In north Jing’an, there is a family friendly park filled with sculptures year round.
The Jing’an Sculpture Park, located next to the Shanghai Natural History Museum, covers 60,000 square meters of land filled with art, rolling green areas, walkways and gardens.
The Jing’an Sculpture Park’s installations bring the worlds of nature and design together.
A number of installations are permanent pieces however there are others that are rotated throughout the year.
These rotating exhibits allow the park to see a number of influential international sculpture works by notable artists.
Some of the sculptures, such as the permanent “Red Beacon” by Belgian artist Arne Quinze, have won the Shanghai Five-Star Sculpture title.
The array of themed sculptures are clever, beautiful, and fun for all ages to experience.
The Jing’an Sculpture Park is a Shanghai must-see as well as provides a pleasant and playful ambiance for those who live in and are visiting the city to enjoy.