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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the Museum of Outdoor Arts? Where is it located and what does the organization offer for its patrons?

  • The Museum of Outdoor Arts is a private operating foundation 501c3 non-profit organization and maintains a collection of outdoor art at various locations in Greenwood Village and Englewood. Some of the art is installed in publicly accessible areas. Most of our collection is housed at our private sculpture park, Marjorie Park. In total, there are over 90 outdoor pieces on view. Marjorie Park is only open during events, scheduled tours and by appointment. This park also is connected to Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre and is accessible to all ticket holders during concerts. We also have art located in public spaces around Fiddler’s Green Circle adjacent to Marjorie Park, some sculpture is placed on a temporary basis, while other sculpture is permanent. We also maintain a few sculptures in Greenwood Village’s Westlands Park and in front of Club Greenwood. Finally, we have about 30 artworks in public places located at the City of Englewood. Most of this art is located in and around the Englewood Civic Center and the business district on S. Broadway between Yale and Hampden.
  • MOA programs several seasonal events at Marjorie Park, primarily between May and October. Visit our events page to learn about what we have coming up. We also provide tours of the art collection at Marjorie Park and Fiddler’s Green.
  • MOA’s primary eduction program outside of its permanent collection and any temporary installation  is Design and Build. We encourage you to explore our website to learn more about other programs and offerings.
  • Below are more answers to frequently asked questions, but please contact us if you cannot locate the information you are looking for.

When is MOA open?

  • Englewood Outdoor Sculpture: The outdoor sculpture collection is accessible at all hours, every day of the year, as the artworks are placed in public spaces. There are a few pieces located inside the Englewood Civic Center, which are accessible during building hours only.
  • Marjorie Park in Greenwood Village: This is our headquarters location, which house our offices. The park is open during events and by appointment only. The park is accessible on Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre concert dates to all ticket holders after the facility doors are open for the concert.

Where Do I park?

  • There is free street and lot parking near Marjorie Park. The park and Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre are also accessible via the Arapahoe Light Rail Station. There is limited free public street parking during Fiddler’s Green concerts, and there is ample paid parking during concerts in area lots.
  • Englewood location: There is free parking on the streets and garage south of the Englewood Civic Center. The Museum of Outdoor Arts outdoor sculpture collection is also accessible via the Englewood Light Rail Station.

How Long does it take to view the outdoor sculpture collection?

  • Plan on 30 minutes to an hour to visit and enjoy our collection in Englewood or Greenwood Village. To see all of MOA’s sculptures in its various locations, plan for at least 3-4 hours.

How much does admission cost?

  • Cost varies depending on the event at Marjorie Park. Park tours are offered by scheduling in advance for $10 per person. Park self-guided tours are $5 per person.
  • There is no fee or admission for a self-guided tour of our outdoor collection in public places (Englewood and sculpture located in Greenwood Village outside of Marjorie Park). If you or your group would like a guided tour outside of Marjorie Park, please contact us to make an appointment and for group rates.

What are the group rates?

  • We are happy to host private tours for groups. Please see our tour page for more information.

Do You Offer discounts?

  • We sometimes offer seasonal or special discounts. Signup for our monthly newsletter at the bottom of any page on our website and follow our Facebook page and Instagram page for special offers. MOA members also receive discounted rates and special deals.

Can I bring food/drink?

  • You may picnic in our outdoor spaces in Englewood.
  • Special events at Marjorie Park will specify whether or not you may bring food and drink. Alcohol is never allowed within Marjorie Park, but may be purchased at most events.

Do you have a cafe?

  • There is not a cafe in the building, however there is Nixon’s Coffee House within walking distance of the Englewood Civic Center.
  • There is Mangia Bevi Cafe near Marjorie Park and Fiddler’s Green. Concessions are available during concerts. Most Marjorie Park events have some type of food offering (food trucks, concessions etc.).

Is photography allowed?

  • Photos are allowed. Don’t forget to tag us @outdoorarts.

Does your building have elevators?

  • Both the south and north entrances of the Englewood Civic Center have elevators for your convenience.
  • Marjorie Park is ADA accessible.

Are wheelchairs available?

  • We do not rent or have wheelchairs on hand.

Are strollers allowed?

  • Strollers are allowed in our outdoor spaces.

Do you have lockers for visitors to use?

  • We do not have lockers and require that large bags be stored in your car or left at home.

Are pets allowed at the Museum?

  • Only leashed service animals are allowed in Marjorie Park.
  • Pets are subject to local rule in areas where our art is located in public places (i.e. City of Englewood and Greenwood Village).

Is Marjorie Park available to rent for a private event?

How do I show my art at MOA?

  • Since closing our indoor galleries, MOA only offers outdoor exhibition opportunities by artist call or invitation only.

What is the connection of MOA to Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre?

  • MOA owns Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre and operates it in partnership with tenant AEG Live. The land was originally donated to MOA by our founder, John W. Madden Jr., after holding several arts events on the property, the venue was formalized as a dedicated music venue in the mid 1980s under MCA Records and has operated as the largest dedicated outdoor music venue in Colorado since.