Sapporo Art Park

Sapporo Art Park

Located in a 40-hectare forest, Sapporo Art Park is a place of art and creativity that invigorates all five senses.

Sapporo Art Park is an art complex featuring a museum, art studio, outdoor stage, and music practice rooms. The Sapporo Art Park Museum holds various exhibitions and the Outdoor Museum allows visitors to enjoy art as they experience the various seasons. There are also various craft studios, such as those for woodworking and glassmaking, in the forest where visitors can experience craft making in various forms of media. There are also places to practice theatrical acting and music, as well as facilities for overnight stays. Sapporo Art Park is not just a place to observe art, but also a place to create art. Park’s buffet-style restaurant “Gochisou Kitchen Hatake-no-haru” and café reopened in the spring of 2013. It’s a great place to stimulate one’s creativity and curiosity.

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Sapporo Art Park

Address
Geijyutsu-no-Mori 2-chome 75, Minami-ku, Sapporo
Open
9:45 - 17:00

*Open everyday April 28 - November 4

*Opening hours vary by season
Closed
April 29 – Beginning of November 3: No closing days
November 4 – April 28: Monday (If Monday is a national holiday, open on Monday, closed on Tuesday)
Year-end through New Year holidays
Fee
Admission fees vary by exhibition
Parking
Available; ¥500
Telephone
011-592-5111
Website
http://www.artpark.or.jp.e.mq.hp.transer.com/
Access
From Makomanai Station on the Subway Namboku Line, take the Chuo Bus (Soranuma Line/Takino Line) and get off at "Geijutsu no mori iriguchi" or "Geijutsu no mori center" bus stops
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