We have made the decision to remain open through the winter months – this is going to be a learning curve for us, so please be patient and provide any feedback you may have. Visitors are still able to enter the park during the week while our driveway is free of snow. When the snow starts (and we know it will!) we will plow our driveway and parking lot on Friday’s and encourage visitors to snow shoe and cross-country ski through the lower half of the Sculpture Park.
Please see below map outlining route that you may enjoy.
We will also move our ticketing to our online ticketing systems VIA Venmo and Paypal:
We hope that Griffis Sculpture Park continues brings you joy and comfort during these challenging times.
We think that during this time it is important to remain connected digitally. If you are planning on taking advantage of the outdoors please share pictures with us through our social media!
Can’t make it out to see us – hopefully this fantastic drone footage provided by Enchanted Mountains will tide you over:
Did you also know that Griffis Sculpture Park has two main entrances? Our main entrance can be found at 6902 Mill Valley Road, East Otto, NY 14213 and our other site can be found on Rohr Hill Road off of the 219. Our Rohr Hill site is great for those of you who want to see a large part of the collection from your vehicle – please see the image below:
Rhor Hill Site Location
From Buffalo take the I-90 South
Use left 2 lanes to take exit 54-61 to merge onto I-90 W towards Erie
Keep right at the fork to continue on US-219 S, follow signs for Orchard Park/Springville
Turn right onto Ahrens Road
Keep left at the fork onto Rohr Hill Road
Parking will be on the right hand side
We are in this together!
The Ashford Hollow Foundation