There is something special to see in our own backyard! The renowned sculpture park at PepsiCo’s world headquarters in Purchase, NY has reopened after the facility underwent a three-year makeover. Before its closure at the end of 2012, the sculpture garden at the Anderson Hill Road property attracted more than 100,000 visitors annually on a drop-in basis.
“Donald M. Kendall, former chairman of the board and CEO, conceived the gardens which bear his name. He imagined an atmosphere of stability and creativity. The sculpture collection was started in 1965 and consists of works by major twentieth century artists. Russell Page, the internationally famous garden designer, cultivated the corporate grounds into an arboretum transforming the gardens into a work of art. The sculptures and gardens exist in harmony on a carefully maintained landscape.”

PepsiCo is proud to share their corporate grounds with our community. Individuals are welcome to enjoy the gardens and sculptures on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am to 4 pm. For more information including a site map, please visit http://www.pepsico.com/sculpture-gardens

Sculpture Garden Rules:
To ensure the safety of employees and visitors and to protect both the landscape and the art collection, we ask that everyone who visits observes the following rules:
• Refrain from touching the art.
• Sunbathing or playing sports is not permitted.
• No pets, including leashed dogs.
• Refrain from feeding the birds and fish.
• No smoking.
• All wheeled or motorized equipment such as bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, Segways, scooters or hover boards are prohibited.
• Stay on internal paths and respect all barriers, flags and fencing.
• Visitors must adhere to all other posted rules, regulations, waivers, & signs.
GreenwichMoms.com Tip: Bring a Picnic… there are 5 picnic tables where you may sit and eat!

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