Highlighting global environmental concerns, Hikulagi Sculpture Park showcases a variety of artwork from local and international artists that highlight the ideas of pollution, climate change, and human co-existence. The park is located within a natural rainforest, with visitors encouraged to interact and even contribute to the sculptures. The pieces are primarily made of recycled and discarded objects, showing how one man’s trash can be used as an artistic medium. Although small, the park promotes a concept with international relevance. Make Hikulagi Sculpture Park a centerpiece of your Alofi vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Alofi online trip builder.
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We were looking for somewhere to stop for our picnic, this place had the picnic bench and the sculptures were really interesting and quirky so worth a visit. more »
We stopped by here, while driving around the ring road of Niue. Its a small park, show casing a range of quite creative piece of art using scrap pieces. Great Idea behind the set up, worth a look. more »
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