November 22, 2012 -January 1 2013, every night including holidays.
Hours and admission: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Friday and Saturday
Holiday Lights has been a must see at the park for thirteen years running. Hundreds of light displays are pulled from storage every year to make this winter wonderland. A family favorite at the park “Candy Cane Lane,” is a quarter mile stretch of road lined with twelve-foot tall candy canes.Skaters and swans glide along the park’s lakes and tunnels of lights grace the park’s paths.Each year new ideas are explored, so there is something new for everyone to see. Over two million lights create the spectacular light displays that run through the park.Visitors drive through a magical world and are amazed as the park’s monumental sculptures glow among the lights.
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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.
Park founder and acting
director Harry T. Wilks recently 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.
Pyramid Hill Celebrates 15 years 2012 marks Pyramid Hill's 15th anniversary of operation. To celebrate there will be more activities and events then ever before at the park. On April 13th we will have an official opening of the Pyramid Hill History exhibit. The exhibit will be on display through the summer but the opening party is going to be the most fun! The party will be at the Ancient Sculpture Museum and several professional bakers will design sculptural anniversary cakes to put on display. Jim Borgman has even designed a new poster for Pyramid Hill to honor the occasion. There will be music, drinks, snacks, and a surprise performer, everyone is welcome and admission is only $15.
Other events planned in the upcoming year include Earth Day
celebration on April 22nd, Arbor Day dogwood planting on April 27th,
and Slow Art Day on April 28th.
Summer will be the most eventful time of year for Pyramid
Hill! We’ll be having our usual Kid’s Series and Concert Series, our Second
Annual Dog Dayz with “Big Dogs”
sculpture exhibition, Fishing Derby, Kooky Cocktails fireworks, after hours
events at the park on every Third Thursday, and an exhibition by local art collaborative
Thin Air Studio.
If you have any questions about park events contact us at
Photographers of all ages are invited to enter the Pyramid Hill "Visions" photo competition. Any photographs taken at the park are eligible. Matted or framed photos must be submitted by Aug 30, and can be dropped off at the Pyramid Hill Visitors Center. The judged photo show will open Friday October 12th and winners will be announced then. There is a $10 registration fee for the contest.
Cal (513)868-1234 for more information and to register
Arbor Day at Pyramid Hill Join us at the park on Friday, April 26 as we celebrate Arbor Day with a special ceremony including a proclamation by Hamilton Mayor Pat Moeller, performances by area schoolchildren, and of course planting a tree!
The Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park Bench Competition is an important factor in the development of the park. Like any museum, there is a need for seating. We are seeking unique, creatively designed sculptural benches that stimulate the senses while offering a unique and fascinating place to take a break or contemplate the view. Bench materials may vary and must be capable of withstanding Midwestern seasonal changes and weather conditions. Your bench must be designed primarily with aesthetics in mind, but also consider utility. It must comfortably and safely seat one or more persons and must not hold standing water.
We welcome your submissions. Please contact us for an entry form.