Stockade Labyrinth Sculpture Tour
David Barr’s Stockade Labyrith is a highlight of any hike through the Art Park. This tour will take a deep dive into the countless details contained in the installation, each of which is related to particular components in Michigan history. Led by MLAP Special Projects Manager, Troy DeShano.
WHEN TO ARRIVE
Tour begins promptly at 2:30 p.m. and takes about 1.5 hours.
WHAT TO EXPECT
The hike covers 2 miles of rustic hilly trails through our 30-acre forest preserve. You’ll see and learn about native wildflowers along the way and see scenic vistas and up to 50 works of art in the permanent collection and temporary exhibits.
Free parking is available at the Art Park entrance with additional parking on Mountain Woods Drive, adjacent to the park or at any public Crystal Mountain lot.
ABOUT OUR ART PARK
Michigan Legacy Art Park is a nonprofit arts organization founded by internationally acclaimed artist David Barr in 1995 to enrich lives through experiences that connect art, nature, and Michigan’s history.
Contemporary Art comes to life in the park’s permanent collection of almost 50 works, located in the midst of a 30-acre forest preserve. The Art Park hosts thousands of visitors and students each year, features miles of trails, world-class concerts outdoors, art and nature workshops, and extensive education programs. It is open every day of the year.