Guided Tours

 

Free Tours


Each Tuesday at 10:00 am in July and August the Haliburton Sculpture Forest offers free guided tours of the Haliburton Sculpture Forest. Meet at the information kiosk in the parking lot of Fleming College, Haliburton Campus. Wear comfortable walking shoes. Tours are held rain or shine. The tour takes approximately 1 ½ hours. There is no fee but donations are welcome.

 

Each Wednesday at 12:10 pm in July and August we offer a shorter 40 minute “Curator’s Selection

Tour”.

 


New this year is the family tour. Enjoy an hour and a half, from 10 am-11:30 on Thursdays, together as a family as you are guided on a themed tour. This tour is suitable for all ages and takes breaks for games related to the tour! 

Guided Tours for Groups


The Haliburton Sculpture Forest provides guided tours for groups. The fee is $100 for groups up to 20 with an additional cost of $5.00 per person for any number over twenty.

 

Please call 705-457-3555 or e-mail to make arrangements for a tour.

 

A full tour takes approximately 1 - 1 ½ hours and includes a tour guide who will provide you with background on the artists, the sculptures and the Sculpture Forest. There are public washrooms and a café (open on weekdays) in the Fleming College campus adjacent to the Sculpture Forest.

 

Tours for School Groups


We are pleased to provide tours for school groups of any age. We will tailor the tour to match the age of the students and when possible specific curriculum interests.

 

Specialized tours include:

Mythology and the Sculpture Forest

Fables, Folklore and the Sculpture Forest

 

Please call 705-457-3555 or e-mail to make arrangements for a tour and to discuss the details.

 

How to get to Fleming College, Haliburton Campus: 


Take Industrial Park Road off of CTY Road 21 (just west of the Village of Haliburton). Follow Industrial Park Rd to College Drive. Turn right on College Drive. The College is at the end of the road.

297 College Drive
Haliburton, ON K0M 1S0
Tel: (705) 457-3555

info@haliburtonsculptureforest.ca

© 2016 Haliburton Sculpture Forest. All images © 2016 Kristy L. Bourgeois, Youkie Stagg, Angus Sullivan, Noelle Dupret Smith