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1763 Hamiltion-Cleves Road
State Route 128
Hamilton, Ohio 45013

1763 Hamilton Cleves Road
Hamilton, Ohio 45013


"Art Cart---What a Way To Go!"
Why not rent an "Art Cart" on your next visit to the park. We now have several newly painted Art Carts ready to take visitors right up to most of the sculptures.  It's the best way to experience Pyramid Hill, especially for those who have trouble walking.  
Need Help Planning a Wedding....?
Plenty of caterers, DJs, photographers and more have already been approved to work at Pyramid Hill! Check out the list below for ideas or feel free to suggest someone new.

Lady Belgium Chocolate
Tastefully Simple  
Carillon Catering 
Troy's Cafe & Catering 
Pampered Chef~Tonya Mull
Sweethearts DJ & Karaoke   
Dan the DJ Man
C & C Music   
Look Photography  
Beach Photography    
Estes Images            
Weddings by DeZine    
Great Miami Event Center       
Bride and Groom Planner     
Pure Romance by Shonda           
Arbonne~Shelly Snyder  
MW Tux
Arrangements by Jones The Florist
Unique Designs~Erinn Lawson
Connie Duglin Linens        
You're On It!
Watch Us, Inc.
Mary Kay~Nicole Kobman
Papercuts Essentials
Vista Limousine

Interview With Park Founder Harry Wilks

Park founder Harry T. Wilks gave an excellent interview with The Cultural Landscape Foundation. The foundation is the only not-for-profit (501c3) foundation in America dedicated to increasing the public's awareness and understanding of the importance and irreplaceable legacy of its cultural landscapes.

He discusses the motivations for the development of Pyramid Hill as well as his appreciation for the land itself.

CLICK HERE to read the full interview on The Cultural Landscape Foundation website.

New Park Entrance
With the purchase of an additional seventy acres, Pyramid Hill has opened a new entrance to the park complete with a  massive new sculpture by sculptor John Henry, which park visitors will drive through as they enter the park.  The new entrance is less hilly than the previous entrance.