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Universal Museum Joanneum: Artwork by Yoko Ono
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Mainly, the sculptures are artworks by Austrian artists as Fritz Wotruba, Franz West, and Erwin Wurm. But one will also discover sculptures by internationally known sculptors, such as Nancy Rubins, Tobias Tehberger or Yoko Ono. The sculptures in the park harmoniously fit into the landscape. The collection consists of both abstract sculptures and everyday objects. And what is more, is that it constantly keeps growing.


Special guided tours and events regularly take place here.

Historical Information

The Austrian Sculpture Park was opened in 2003. It is located 7 km (4.35 mi) southwards from Graz.

The park was created by landscape architect Dieter Kienast and accommodates more than 60 sculptures distributed on an area larger than 7 ha (17.3 ac).

How to get there

By bus

The bus lines U630 and 671 operate daily. Both take you from the “Jakominiplatz” (engl. Jakomini square) directly to the Austrian Sculpture Park. The bus journey takes about 30 minutes.


By car

Take the motorway A9 and exit at Schachenwald. Free car parks are provided. 


Österreichischer Skulpturenpark
Thalerhofstraße 85
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