1763 Hamiltion-Cleves Road
State Route 128
Hamilton, Ohio 45013
Saturday, September 27 from 10am-6pm
Sunday, September 28 from 10am-5pm.
Admission to the Art Fair is only a $5 per vehicle.
For your EATing pleasure, your favorite ART venue is presenting a unique series of ten parties with 100% of the price you pay going to Pyramid Hill. Each event is donated by the host so you can eat, drink, and party for a great cause.
September 26th, party while you enjoy a priceless view from a Price Hill penthouse including fireworks over Great American Ball Park. Linda Holthaus and Richard Zinicola are your hosts.
October 4th, Barbara Wilks will host a harvest feast at her Hamilton loft featuring renowned sculptor, Margo Sawyer.
October 11th, Dr. and Mrs. Hodge invite you to an intimate dinner at Miami University’s president’s residence, Lewis House, celebrating its 175 anniversary.
October 12th, Penny Brooks will help you create art you can use. Eat, drink, and paint a piece of furniture. Stay for a farm-style dinner at her Art Barn.
October 18th, Trudy and Steve Marcum are opening their home for drinks and an Oktoberfest feast prepared by their son, Chef Matthew Marcum.
October 25th, the Antiquities Museum will be the perfect venue for an elegant, gourmet dinner with wine pairings. Hosts are the Holzbergers, Kornylaks, Mosers, Groths, Ruth Maurer and Gerry Hammond.
October 30th is an opportunity to eat, drink, and learn at Jungle Jim’s Cooking School in addition to viewing an exhibition of Marie Bonamineo’s paintings, fifty years in the making.
November 1st Joshua Smith will have craft beers cold, wine poured, and the fixings ready for you to create your own pizza masterpiece.
November 7th SOLD OUT Dianne and Woody Fitton are throwing a big, fat Greek party, complete with music and surprise entertainment.
November 9th is the grand finale. It’s a Southern brunch with a California twist cooked in the German Village home of Mitchell Willis and Jon Yslas.
These venues will fill up fast, so event chairs Jackie Groth, Honi Cohen, and Sherry Armstead urge you to call Rick at 513-868-8336 and make your reservations right away. Reservations will be taken on a first come, first served basis. EAT, drink, and party FOR ART.
Ancient Sculpture Museum
A newer addition to Pyramid Hill, the Ancient Sculpture Museum, allows you to travel back in time and visit the Roman, Greek, Etruscan and Egyptian Empires. The Ancient Sculpture Museum houses over 60 pieces of sculpture where each piece is over a thousand years old.
Open Year Round (Winter Months Weather Permitting)
The entrance to the park is between 8am-5pm Daily
You must arrive by 5pm to enter the park. You must be out of the park no later then 7:30pm.
ANCIENT SCULPTURE MUSEUM HOURS
Regular park admission is charged per person for the day during normal operating hours and covers the cost of both admissions to the park and the museum.