By Marina Fraire
April 4, 2019
[Clermont], Ky. —
With students out of school for spring break and great weather on Wednesday, Bernheim Forest saw a massive influx in visitors – this resulted in the nature preserve stopping new visitors from entering.
Bernheim Forest officials posted on their Facebook page that the area experienced a “high volume of visitors” and encouraged people to come back at a later time.
Just one hour after the original post, officials posted announcing they are accepting visitors. They also provided recommended visiting hours for the remainder of spring break.
A main draw is an installation featuring giant sculptures by renowned Danish artist Thomas Dambo. The larger than-life sculptures are made from recycled and reused materials. The giants are expected to live at Bernheim for three years.
For help finding where the giants are, stop by the visitors center.