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The garden is located at 36 Park Road in Windsor, Vermont. Take I-91 to Exit 9 then go South on Route 5 for 1 mile. Or you can call (802) 674-9933 and we will talk you in!


The Path of Life is a public sculpture garden in Windsor, Vermont that tells the story of the great circle of life. The garden is a great destination for families looking for fun things to do around Quechee, Woodstock, and Hanover. Eighteen works of art symbolize the journey from birth to death and beyond. The garden is located next to the Harpoon Brewery, Simon Pearce Glass Factory, and Great River Outfitters.

The Garden is a fun destination for families visiting Vermont. Kids love running through the 800 tree hemlock maze, "performing" with the driftwood band, and skipping through the stone labyrinth. Grandparents love bringing their grandchildren back year after year to see what is new and what has stayed the same.

More than anything else, the Path of Life is a place for reflection and appreciation.

18 Works of Art

Birth ~ Adventure ~ Hill of Learning ~ Tree of Wisdom ~ Hope ~ Creativity ~ Union ~ Family ~ Community ~ Solitude ~ Ambition ~ Sorrow ~ Forgiveness ~ Joy ~ Respite ~ Contemplation ~ Death ~ Rebirth


Other Information

The Path of Life is open year round, from dawn to dusk for self-guided tours. Admission fee: call (802) 674-9933 for details.

Trail Manager

Visit Path of Life Garden online for more information or contact:

Path of Life Garden
36 Park Road
Windsor, VT 05089
Phone: (802) 674-9933


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