An Official Path Through History attraction! Welcome to Brunel Sculpture Garden — former home of Emile Brunel, a French citizen who emigrated to America in 1904. Deeply enamored of Native American culture, Brunel constructed 14 unique concrete totem poles and sculptures to commemorate the indigenous peoples that first walked this land.
Brunel Sculpture Garden is a community cultural center, committed to celebrating, supporting, and preserving the tangible and intangible cultural assets and practices of the Native American people of our region, native and indigenous horticulture, and the photographic and visual arts.
You can learn more about the Garden on our website, where you can download the self-guided sculpture tour: https://www.brunelpark.org/plan-your-visit.
Please visit and like our FB page, Friends of Brunel Park. We also encourage you to follow our Instagram account @brunelsculpturegarden for the latest happenings and a peek at the garden through all four seasons!
As long as visitors follow the recommended safety protocols, limit the size of your group to 10, then together, we can make it work.
Brunel Park is a member of the New York State Digital Heritage Collection, a research portal for students, educators, historians, genealogists, and anyone else interested in the Empire State’s history.