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Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden

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Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden

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LAO wrote a review 03 Jan
Somerset West, South Africa31 contributions14 helpful votes
Dylan Lewis is superbly talented. A genius in his depiction of shape shifting. The gardens are his finest piece of work. My 6th visit and depending on what time of the day I explore the gardens, I see and experience something new each time. Well worth visiting but one must prebook.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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lutherv2018 wrote a review Nov 2020
Johannesburg, South Africa3 contributions
A wonderful morning out with magnificent sculptures in natural surrounds. Beautifully manicured gardens and friendly staff.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Grietdup wrote a review Oct 2020
Stellenbosch, South Africa23 contributions11 helpful votes
I can only be angry with myself for not visiting sooner. The experience of seeing such majestic art in the loveliest of indigenous gardens cannot be matched easily. Looking forward to go back again.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Crazyredpepper wrote a review Jul 2020
Plattekloof, South Africa581 contributions63 helpful votes
You can not describe in words what you experience when you visit this garden. You step into a different world and leave everything behind for a few hours. I totally reconnected with nature. The sound of glowing water, the birds twitters, the abundance of insect life... The kids loved the skipping stones. The staff are so passionate and enthusiastic and loved to talk about the garden and sculptures. I have a feeling that I will be visiting quite often. The different seasons will change the garden in ways that I can only imagine.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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ron_cameron7 wrote a review Mar 2020
Nairn, United Kingdom43 contributions17 helpful votes
This was our first visit and you need to book in advance. This is primarily so they can control numbers in the garden and ensure maximum enjoyment. It was a very hot morning when we went but the garden provided constant cold water at their reception area and small bamboo parasols for sun shade. The staff were friendly and accommodating and spent time explaining the garden map and routes to follow. The extent of the sculptures and garden were far greater than we had imagined. The sculptures were grouped together in different areas eg big cats, birds, African animals, leopards, human and shamanic figures et al. The sculptures are magnificent and framed perfectly by an amazing garden. We spent about 2 hours there and could easily have stayed twice as long. You don’t have to be an artist sculptor or horticulturist to appreciate the beauty that Dylan Lewis has created here. It far exceeded our expectations. My only disappointment was that this was our first visit having been coming to the Western Cape since 2013. We will certainly return.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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