Preserve Our Sanctuary
Every gift to the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens provides valuable resources for education, conservation of the rare palm and cycad gardens, preservation of Ann Norton’s home, art and archives, and our mission to enrich lives with nature, art and history. We look forward to welcoming you back through our garden gates. In the meantime your gift is the seed that keeps our Gardens growing and nurtures the world around us.
Support The Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens
- Magnificent two-acre urban sanctuary along the Intracoastal Waterway in West Palm Beach featuring one of the largest rare palm and cycad collections in Florida.
- Nine monumental sculptures by Ann Weaver Norton (1905-1982) showcased throughout the expansive gardens
- Nationally registered house and exhibition galleries with the artist studio displaying original works in bronze, cedar and plaster
- Over 15,000 Title One students served each year with twelve interactive cultural and educational programs
- More than 35,000 visitors from around the world annually
- Acclaimed special art exhibitions with guided tours by world renowned artists, curators, environmentalists and authors
- Exceptional private donor receptions throughout the season
- A memorable, one-of-a-kind venue for distinctive private events and life’s special occasions including wedding, birthday, anniversary and mitzvah celebrations
- Gracious luncheon service in a beautiful, al fresco courtyard
You can make a difference right now by making a donation to the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens!
Make a Donation to Promote the Legacy of Ann Weaver Norton
In 1977 Ann Weaver Norton had the foresight to establish a foundation: Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, Inc. Norton sought to preserve and conserve the historically significant home, artist studio, the sculpture gardens, and the architecture that comprise this unique national and local treasure. Ann lived and worked at 253 Barcelona Road, West Palm Beach for 34 years until the time of her death in 1982.