Tickets for this popular tour will sell out quickly! Located in the heart of Sonoma County, the Oliver Ranch is a picturesque 100-acre property home to 18 remarkable site-specific installations by 20 award-winning artists spanning 35 years. Together these artists have transformed the ranch into a unique, one-of-a-kind outdoor museum that is harmonious with the surrounding environment. (See OliverRanchFoundation.org)
This is a 2-3 hour hike that covers 2.5 miles of rugged terrain. It can be a little strenuous in a couple of spots. Those on the tour will need to be able to hike up and down hills. Weather will also be a factor, and paths can be slippery in some areas.
This tour is not appropriate for everyone. Good walking shoes are recommended; no sandals or heels. We do not recommend it for anyone with mobility issues, as the site is not ADA compliant. Also, there are no bathrooms available for use on site.
Tours will take place following the current Covid-19 health and safety guidelines in effect at the time of our scheduled visit.
Parking will be sharply limited to a few predesignated vehicles; six volunteer car-pool drivers are needed. Late arrivals will not be admitted by the Ranch.
This is a fund-raising event: The Oliver Ranch graciously donates the proceeds back to Pacific Rim Sculptors for its programming.
THERE ARE NO REFUNDS: In the event you cannot attend, your ticket payment(s) will be considered a donation to PRS. However, you may find someone to substitute for you as your paid guest.