kind experience.


Located just 20km from Bryanston, in the Cradle of Humankind – a World Heritage Site, the NIROX Sculpture Park is the ideal way to simultaneously enjoy the beauty of nature and art in one sun-soaked Sunday.


A leisurely stroll through the expertly landscaped gardens unveils a combination of thought-provoking sculptures.


The intricate intertwining of the tree branches and colourful shades of Autumn leaves make the garden itself a work of art.


A chilled fruity beverage in one hand and camera in the other, one is free to roam the 20 hectare field with sculptures unfolding with every step.


Open on Sundays from 10:00, this is the perfect day-trip to dazzle on a first-date or give the kids a dose of culture while playing in the park.


With two on-site restaurants including a bountiful harvest table and locally made gin and beer, you will sip, step and smile away you Sunday afternoon in bliss.


For the best way to spend a Sunday in Jozi visit:

7bye for now


Published by Mikaela Oosthuizen

Instagram: @mikaelaoosthuizen Twitter: @smilemikaela Miss South Africa 2016 Finalist BA Media Communication and Culture student Miss SA Teen 2010 (youngest ever title holder and first from Port Elizabeth)

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