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Rodin Sculpture Garden

The Thinker by Rodin - The Gates of Hell

Cantor Arts Center
at Stanford University
328 Lomita Drive & Museum Way, off Palm Drive
Stanford, near Palo Alto

Rodin Sculpture Garden
The Rodin Sculpture Garden features an outstanding collection of 20 bronzes by Auguste Rodin, including The Gates of Hell, Walking Man, Meditation with Arms, and Adam and Eve (photo below).

Rodin's Gates of Hell, and Adam and Eve sculptures

Additional Rodin sculptures — including a smaller version of The Kiss — are also on display inside the Galleries.

The Cantor Arts Center — adjacent to the Sculpture Garden — houses a diverse collection of Art, Sculpture, Photography, and Exhibits, including collections from Egypt, Europe, Africa and Asia, plus changing exhibitions — Native American Art.

Sculpture Garden Hours
Open daily.
Free Admission.

Free Guided Tours
Free Guided Tours are available
Sat 11:30am and Sun 3pm.
Rain or shine. Meet in the Main Lobby.

Limited pay parking is available in front of the Center on Lomita Drive and in the parking structure at Roth Way and Campus Drive. Parking in most areas is free after 4pm and on weekends.


Fun Event Locations
The Rodin Rotunda and Rodin's Sculpture Garden are both available for Private Corporate Events.

Rodin Rotunda
Host an Elegant Lunch or Dinner inside Rodin's Rotunda — featuring The Kiss (photo below). The Rotunda can accommodate up to 30 people.

The Kiss in Rodin's  Rotunda

Rotunda & Sculpture Garden
If the Rotunda is used in combination with Rodin's
Sculpture Garden, the areas
can accommodate 60-1000
people for a reception and
30-300 for a more formal
sit-down event.

Rodin's Sculpture Garden

Cool Cafe
Cool Cafe — located adjacent to Rodin's Sculpture Garden, it's ideal for casual Business Lunch Meetings.

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Rodin's Sculpture Garden

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